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    03-21-2013, 08:58 PM
  #51
Yearling
My goodness, there are some gorgeous horses here. I LOVE the Fjords!!!! Here's my crew. The first one is my Appendix mare, Moon. She has so many of the classic characteristics of a quarter horse, just HUGE. She's 16.1 and around 1100 lbs. Her lope is like riding a gigantic rocking horse, but give her her head after making that third barrel, and the afterburners kick in. That rump is hiding a huge motor. And I don't know if it's just personal observation, but it seems every appendix I see has some very impressive withers which she has.
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This is my quarter horse Rascal. Small chiseled head, short back, and round rump and hardly an withers at all.
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Eb is our 31 year old Tennessee Walker. The one thing that always sticks out to me on a TWs is their sweet, full of wisdom eyes. Eb has the eyes. Sweet as can be, and a perfect mount for my children.
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And this is Mojo, my pinto thoroughbred cross. This boy LOVES to run. He could go all day long. Carries his head super high which I'm constantly working on and kind of a hot head. He's got the mile long legs of his thoroughbred side too. I'm 5'11" if that's any kind of reference at all.
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    03-21-2013, 09:12 PM
  #52
Yearling
My Shetland Mare. There's Hackney Pony I think two or three generations back...still in the process of getting her papers from somebody.





This last one I took today but flash didn't go off...I love the way she stands when she's alert, I think underneath that beard and gross winter coat, she's probably a very pretty mare =)
     
    03-23-2013, 06:10 PM
  #53
Yearling
Subbing. I'll upload pics of my breeds when I have time:)
     
    03-24-2013, 08:14 PM
  #54
Weanling
I have a 3 year old chestnut overo paint gelding.

He has a beautiful temperament, very quiet, very trainable ..he's halter and western pleasure bred..loves to go slow and has the movement for it.
Very successful in the show ring..
2013 Western all breed supreme paint halter exhibit
2 x State champion
3 x Reverse State Champion
3rd Nationals
Futurity Champion
(i've paid for the originals just waiting for them to be sent)


Pictured here as a weanling..getting a cuddle



Just love this boy, so very much!
     
    03-24-2013, 08:27 PM
  #55
Yearling
Quote:
Originally Posted by JustAwesome    
I have a 3 year old chestnut overo paint gelding.

He has a beautiful temperament, very quiet, very trainable ..he's halter and western pleasure obred..loves to go slow and has the movement for it.
Very successful in the show ring..
2013 Western all breed supreme paint halter exhibit
2 x State champion
3 x Reverse State Champion
3rd Nationals
Futurity Champion
(i've paid for the originals just waiting for them to be sent)


Pictured here as a weanling..getting a cuddle



Just love this boy, so very much!
What's his breeding? He is gorgeous!!
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    03-24-2013, 08:32 PM
  #56
Weanling
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Originally Posted by cowgirl4753    
What's his breeding? He is gorgeous!!
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Thank you :)

His sire is The Awestriker IMP and he's by Mighty Awesome
His dam is Shimmer n Shine whos by Just Shameless.
     
    03-24-2013, 08:35 PM
  #57
Yearling
Quote:
Originally Posted by mammakatja    
My goodness, there are some gorgeous horses here. I LOVE the Fjords!!!! Here's my crew. The first one is my Appendix mare, Moon. She has so many of the classic characteristics of a quarter horse, just HUGE. She's 16.1 and around 1100 lbs. Her lope is like riding a gigantic rocking horse, but give her her head after making that third barrel, and the afterburners kick in. That rump is hiding a huge motor. And I don't know if it's just personal observation, but it seems every appendix I see has some very impressive withers which she has.
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This is my quarter horse Rascal. Small chiseled head, short back, and round rump and hardly an withers at all.
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Eb is our 31 year old Tennessee Walker. The one thing that always sticks out to me on a TWs is their sweet, full of wisdom eyes. Eb has the eyes. Sweet as can be, and a perfect mount for my children.
Attachment 135810

And this is Mojo, my pinto thoroughbred cross. This boy LOVES to run. He could go all day long. Carries his head super high which I'm constantly working on and kind of a hot head. He's got the mile long legs of his thoroughbred side too. I'm 5'11" if that's any kind of reference at all.
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I LOVE LOVE LOVE THAT PINTO TB i'm in love
mammakatja likes this.
     
    03-26-2013, 09:20 PM
  #58
Weanling
Here are my two...Selena mare (top) & Maglet (who I just sold)

Both have pretty typical Arab characteristics but completely different personalities.

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    03-26-2013, 09:45 PM
  #59
Yearling
Quote:
Originally Posted by KylieHuitema    
I LOVE LOVE LOVE THAT PINTO TB i'm in love
Awwww thank you so much. He's definitely a keeper.
     
    03-27-2013, 01:01 AM
  #60
Started
OMG...I can't believe I'm the first percheron at this point in the thread! So excited! Wow, where to start on breed characteristics....

She is BIG and loves the water!



Even the most beginner of rider can ride her....



She is majestic.....



She will try anything and go anywhere.....




She can drive....


She is gentle and will protect you.....


I don't know how she rates in the percheron world, but in mine, she is simply beautiful.....
     



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