This Palomino Foal Was Born Surprisingly Tiny. Wait Until You See Why

Jenni is passionate about horses and is the owner and founder of Saratoga Stud in South Africa. This video features one of her most beloved horses, Daisy.

Daisy became pregnant with her first foal in November 2014. Daisy was in labor when Jenni and her co-worker Guy were called up to the stables by their night watch. She was already a week late, but they managed to help her with her delivery. She was now the proud mama of a beautiful palomino colt called Don Quixote. Don Quixote was small, considering the size of Daisy, but they still reveled in his beauty. But then something else happened.

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When Jenni and Guy went a bit closer to inspect Daisy, they noticed that she was in labor again! Daisy, a short time later, gave birth to a cremello filly, named Duet. According to Jenni, the two siblings stay together all the time, only going to mom for a drink! She says that they will never be for sale.

It is rare for a horse to give birth to live babies, and a special event to be a part of. This colt and filly, while small, are really beautiful and Jenni is thrilled to have them both at the farm.

Daisy and her two babies are doing just fine and are healthy and well cared for. Watch this beautiful footage in the video.