The chestnut, my Magic, Thoroughbred filly [2 1/2 year old]. The bay, Monty, Anglo Arab gelding [17yo now] - hoss can REALLY jump (but scuse my position, old photo)!! And the little grey is the pony I used to have, Edward, grade Welsh B [was about 8 at the time, would now be about 10 or 11]. No mistaking the welshie-ness of the little grey brat!!
Edit; actually Dork [Monty] is brown, but saying bay is easier because fewer un-knowledgeable people argue with me then.
Here are my boys:
First up is Nohea, he is an APHA gelding. He is stocky, with a gorgeous round rump, loving personality and more of a rare color.
Next up is Maverick. He is an Appaloosa/ Draft cross. He has very big bones, has the striped Appaloosa hooves and a few spots. He is a power house, when he wants to go good luck stopping him, and he's a MAJOR bully!
And last but not least this is Luke. He definitely has the paint color but he is small like a Paso Fino or FL Cracker horse and has the fast lateral gait. I have no idea what breed he is.
"Morning Glory" our Hispano-Arab mare [Andalusian Arabian cross, but considered a breed.] She is 15.1 hands and will be 7 in may.
For characteristics she definitely has more of the Arab temperament, but is gradually getting some of the calmness of the Andalusian.
Click pictures to enlarge> She does have a thick neck from her Andalusian sire, Cresswood Gitano Rey.:) With her mom Majic.