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Is my previous horse a full American Quarter Horse or is he mixed with something?

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    03-04-2014, 04:50 PM
Most likely he is a QH. However he could have some TB blood in there as well, as it so common for QH's to have just a smidge of TB blood.

My paint horse has bloodlines which include TB, Arabian, Paint and QH if you look way back. Everyone thinks she is a spotted saddle horse when they see her.

Since QH's are so common, I would say he is predominantly a QH.
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    03-04-2014, 04:50 PM
Meh.. looks like he could be full.. but either way he just looks like a nice horse, so why worry about the exact breed? All we can do on here is take guesses anyway.
    03-04-2014, 05:34 PM
What makes QH's great is that the breed was infused with several different breeds and over the years many end up looking less typey bc of this, which makes them generally healthier.
A QH can look like an Arab...or a TB--many TB's look like QH's.
He looks like a typical sorrel QH to me.

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