No problem :)
Of course I know of very expensive warmbloods that cost more to feed than a fresh-off-the-track hard doer TB, and I have met OTTBs that were on quality hay and nothing else, that had brilliant hooves and could go out and compete barefoot the day after having their racing plates pulled. There are always the exceptions!
And, for the record, my anglo arab eats more than my friend's 12yo dressage TB. And my friend's horse is a cribber and a windsucker. Ermm, yeah. That makes sense.
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