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post #231 of 353 Old 03-02-2012, 02:32 PM
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Here's my new Clyde cross mare, Lucille. She is a wonderful trail horse!
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She is lovely. What is she crossed with - she looks very Clydie.
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post #232 of 353 Old 03-02-2012, 02:43 PM
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She is lovely. What is she crossed with - she looks very Clydie.
Thank you! She IS very Clydie - but a little shorter 16.2 hands (I know, it's a bit like saying a 'small Great Dane' ) - her previous owner only described her as a Clyde X, so no idea what the mixture is. She is lovely though, and sweet, pretty white feathers.
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post #233 of 353 Old 03-02-2012, 03:13 PM
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Thank you! She IS very Clydie - but a little shorter 16.2 hands (I know, it's a bit like saying a 'small Great Dane' ) - her previous owner only described her as a Clyde X, so no idea what the mixture is. She is lovely though, and sweet, pretty white feathers.

I think you might find she could be full Clyde - she certainly looks like one. My Clydesdale mare is 16hh - they were never meant to be massive - in the recent past they have been crossed with Shires to bring in more height which is a shame.

Have you any more pics of her?
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post #234 of 353 Old 03-02-2012, 03:26 PM
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I think you might find she could be full Clyde - she certainly looks like one. My Clydesdale mare is 16hh - they were never meant to be massive - in the recent past they have been crossed with Shires to bring in more height which is a shame.

Have you any more pics of her?
I do have lots of photos of her...I will try to post more tonight from home (I think I've added one to my 'horses' tab, but I'm still learning my way around this forum ). I do not know her history, but I do have full faith and respect for her seller - that woman really knows her horses, so if she says Clyde X, that's good enough for me...
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post #235 of 353 Old 03-04-2012, 06:28 AM
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Thank you! She IS very Clydie - but a little shorter 16.2 hands (I know, it's a bit like saying a 'small Great Dane' ) - her previous owner only described her as a Clyde X, so no idea what the mixture is. She is lovely though, and sweet, pretty white feathers.
I have a small Great Dane. No, really, he is really small. About 80 lbs.
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post #236 of 353 Old 03-04-2012, 07:06 AM
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I have a small Great Dane. No, really, he is really small. About 80 lbs.
Hahahahaah! Thanks for that - your boy IS a small Great Dane! Mine is a little over 170 lbs - but just a big baby. Is yours a lapdog? Mine likes to think he is...
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post #237 of 353 Old 03-08-2012, 10:37 PM
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Here is my percheron, Belle!



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post #238 of 353 Old 03-08-2012, 10:49 PM
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I love perchies under saddle!

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Here is my Percheron under saddle, please, and it is a pet peeve...they are Percheron, not perchie or perch's, those are fish....lol....



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post #240 of 353 Old 03-09-2012, 08:41 AM
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Here is my percheron, Belle!



Gorgeous, really gorgeous. Thanks for sharing - what sort of saddle are you using on Belle?
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