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    That tail is beautiful, and pretty unique! From the video, it seems to stand out nicely against the creamy lighter color of her belly.
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    Re: Little motley babies

    Quote Originally Posted by richardhind1972 View Post
    My female pastel motley shed this morning, she's got A crazy steioed tail for a motley, I'm tempted to keep her back, mums red pastel influence seems to of gave her loads of colour,

    Has anyone seen a motley with a striped tail like this?

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    I'm enjoying the videos! Nice twist!

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    Really nice Rich. Your collection is just stellar!

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    Re: Little motley babies

    She is looker and that tail is stunning.


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    Re: Little motley babies

    Thanks gio and cletus and kam

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    Last edited by richardhind1972; 03-22-2020 at 05:12 PM.

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    Re: Little motley babies

    Quote Originally Posted by RedRabbit View Post
    That tail is beautiful, and pretty unique! From the video, it seems to stand out nicely against the creamy lighter color of her belly.
    Thanks RedRabbit, I've not seen a motley with this much colour on its tail

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    Re: Little motley babies

    Grabbed a couple of pics with the motleys today
    First is the red pastel sunglow motley and second lot are Pastel motley


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    You always take such nice photos, of course beautiful subjects help haha very nice!
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    Re: Little motley babies

    Quote Originally Posted by AbsoluteApril View Post
    You always take such nice photos, of course beautiful subjects help haha very nice!
    Thanks April much appreciated

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    Re: Little motley babies

    Those are some awesome pictures. Those tail pics are stunners.


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