Wow, everyone's TBs are absolutely beautiful!
I always told myself that when I bought a horse, I would not
be getting a TB. Not because I didn't like their personality (I love it), but because I absolutely hated how light boned most of the racing bred TBs were. And then I said, well, if I did
get a TB, it would NOT be a light boned racing bred type.
Guess who I fell in love with? LOL
A noodle-legged, short necked, racing bred yearling ;) she just sort of fell into my lap and wiggled her way into my heart, and now I wouldn't trade her for the stockiest, most versatile, loudest colored QH/Paint (my original 'dream horse') in the world. I think the only thing about her that fit my bill is that she's going to be very short (2 years old and 14hh right now) but I love her to death. You won't find a more eager to please little horse. She isn't registered due to being neglected, then orphaned, then neglected, then rescued, then neglected again- and she has some pretty horrific battle scars including a floppy right ear, but I love her to pieces and she has TOTALLY made me a TB fan.
Pardon her weight; she fluctuates like crazy because she's growing to make up for lost time after such poor nutrition for a while.