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post #21 of 22 Old 07-05-2013, 06:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Elizabeth Bowers View Post
Acutally Lockwood, She isn't too bad to keep clean, she's actually a smokey creme color, and she actually cleans up pretty easy. Once i get a few more good pics of her, you'll really be able to see her markings. Thanks i'll be watching it asap!
Either way she is gorgeous. Moon is one of the great foundation stallions for the mountain pleasure breed, just as Tobe is known for the RMH. She is a beautiful girl. Love blue eyes. Curious, does she dapple when she gets wet. A lot of the Rockies, KMH and MPH will dapple when wet. Some tend to change color tint each year too.

Lockwood, some KMH do "head bob", depending on their breeding. My little KMSHA mare will head bob in a slow gait as she has a lot of walker in her about 3 generations back.

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post #22 of 22 Old 07-07-2013, 02:54 PM Thread Starter
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No she doesn't Macslady. She does have these funky birthmarks though when she's wet you can see them. I'll have to get a few pics of her when she was a baby and show you.

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