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post #1 of 7 Old 01-19-2013, 03:49 PM Thread Starter
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help on my arabs conformation, also in foal to BEY SADIK

Hi I think this.is a stupid question but my mares tail starts straight from her bum (ill put.pic on)like wen you run ur hand down her spine all the way to tail it dosnt go adown abit then the tail starts it goes straight out I can't explain it properly but is this a conformation fault or is it a type of arab she isnt regestered and the pre owner dosnt no anything about her other than she was abused so she bought, also is BEY SADIK a crabbit arab im no good at breedsand stuff and I've been told he's a crabbit arab any info you can.give ill really be greatfull thank you
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post #2 of 7 Old 01-19-2013, 03:57 PM
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Crabbet Arabians is a type of Arabian, referring to their breeding

His pedigree: Bey Sadik Arabian
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post #3 of 7 Old 01-20-2013, 05:59 PM
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arabs tend to have lean hindquarters and a shorter slope to the croup but not typically that short, no.

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Tail set is quite normal. Too bad mare doesn't have papers, according to Bey Sadik 's pedigree and her looks, that should be quite a nice foal.
Bey Sadik is mainly Crabbet bred, little Polish thrown in.
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Hi I think this.is a stupid question but my mares tail starts straight from her bum (ill put.pic on)like wen you run ur hand down her spine all the way to tail it dosnt go adown abit then the tail starts it goes straight out I can't explain it properly but is this a conformation fault or is it a type of arab she isnt regestered and the pre owner dosnt no anything about her other than she was abused so she bought, also is BEY SADIK a crabbit arab im no good at breedsand stuff and I've been told he's a crabbit arab any info you can.give ill really be greatfull thank you
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Her tail is totally normal, a tail that is set down a bit from the croup is called "apple butt" and is a conformation fault in Arabs.



Normal tail set on an Arab



Paint mare with an "apple butt"

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He has a SUPER nice dam line.
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post #7 of 7 Old 01-22-2013, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
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thanks every1, loads of helpfull info off you all, I can't wait for the foal I just wish she had papers but I don't mind I can still regester the foal partbred all her foals carry there tail to the side just like she does I think its quite cute thank you all again xxx
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