SATURDAY IS PHOBLOG DAY!






Today is the first day of Summer (almost).

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Photographer Wieselblitz.

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A champion sheep! I wonder what kind?

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How cute is that?!

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Ha!

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Too cute! (She was adopted.)

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Impressive!

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So you see the painted hands?

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I guess I should have saved this for Halloween …

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Sweet.

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Wow! Great idea.

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Mother Hen.

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Paris brings it out…

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Mother love.

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Does anyone know why they shaved this baby’s head? Is it for show?


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3 comments have been posted...

  1. Bonnie

    Arabian breeders want to show the refinement of the facial bones, baby fuz on the face and neck are removed to accent the refinement. For photo shoots normally.
    I suppose it is good because if done in an easy environment, then the horse would never be afraid of clippers. maybe

  2. Sonya

    This is an Arabian mare, I think. In this case the clipping shows several aspects of foals to potential buyers. The main things are facial features (e.g. the nose “dish”) and what color the foal is likely to be once the coat is shed out.

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