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        12-13-2008, 04:25 PM
      #11
    Trained
    Beautiful horses UnderFire!
    Hank is my favourite. Nothing like a nice flashy solid chestnut.
         
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        12-13-2008, 04:29 PM
      #12
    Foal
    Thank you WSArabians! He was a blast to ride. I actually have a picture of him as a 2yr old when they showed him in park harness and he's the biggest on ein the class! Lol. His color was gorgeous. Almost more auburn when it got darker. But of course when he was body clipped he looked like a dull roadside cone. Haha. For a lost old man he was amazing.j/k. I thought it was pretty cool to egt a Morgan that big too. Now a days they are breeding for height more, but for his day and age he was "huge".
         
        12-13-2008, 04:42 PM
      #13
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by drop_your_reins    
    Okay, so I keep posting replies with pictures, and I keep getting denied. :-/

    So here's my web gallery.. I'm attempting amateur photography, hence the random photos in here. Anyway the first photo is my Golden, the next 8 are my gelding Smokey at 23 and 24.

    The photos of the foal are of my trainer's now 2 year old who is by HVK Belle Flaire.. In the first photo she is shown with her dam.. you can see her granddam, and aunts in other photos. The pony is of no relation ;).

    Then a few more of my Golden, a couple at a Yankees game, then the photos of my filly, Scarlet.. The black gelding is Smokey again. The golden in one of the snow pictures is not mine, it my trainer's brother's. If your interested, the black puppy is my boyfriend's. And that ugly kid is my boyfriend.

    Okay well go look, I was just going to post certain photos but I've spent like a half hour picking them out only to get booted back again and again due to some board technicality

    Picasa Web Albums - Michelle - Gallery
    Beautiful horses and pictures!
    Smokey is stunning.
    And, you're boyfriend is rather cute, I must say. ;)

    I've stolen a few of my faves of your pictures to show off for you. :)











         
        12-13-2008, 04:46 PM
      #14
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Underfire05    
    Thank you WSArabians! He was a blast to ride. I actually have a picture of him as a 2yr old when they showed him in park harness and he's the biggest on ein the class! Lol. His color was gorgeous. Almost more auburn when it got darker. But of course when he was body clipped he looked like a dull roadside cone. Haha. For a lost old man he was amazing.j/k. I thought it was pretty cool to egt a Morgan that big too. Now a days they are breeding for height more, but for his day and age he was "huge".
    You're welcome.

    Morgans are getting quite big these days, though I must say that I'm a fan of the "old style" Morgans, like someone else has said, the more bulldog type.
    Same with the Quarter Horses. I think people have bred too much Thoroughbred into them and I prefer the looks of the Foundation horses.

    Not to say that the tall Morgans aren't beautiful, of course. The show barn I worked at had a 2 year old that was pushing 17 hands, pitch black. Just a gorgeous horse.
         
        12-13-2008, 04:50 PM
      #15
    Foal
    I agree, I also liek teh older look and build. I just happened to own some freakishly tall ones. Lol. My 1st mare, the 14.3 hand one was real old school. I loved her too death. My busted knees didn't go crazy when I tried to mount her!

    I just have a tall upper body so the "longer necked" one's looked more proportional with me as a rider.

    Gorgous pics drop_your_reins!! I love he baby! So cute :)
         
        12-13-2008, 05:11 PM
      #16
    Trained
    Okay, got a few not-so-good snapshots of our Morgan mares.

    This is Snowdrift. She's 17, and such a sweetie. :)
    Monaco North Snow Drift Morgan







    DoubleDip. She's seven. I always call her the goofy looking horse. LOL
    North Double Dip Morgan







    And Cotton. She's 10. One of our best, and a daughter of Snowdrift. :)
    North Cotton Puff Morgan







         
        12-13-2008, 05:53 PM
      #17
    Trained
    This is our half Morgan (Morab) filly Khara. She's by DoubleDip and my Khemosabi stallion. :)
    LOTS of personaility in this girl. ;)











    Doubledips Filly Morab

    This is Rev, our half Morgan (Morab) colt out of Snowdrift and my Khemosabi stallion. I'll be conceited and say that I think he is gorgeous.









    Wsa Khanadian Reverly Morab
         
        12-13-2008, 07:55 PM
      #18
    Foal
    OOOOH! If that colt goes missing I swear I didn't do it!!! ;)
    He is so cute! Obviously knows it too. Lol
         
        12-13-2008, 08:03 PM
      #19
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Underfire05    
    OOOOH! If that colt goes missing I swear I didn't do it!!! ;)
    He is so cute! Obviously knows it too. Lol
    Oh, he`s one of the biggest show offs! LOL

    Him, Khaper, and Comet (Two of my Arabians) have contests to see how can show off the most.

    Rev is a gorgeous horse to watch.
         
        12-13-2008, 08:17 PM
      #20
    Foal
    He looks like it! I'm sure he's even more gorgeous in person! My little morgan mare used to be like that. Didn't matter if someone was watching or not,she would just run and trot with her tail flagging in the air like she was the queen of the world.lol
         

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