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        03-31-2010, 07:48 PM
    Green Broke
    Can some of you look at my barn and pick apart Nancy Drew for me? Pretty please
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        03-31-2010, 09:41 PM
    Ooo, this looks like fun. I am never breeding this filly but I'm sure other owners will in the future due to her colour = /

    Name: Midnight Mistique Pay The Piper (pearl)
    Age: 2 and 4 months
    Breed: Reg. Quarter Pony
    Colour: Cremello
    Height: 12.2 / 13hh
    Discipline: Just short trails for now. Future pony club pony.
    Personality: Sweet as honey and very very quiet.
    Other: Very willing to learn (I broke her and I'm 14 and she put up with all my begginer braker mistakes xD)
    Accomplishments: None yet really.
    Photos: (My little brother is in the riding pictures)
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        03-31-2010, 09:47 PM
    I wouldn't breed her aztec, she doesn't look really like a 'quarter pony' to me, and she leaves alot left to be desired, IMO.

    EventerDrew - I love you mare. Send her to me ASAP, k thanks!
        03-31-2010, 10:39 PM

    Though at 2 + years she's a work in progress, she's very short in her quarter (from her hip to point of croup) and very long in her back; the opposite of typical QH conformation. Beyond the typical butt high you'd expect at her age and of a QH, she also has an odd topline - looks like the beginnings of a roached back. I'm also concerned that her hind pastern angle is very different than her front.

    So - she's adorable, and obviously a wonderful disposition, but, no, not breeding quality.

    PS - Is cremello now considered desirable and bred for in the QH world? The first one I saw, okay, 30 years ago, was considered an oddity.


    The one sortof kindof confo shot of Nancy Drew in you barn is not a very good one for confo - she's hyper alert, head and neck up and looking around and not standing four square and balanced. Post a better/more traditional confo shot and I'll have a go
        03-31-2010, 10:44 PM
    LOL all reasons why I would not want to breed her myself :P

    And I don't think cremello is really all that desirable, it's what you can get from a cremello(palomino, buckskin, etc) that 'colour' people want which is unfortunate but I can almost garauntee that someone will breed her for that reason somewhere down the line(not me!)
        03-31-2010, 10:52 PM
    Name: got kissed [gypsy]
    Age: coming 4
    Breed: tb/hano
    Color: black
    Height: about 16.1hh atm
    Pedigree: her sire is gaylord and her dam is kiss by lake
    Discipline: she was bred for hunters, but I mostly want to use her for eventing
    Personality: out going & nosy

    I don't plan on breeding her anytime soon, but I do eventually want to [in like 10 years !]

        03-31-2010, 10:54 PM
    Green Broke
    PaintsPwn- I'll keep her but thanks

    Maura- that's how she always stands. Getting her head to look like a "normal" horse in a confo is nearly impossible. Lol
        04-01-2010, 12:34 AM
    Lol you guys mind if I put my mini mare up here? XD. I don't have many pics of her so I'll get some more and post em. K?
        04-01-2010, 01:09 AM
    PaintsPwn- I'll keep her but thanks
    She told me she wants to meet Cowboy n___n
        04-01-2010, 01:22 AM
    Originally Posted by gypsygirl    
    I love horses built like this!!!

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