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        01-14-2014, 03:47 PM
      #111
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by SullysRider    
    He looks just like my full TB, who has on more than several occasions been mistaken for a WB. No need to get all defensive. You don't have to have a WB to do well, just ask all the people with WB's who I've beat on a TB.
    Im not getting defensive. Im stating fact... Lol. I've owned and been state champion on my past 2 Thoroughbreds. One in the puddle jumpers, one in the low children/adult jumpers.... My best friend has a TB... My barn has 9 TBs... I promise. He's not a TB. Lol im perfectly aware you don't need a WB to win, I've kicked butt on my past 2. Im not saying WBs are better, im just saying Cleave is not a TB. Why is that hard to accept?
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        01-14-2014, 03:51 PM
      #112
    Green Broke
    Your horse has a great story & he sure seems to know that you "saved" him! He looks magnificent & sure sounds smart & willing. You may never know his story, but the two of you can write new chapters. I think you found a great horse & I'm glad you found each other.
         
        01-14-2014, 03:52 PM
      #113
    Yearling
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    Your horse has a great story & he sure seems to know that you "saved" him! He looks magnificent & sure sounds smart & willing. You may never know his story, but the two of you can write new chapters. I think you found a great horse & I'm glad you found each other.
    Thank you :) he is truly an angel.
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        01-14-2014, 03:58 PM
      #114
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by ThoroughbredJumper    
    Im not getting defensive. Im stating fact... Lol. I've owned and been state champion on my past 2 Thoroughbreds. One in the puddle jumpers, one in the low children/adult jumpers.... My best friend has a TB... My barn has 9 TBs... I promise. He's not a TB. Lol im perfectly aware you don't need a WB to win, I've kicked butt on my past 2. Im not saying WBs are better, im just saying Cleave is not a TB. Why is that hard to accept?
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    Actually you're stating opinion, where are his papers showing his warmblood lineage? To me he looks like a TB that was approved into the AWS, you don't have to agree with me, just as I don't have to agree with you. You were asking about his lineage, I said he looks TB, no harm no foul.
         
        01-14-2014, 04:22 PM
      #115
    Yearling
    He has a brand... A straight TB can't get that brand... And I've had him looked over by a conformation specialist...
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        01-14-2014, 05:06 PM
      #116
    Yearling
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    He has a brand... A straight TB can't get that brand... And I've had him looked over by a conformation specialist...
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    Actually with the AWS yes they in fact can. And that doesn't mean anything, you can't tell what breed a horse is by it's conformation, there is many different variations within breeds, and a horse could be mistaken for a different breed. If someone told they could 100% guarantee a horse is a certain breed you got taken. It is an opinion. Anyway, enjoy your horse. It doesn't matter what breed he is or that he doesn't look very WB, it's not a big deal. I know in the show world you "have" to have a WB, but you really don't. So don't stress what he is.
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        01-15-2014, 01:29 AM
      #117
    Showing
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    Originally Posted by ThoroughbredJumper    
    He is certainly not full TB. Hooves are massive, wide jaw, deep eyes, broader shoulders, and nowhere near the gait forms. Lol I owned 2 full TBs previously
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    I had a TB gelding that everyone swore was a WB. When I told them that he was in fact a full TB, they were blown away. Your guy actually does remind me of Ronan, wider set and long.
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        01-15-2014, 01:31 AM
      #118
    Yearling
    Wow. Quite the full tb. Haha cutie :)
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        01-15-2014, 09:37 AM
      #119
    Yearling
    My last horse. A full Thoroughbred- Romeo. Vs. American Warmblood (YES I understand the "breed" is made of mutts)- Cleave. They look nearly identical in color so they make a good comparison group. Lol
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        01-15-2014, 01:47 PM
      #120
    Yearling
    I still see TB, and as far as TB's having small feet, my TB is a size 3 shoe... He reminds me of my TB and JDI's TB. There are thicker TB, if the first picture is your old TB, that horse is very narrow, but not all TBs are built that like. Some are wide and long. Hopefully you find out who he is with the DNA test, he could very well be a backyard WB that just looks like a TB, AWS isn't known for well bred horses.
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