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post #21 of 77 Old 10-31-2012, 08:35 PM
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I see QH, some QH have cute little heads. Her backend screams QH to me no arab.
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post #22 of 77 Old 10-31-2012, 08:40 PM Thread Starter
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I see QH, some QH have cute little heads. Her backend screams QH to me no arab.
But Quarter horses are typically not so narrow... aren't they usually round barreled?

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post #23 of 77 Old 10-31-2012, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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Free Jumping - YouTube

^ There's the video!
I apologize for the lack of a whole lot of film, but I hope it gives ya'll a bit of an idea about her movement.

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post #24 of 77 Old 10-31-2012, 09:23 PM
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But Quarter horses are typically not so narrow... aren't they usually round barreled?
I had a full qh mare which she was very rounded through the barrel, but mares are more wide sprung through that area. I have a twh/arab and the only thing about her that looks arab is her movement and the fact that the only halter that will fit her is a arab halter and the fact that she can flip her tail up onto her back which was very funny looking to me, the first time I saw her do it.
The tail is more on the sparse side which appaloosa is know for, had one of those before.
I could be totally off here but the one thing I notice about QH is they always seem to hold their heads and neck more on the level side at rest My Twh/arab always has her head up, and I have a QH/morgan and he has his head up a lot as well, he definately takes after the morgan in looks too long flowy mane and forelock. My QH mare that passed away had hardly any length or amount of forelock, although her tail was to die for
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post #25 of 77 Old 10-31-2012, 09:39 PM
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Quarter horse. No Arab. Quarter.
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post #26 of 77 Old 10-31-2012, 09:57 PM
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Im still for Quarab.
But, is she just lazy in general or was she a bit sore when the video was taken?
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post #27 of 77 Old 10-31-2012, 10:48 PM
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She is either 14.3 or 15 hands.

I keep thinking TB when I look at her withers. Her withers reminds me of a TB I knew before. Buuut, her legs aren't long enough to be a TB. /facepalm

What about her reminds you of a TB?
Sometimes.. Just sometimes, Tbs can be quite short. I imagine some of us here know of the tb Seabiscuit. U would not expect a horse like him to be 100% thoroughbred, much less the top racehorse of his time. The pic is seabiscuit btw
seabiscuit.jpg
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post #28 of 77 Old 10-31-2012, 10:52 PM
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actually i just watched your video. She's DEFFINITELY got arab in her. she could also be qh, but its also possible she is appy, because appys are built just like qhs are now, she just might've not inherited spots or the white around the eyes
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Im still for Quarab.
But, is she just lazy in general or was she a bit sore when the video was taken?
Where do you see lazy exactly?
I thought she was pretty hyped up that day, but she was jumping before this was taken (notice the jumps on the left?). The other horses kept distracting her, so she wasn't quite listening and maybe that came off as lazy.

She's typically really ... crazy. Not in a bad way, but she doesn't want to be told to stop or slow down. She has taken off with me in a gallop, ran up steep hills, jump a creek, etc. just because she wanted to. She just didn't want to stop.
But now she's gotten better trained, except the canter. She'll buck and bolt occasionally.

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actually i just watched your video. She's DEFFINITELY got arab in her. she could also be qh, but its also possible she is appy, because appys are built just like qhs are now, she just might've not inherited spots or the white around the eyes
What about the video makes you so sure of Arab?

And I do have a question about the eyes...
so she will look at me and I can see the whites of her eyes sometimes. Not all the time, but usually when she turns to look at me. Straight on, her eyes show no whites. Do apps ALWAYS have the whites showing, or only sometimes? I know all horses do when they look certain ways, but I just want to check my facts here.

I'll try to find a pic of her eyes showing the whites.

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