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  • #21
    We had a white paint horse. You absolutely have to have a CoolMax sheet, which is designed to keep the horse cool and protect from sunburn. She needs to wear a fly mask with nose at ALL TIMES, unless you're there at night to take it off and put it back the next morning. While you are riding, EVERY day in summer you an use human sunblock on her. Even if she has dark skin on her nose, It's very important if she has blue eyes to keep the fly mask on, as she can get cancer around her eyes and go blind from the sun.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by soultraincoonhounds View Post
      Guys I measure Shiloh today.... She is considered a pony haha! right at 54 inches tall . And my other mare is pushing being a pony at 59 inches tall I never knew that a pony could be so... tall. Click image for larger version  Name:	20180911_191939.jpg Views:	1 Size:	18.0 KB ID:	10232007
      Love the big spot of color. Is she pregnant? Or is it an optical illusion?
      I have my tb mare at a barn where they breed paint horses. QT Poco Streke was there until he passed Now they have a stud that looks gold color, with no white on his body but is a paint, and guaranteed to throw a buckskin or bay paint, I think. He is homozygous for tobiano, black, cream, and is aa at agouti. (Not sure how the genetics work...)The babies are gorgeous.

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      My dream is a Paint Tb. I drool over Southern Phantom.
      Last edited by jetsmom; Sep. 28, 2018, 02:36 AM.

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      • #23
        Love my paint who is almost all white. She has two blue eyes and I keep her cover all the time. We have had loads of fly sheets, all different brands, and they will rip first if something happens. I can also normally fix them at home on the sewing machine. She always has a fly mask. When I first got her I bought horse sunscreen. It was very thick. After that I got human stuff, though I will say if it's at all wet the horse stuff stays on a lot better.
        Good luck with you paint, mine is one of the most intelligent horses I know and must be locked out of the treats since she learned how to open the tack trunk and the treat container.

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          #24
          Originally posted by jetsmom View Post

          Love the big spot of color. Is she pregnant? Or is it an optical illusion?
          I have my tb mare at a barn where they breed paint horses. QT Poco Streke was there until he passed Now they have a stud that looks gold color, with no white on his body but is a paint, and guaranteed to throw a buckskin or bay paint, I think. He is homozygous for tobiano, black, cream, and is aa at agouti. (Not sure how the genetics work...)The babies are gorgeous.

          https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbi...ce=43&refid=56

          https://m.facebook.com/maureen.chris...ce=43&refid=56

          https://m.facebook.com/photo.php?fbi...ce=43&refid=56

          My dream is a Paint Tb. I drool over Southern Phantom.
          She isn't pregnant. Alot of the horses in the pasture seem to look like it. Maybe it's just all of the grass bellies.

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