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        03-05-2007, 07:16 PM
    Yes I have heard of Kigers and I own one and they are awsome, we are training my little girl for trail riding, and for my granddaughter to ride.
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        03-06-2007, 02:26 PM
    I agree, duns are beautiful horses
        03-06-2007, 08:31 PM
    My kiger is a red line back dun which is what most are she has a tri colored mane and tail, and she is so smart, and very loving, when we got her she was never touched by human hands, she was captive raised, but they did not work with them or anything, and I will have her 1 year on the 20th of this month, and she has come a long way. These horses are so versital, loving and very giving, and once they trust you they will do anything for you... I have had QT, I own a regestered paint, a BLM mustang,a qt.tb cross, and she has my heart. we are very pleased with this breed,and I wish everyone could own one and experence what I have with her.
        03-11-2007, 11:01 AM
        03-30-2007, 12:14 AM
    THERE IS ALLOT MORE TO THIS BREED THEN COLOR,opps sorry about the caps. I ca not express enough to everyone that this breed as so awsome.
        04-25-2007, 08:58 PM
    ACKK!! I've always wanted one they are soooo gorgeous
        05-08-2007, 01:23 PM
    Kigers at auction

    Was at a horse auction bout three years ago in OR. Kiger was the featured breed and there was maybe 15-20 Kigers from one breeder there. Those horses have awsome color and an 80's rock star mane but after that its a tough sell. Amongst all the hoopla about these Steens Mtn. Kiges they started the bidding on the select ponys and the price just went down,down, down with no takers. Finaly the owner sends a string of about a dozen into the shute and the auctioneer starts again...nothin, in exasperation and seeing he's built a white elephant he asks if anyone would like to select a horse out of the string for like $600 please raise their card...nothin. The poor guy gets down to $100-$200 before he gets action.
    When you see these horses against the other breeds they look strange, sorry Kiger lovers. Having never seen Kigers before that my first impression was "what the heck is that thing?" Huge head, long stretched out body, thick short legs,my impressions were not alone that day.
        05-09-2007, 04:05 AM
    I have heard of the breed but I have only seen a cartoon horse
    In the breed but I thought he was beautiful straight away. :!:
        05-24-2007, 10:21 PM
    Have you seen the movie "spirt: stallion of the cimaron"
    *spelling?* that movie was inspired by the kinger mustang and I just love the breed and the movie!!!
        06-05-2007, 09:25 PM
    Yeah, if my memory is correct, I do believe that they had a kiger at one of the Breyer Fests a few years back.... They are goregeous though!!

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