Kinnskjóna

Kinna was a bit of an impulse buy. I saw this sad little creature in an advert someone on a forum had posted with a "wish it was nearer, feel sorry for it" sort of comment, and I stupidly had to take a look. This is the picture from her advert
She looked so sad, when I realised she was in Tonneins, only about 75kms away, I just had to go and take a look. She was scared but at the same time curious and not at all bothered by the SNO so I arranged to take her home.
I got my Percheron breeder friend to collect her in his little lorry, she went in fine and travelled quietly, although I suspect that was mainly due to being terrified by the speed he was driving at,  I know I was! And when she got here, Sky was happy to have a friend.......
So we have had her from the age of six months and recently Ali has got on board, she's come a long way from the skinny little scrap she was!
 
 
I am hoping she'll fill out a bit more, her mother wasn't too tiny:
 
 but I have no idea about her sire, or her breeding.....and her colour? Snowcap, apparently, which means she is homozygous for the Lepoard gene.
 

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