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        07-15-2013, 06:28 PM
      #41
    Yearling
    And I do appreciate all of yall that are genuinely trying to help. I just want to know who my new baby's mommie and daddy are. And if he had more owners that I don't know about. If that is the case, kudos to them for being so freakin crafty...
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        07-15-2013, 06:31 PM
      #42
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by WyndellaRose    
    Does he have a lip tatoo by chance?
    Nope, no tattoo. :/ Just slobbery pink gums. Hahaha
         
        07-15-2013, 07:32 PM
      #43
    Showing
    I've only seen standards that high in one other barn - and you can tell they're gigantic. They look proportionally like regular standards, sorry. The horse and rider must be massive.
    I would suggest slowing down with this horse. It scares me that you're jumping him at all admitting he doesn't have much training. What's the hurry? Free jump if you want to see form. It's very obvious he's not sure over this fence (over jumping, odd spot, etc.)
    Cute horse, slow him down.
    DNA test will be conclusive.
         
        07-15-2013, 07:41 PM
      #44
    Yearling
    Well he is already 10, the vet says he's perfectly safe to jump, he has been "trained" up to 18 inches prior. He has no issues when we do jump, and we only jump as high as 2'6"-2'9" at max anyways right now to work on his technique. We have already seen him free jump on his sale video, and he needs as much muscle and experience as we can get on him before I leave for college in a year. We are on a time crunch but taking him as slow as he needs. And at lower heights/flat work he becomes bored and gets lazy. He doesnt enjoy it. I appreciate your concern, and I understand your reasoning, but I do believe my trainer and I know what we are doing. :) This thread is not supposed to be about his training anyhow. Im only trying to figure out his breeding! Hahaha if you want to talk training then I will start a training thread or you may pm me. But this is not the place :)
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        07-15-2013, 07:42 PM
      #45
    Yearling
    And he over jumps EVERYTHING, its just how he jumps. Even the tiny stuff, he jumps about a foot over or more. He doesnt like jumping small, so he imagines they are big. Hahaha
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        07-15-2013, 08:37 PM
      #46
    Green Broke
    Lots of nice horses end up at auction and slaughter. Go to the state Brand book and look for brands , be sure note if you find a brand that matches that it is on the same area, left hind lh
    Right hind , right fore etc. I am not sure what the first symbol is, but the second would be a lazy A .
         
        07-15-2013, 08:40 PM
      #47
    Yearling
    We have already solved his brand is an American Warmblood brand, I sent in pictures to the AWS. They confirmed it, and his conformation, to be a classic AW. So that part is SOLVED! (celebrate) NOW! Who was his breeder... and who is his sire and dam... harder to answer :(
         
        07-15-2013, 08:43 PM
      #48
    Green Broke
    Wait, he was at the slaughter house and had a sale video?
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        07-15-2013, 08:48 PM
      #49
    Yearling
    His previous owner who got him from the slaughter house made a sale video to send to a girl here in Texas to email out to people who were looking for horses that she knew of, and I was one of the people she knew who needed a horse. So she sent me the sale video from her friend in Delaware who shipped Cleave down here to be test ridden by anyone who replied to the sale video. I was the first to reply, first to try, and only to buy. Hahahaha. There are no records I know of from before her. :/ And that is where the mystery lies!
         
        07-15-2013, 09:03 PM
      #50
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by ThoroughbredJumper    
    WHY would you buy a horse like that, then just ship it off to death?
    My sister in law sold her Hanoverian gelding to a girl who was supposedly experienced. Later, the trainer informed SIL that the girl was going to euthanize him (he's like 6 or 7 I think) because he was "dangerous." SIL worked her butt off to get him back and he got light on the front end a couple times the first time she rode him again. She dealt with it and he's great. Sigh, guess the girl was less experienced and more spoiled than originally thought. He's one that has breeding that (I've heard) people were pushing her to keep him as a stallion prospect. Definitely a good looking boy! But almost euthanized because some girl couldn't admit that SHE was the problem and was going to blame him. It happens.
         

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