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    08-25-2007, 10:20 PM
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I have an arabian gelding who will be 2 october but i'm worried about his height he is only 13.3 right now does anyone know to what age arabians grow to. This is my first young arab got him when he was 10 months and he has grown alot since then but it seems like he just stopped growing this summer.My arab mare is 14.2 and I am very happy with that height and thought that was what he would be.his motheer was about 14.2 and father about 15h
Anybody with opions on this please!!
     
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    08-27-2007, 07:02 AM
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My 3 yr old arab filly is 14.2 hh

Her name is tango.......do you have any pics of your arab?

I will post some of tango soon
     
    08-27-2007, 09:36 AM
  #3
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Hey how r ya??
Ummm I hav a filly appaloosa and she is only bout 14.2hh atm and she is turning 2 in october to...most horses really don't stop growin till there about 6yrs old but most of there growin that they do is before they turn 3 but they still grow after that to lol...
I wouldnt be too concernd bout the high of ur horse he will grow in his own time his what 13.3hh now and his comin up 2, his parents are 14.2 and 15hh...i really wouldnt be worring too much he might just be a slow grower and theres nothing wrong with that hill grow lol
     
    08-27-2007, 04:24 PM
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I I sure hope he grows more i'll try to get some pics of him but will have to have somone help not sure how to get them on here.thanks for making me feel a little more hopeful he'll grow more
     
    08-27-2007, 05:26 PM
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Here are a few pics of my arab
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    08-27-2007, 05:31 PM
  #6
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The first one is my mare who is 25 yrs young and the gray is my al most 2yr old gelding the girl in the back ground is my cousin trying to help me bet some of these pics hope you like. By the way my 2yr old is suppose to have pardon and baskin blood lines but the said they never sent for his papers.really doesn't matter to me but I would like to know aliitle about these blood lines.
     
    08-27-2007, 11:01 PM
  #7
Showing
She may grow more.
Arabians aren't a very large breed, they only get to about 14/15 hands.
     
    08-28-2007, 02:02 AM
  #8
Foal
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Originally Posted by Tammy
the first one is my mare who is 25 yrs young and the gray is my al most 2yr old gelding the girl in the back ground is my cousin trying to help me bet some of these pics hope you like. By the way my 2yr old is suppose to have pardon and baskin blood lines but the said they never sent for his papers.really doesn't matter to me but I would like to know aliitle about these blood lines.
Padron was amazing. And I think he was stunning to look at.



But anyways - Your horse may grow more. Like PoptartShop said, they're not usually a big breed. Our half Arab is only about 14.2.
     
    08-28-2007, 08:40 AM
  #9
Foal
Hey can you do me a favour and gat a side on pic of him standing square then I can estimate how much more he will grow for you..
     
    08-29-2007, 12:42 AM
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Foal
Arabs are notoriously late bloomers. My "old man" (now age 20) did not reach his full height of 15 hands until he was five. I got him at 2 and he was probably only 14 or 14.1 tops. Give him good feed, free choice hay, and lots of love and he will grow up just fine!

PS - it's a shame they did not register him, Padron and Bask bloodlines are very desirable. My gelding is double Bask. If you can find out the sire and dam you might be able to register him still, it is costly but AHA sometimes runs "specials" to get more people to register their older horses.
     

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