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post #1 of 14 Old 03-28-2012, 12:00 PM Thread Starter
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Critque His Video Please. Possible Buy

I've been looking for prospects for so long, filly wise, I ended up finding this guy How do you like his movement? Might be a possible buy business wise. This is also a Yearling Stallion now. :)


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I am no expert in how a horse should correctly move since I haven't ridden in12 years but he looks nice. He also seems pretty obediant and listens to her voice commands fairly well.

Would you keep him a stallion or geld him?

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If I did think more about it more into buying...might keep him intact as long as he behaves and is without vices. He's a nice mover, pretty head, nicely built, fantastic bloodlines, mom's a winner of over $6000, and seems to be well mannered.
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I really like his movement too, he looks nice. I think it all depends on what you are planning on doing with him. What breed is he, by the way?
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Pictures-WARNING cuteness!!

He's a Quarter Horse.

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I haven't asked for more information or pictures yet. :)

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For some reason his way of going really screams Dressage or H/J to me. He could probably do WP and the such, but I think his natural movements would lend himself better to the more English of the disciplines.
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agree with Cinny he looks like a great mover, for some reason he looks really butt high in that last photo might just be me though, i would do it
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agree with Cinny he looks like a great mover, for some reason he looks really butt high in that last photo might just be me though, i would do it
With yearlings it can be hard to tell as most of the time one end spurts up and then a few months later the other end has a spurt. I've seen some butt high yearlings end up wither high at about 4 years and vice versa. Cinny was REALLY butt high in the pics I saw of him as a yearling but now his butt is only an inch higher than the top of his withers.
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With yearlings it can be hard to tell as most of the time one end spurts up and then a few months later the other end has a spurt. I've seen some butt high yearlings end up wither high at about 4 years and vice versa. Cinny was REALLY butt high in the pics I saw of him as a yearling but now his butt is only an inch higher than the top of his withers.
And the only thing you can do is look at mom and dad and full sibilings and hope for the best LOL

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