Rare Filly and her devoted mother go outdoors for the first time

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As you are no doubt well aware, horses may have a vast array of colour patterns at birth. All horses are beautiful, of course, but certain patterns are thought to be very rare since they are born differently.

These adorable pictures seem to show what is supposedly the first “double pearl” newborn foal in Britain, following its mother with hesitation.

Pearl is one of the rarest colour changes in horses, and when a “single pearl” is present, the colour becomes a gorgeous pale golden.

A rare ‘double pearl’ with a lustrous golden coat is created when both parents have the pearl gene.

This Spanish colt foal, whose mother is single pearl and father is double pearl, was born. The name of the foal is yet unknown.

And the additional tale Today, we’ve selected to provide an engaging film featuring the gorgeous filly Coconut. Watch as Coconut, an exceptional and unique filly, ventures outdoors for the very first time.

Occasionally, we will show you other clips that emphasise how fiercely a horse will defend her little, beloved child. A mother’s genuine love for her kid is the purest kind of love in the world, and seeing it is always a very touching and unique experience.

The Medicine Hat filly was only two days old when this movie was filmed. Her odd markings and brown ears took everyone by surprise when she appeared. She is enjoying herself greatly with her mother, and they both seem to be quite happy.

The Medicine Hat filly was only two days old when this movie was filmed. Her odd markings and brown ears took everyone by surprise when she appeared. She is enjoying herself greatly with her mother, and they both seem to be quite happy.

As an outstanding filly, Coconut would make any horse lover delighted to own. She is charming, curious, happy, and smart, and her mother appeared happy for her. She is at her baby’s side, ensuring her comfort, throughout the whole of the video.

All horseback riders these days are aware that horses are very protective of their newborn foals. Although they first keep other horses at a distance, the mares later let the foals play together, thus this is just a temporary measure.

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