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Crossbreeds: Advantages, disadvantages?

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    04-20-2009, 01:54 PM
  #11
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Warlander is a cross bewteen a Andalusian and a Fresian. The Andy was orginally bred to be the prefect warhorse.
     
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    04-20-2009, 03:38 PM
  #12
Weanling
I have a tn walker-quarter horse cross.very very bumpy horse!but she looks like a mini thouruougbred.(i think I spelled that wrong!)
     
    04-20-2009, 04:08 PM
  #13
Yearling
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Originally Posted by kitten_Val    
Can you post a link to the video, please? I've never heard the term "War..." before.

Andalusian x Friesian

Lusitano x Friesian


The Lusitano crosses almost seem to have a more fluid trot, verses were the Andalusian crosses have a more flashy trot. I'd have to see them in real life to tell for sure though >.< Either way, both are stunning crosses.

I'm all goo-goo-ga-ga over these two stallions
Andalusian & Lusitano Stallions &loz; ready to create a dynasty of dreams to be born in your barn! Saphiro & Navaraņo of Rainey Valley Farm &dagger;
     
    04-20-2009, 04:21 PM
  #14
Showing
I'm not extremely impressed with 2nd one, but 1st one is just OMG! And how they could make him so shiny too!

And thanks for posting, btw!
     
    04-20-2009, 09:58 PM
  #15
Yearling
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Originally Posted by kitten_Val    
I'm not extremely impressed with 2nd one, but 1st one is just OMG! And how they could make him so shiny too!

And thanks for posting, btw!

I know! O_O My horse has NEVER been that shiny >.>
If I ever get a really nice Friesian mare with good papers, I'd breed her to one of those stallions faster than you can say "Wait, what?"

Pretty, pretty stallions
     
    04-21-2009, 09:17 AM
  #16
Weanling
Even the most experienced & educated breeders can screw up a cross breed. ANY time you breed a horse, you're gambling whether it's within the breed, or out. Think of the thousands of horses bred from a world famous sire - how many of them echo Dad's skill? I've had plenty of mixed breed horses that were incredible - some of the best I've ever ridden. I've also had a few that you wonder what the heck the parents were like to end up with such a goofy baby.
That said, I prefer straight up well bred, well HANDLED horses first & foremost. Although I do not have one (maybe one day) one of my favorite crosses is the National Show Horse - Arab & Saddlebred. Incredible movement...
     

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