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post #31 of 35 Old 11-07-2011, 10:54 PM
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he's a tank!!!! Cute little thing though. I'm sure you all know what you're talking about, more so than I, but twh?!?! My neighbor has a ton, and i've rode with a lot and they look nothing of the sort! Idk if its just the ones i'm surrounded by but they seem lankier and not near as thick as this little guy!! I have a quarab and besides that funny little head, they are built similar. Minus her small qh feet. And my friends Morab is also quite similar, especially that thick neck and arching. He's a big ol' tank too! Very very similar.

Im sure this didnt help AT ALL, but I wanted to put my two cents in (:
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hahah allisionjoy - I have heard he looks like a morgan lol but he is awkward there could be never ending guesses at him :) but he has the gait which is the only thing making me say twh ..
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hahah allisionjoy - I have heard he looks like a morgan lol but he is awkward there could be never ending guesses at him :) but he has the gait which is the only thing making me say twh ..
well morgans actually can have a gait as well. Single footing I believe? That head though SERIOUSLY reminds me of a few very strong bred arabians. He's a cute lil' boy though!!
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I agree with allisonjoy. To me, he looks nothing like a TWH, they are lanky and kinda delicately built. That guy is thick! The last photo looks so much like a Draft standing. I say draft, with something else. IMO, not every horse with a dished head is an Arab... And also Arabs are way to delicatly built to match that big boy

E v e r y horse is good for something. You dont throw a whole life away just cause he's banged up a little...
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thank you... is he quite cute lol in his own way ..:)
I had a morgan as my first horse, her gait was nothing like this. But I agree with draft. But I have seen some pretty thick arabians. Just not as thick as him ;) but at this point all I know for sure is he has the tw gait but has a regular w/t/c so I have no idea as to what else.
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