I just had hoped for this thread to become educational for everyone to enjoy and learn from. As well as myself & find interested people to connect with about the Surgarbush's to explore more. But it has become filled with just meaningless nit picks about the horses problems, conformation, looks and if its even real....
I just wish to learn about this dying breed and not be told its not real. Just because you have never heard of it.
Ever hear of any of these breeds??
Kerry Bog Ponies
Kaimanawa Wild Horse
They're real too... just as rare as a sugarbush..
If you have information to share about this breed, share it. I would love to hear more about it, it's why I clicked on this thread in the first place- I saw an interesting but obscure breed name, followed by a picture of a gorgeous horse, and became interested. I wanted to know more.
Not a single person critiqued this animal's conformation or looks. Every single person here agrees that this horse is GORGEOUS.
I can only speak for myself on this but I'm not trying to attack anyone, I'm asking questions which was inevitable when you pair an obscure, unknown breed name with such a beautiful horse.
What I, personally, wanted to know was whether this was an actual breed
. In response to that question there was basically "you're jerks for not thinking this is a breed, quit being mean to this horse I know him in real life" instead of ACTUAL EVIDENCE. If you know anything about this breed, by all means, share it
. But so far not one of the people on here who have claimed that this is a breed has provided anything other than 'it's a breed because I've seen this horse in real life' or something else that really does not make a breed, except for one person who (reluctantly) said that this stallion is from two sugarbrush parents, which is enough for me...
If you want an educational thread, make it one. I want you to, because I want to know more about this breed. It's frustrating to come to a thread to look for answers to my questions, and not only not have them answered and find nothing educational, but to be met by what I feel is hostility for asking the questions...