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        01-10-2013, 09:37 PM
      #101
    Foal
    My Cadillac

    This is Cadillac (Caddy) She is an 11 year old Perch. A rescue foal from a PMU Farm in North Dakota, who ended up in Califonia and is now in Central British Columbia. She is the lead mare-Queen Bee. Pretty darn willfull, but I have yet to see her spook at any thing, or refuse to cross or go through anything. AND when she slows down her lope or trot, it is to die for...bareback heaven! Her manners have come a long way since we got her. Her first owners believed in brute force and used a lot of ropes, her second owner tip toed around her and baby taked to her... She is a small 16.2--but is probably 16.2 wide also
         
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        01-11-2013, 03:16 PM
      #102
    Foal
    Beautiful girl you've got there!
         
        01-11-2013, 03:29 PM
      #103
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    I don't think of hattie as a draftie, but I think haflingers probably are, so here she is and her baby Gilda (nearly 3 now)




    Gilda
         
        01-11-2013, 03:31 PM
      #104
    Foal
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    but I think haflingers probably are
    As far as I'm concerned they are... They're "shorter" drafts....

    Good looking for sure!
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        01-11-2013, 04:18 PM
      #105
    Foal
    Haflinger

    This is my Haflinger (part draft) :)

    Then the black guy our youngest Clydesdale Private Tucker, and the biggest & older Clyde Maquarther's Duramax Diesel.
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        01-11-2013, 10:14 PM
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    This is Cadillac (Caddy) She is an 11 year old Perch. A rescue foal from a PMU Farm in North Dakota, who ended up in Califonia and is now in Central British Columbia. She is the lead mare-Queen Bee. Pretty darn willfull, but I have yet to see her spook at any thing, or refuse to cross or go through anything. AND when she slows down her lope or trot, it is to die for...bareback heaven! Her manners have come a long way since we got her. Her first owners believed in brute force and used a lot of ropes, her second owner tip toed around her and baby taked to her... She is a small 16.2--but is probably 16.2 wide also
    Beautiful Mamma! Ours resemble eachother. Not sure where mine originally came from though.
         
        01-11-2013, 10:16 PM
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    I don't think of hattie as a draftie, but I think haflingers probably are, so here she is and her baby Gilda (nearly 3 now)
    Hafies are drafties, just shorter! I would ride one of those too no problem!
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        01-11-2013, 10:36 PM
      #108
    Foal
    I hope to start taking the Haffy out for some competitive trail rides! :)
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        01-12-2013, 03:44 PM
      #109
    Foal


    This is Ellie, My Ardennes Belgian Draft




    She's about 16 hh and 18 years old



    Enjoys hacking out



    And feild rides!

    I take her to get the cows in before I go milking and she absolutely loves it! About due some pictures of rounding up the jerseys really...!
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        01-13-2013, 12:08 AM
      #110
    Yearling
    I have a soft spot for drafts and draft crosses. My first two horses were Belgian mixed with QH.
    Here is a picture of my first horse Jenn. 16.2


    I owned this fellow for a little while, but had to sell him due to no time. He ended up going to a petting zoo. Bucky a 15 hand Fjord


    And I trained this horse for someone. He was a Percheron/Paint/Saddlebred.
    He was a joy to ride! His gaits were incredibly smooth. And, you can't complain about the smoky buckskin paint. He was about 16.2.
    Sonny


    I really hope I can get more drafties sometime! I love working with them, and they're so fun to ride.
         

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