The Birth of a Foal

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      Holly is now up and trying to find milk.

 

                

Still very wet and only an hour old, she has managed to find out  where to go for a drink.

 

        

Not looking too impressed with the outside world.

               

                   

 2 1/2 hour after the birth and Holly is completely dry.

           

            
   Holly is a bit shy, but a beautiful little girl.

           

                        
3 hours after Holly was born, she is  happy and content.  Time for a nap.

 

           

 

             

                        

                  At 1 Month Old                                 At 3 Years Old

 

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