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Date Posted: 18:36:12 11/18/09 Wed
Author: DH
Subject: how tall at 16mo
In reply to: Jen 's message, "How big should he be at 16mos?" on 12:39:33 11/06/09 Fri

Varies. They grow until 5. Mine was 14H but is now ov er 16H. Gained abt 1 lb a day then it tapered off at abt 4yr to less and less

>I have a Teade son out of a Thomas mare, born 6.24.08.
>I got him in June of this year. He is my first
>Friesian, and only my 3rd horse. I have never had a
>young one before and know nothing of their growth
>rates, but he seems TINY to me. A few people have told
>me that certain lines are very slow growing...are his
>like that?
>I know that stallions will be shorter than geldings,
>and he is a stud colt still, but he still seems quite
>small to me. If anyone has similar lines and can tell
>me approximate heights, that would be great. Thanks.

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