A guide to ID’ing the sisters
|November 14, 2017||Posted by Melinda under Uncategorized|
5 easy steps to telling the sisters apart.
- Does it look like a Giraffe when it moves?
While ML is blessed with a natural uphill movement, Farley prefers the inverted dramatic look at liberty.
2. Does it look like it got in the way of a paint sprayer?
I am SHOCKED at how many people can’t see the white on ML. Farley has a single point of white on her forehead – a star.
ML has a light spray of grey on her face that looks like a trick of the light in photos, as well as white haired scars down her back from being attacked by a different horse when she was young. Looks like an errant paint sprayer.
3. Is it running towards you or away from you?
Typical pic of Farley:
Typical pic of ML:
4. Did it finish the mash, lick the pan clean, and glare at you for more?
Piglet, thy name is Farley
PS – Farley “the teenage mom” in the below picture is about the same age as ML is now! (The colt last I heard is doing great and belongs to a vet student who should be out of vet school by now, who has knew him since he was born. )
If that fatty pony up top went on to be an awesome endurance horse, there’s hope for the second one right????