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post #11 of 137 Old 07-28-2010, 01:12 AM Thread Starter
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ok, now i'm on a mission to find a halter horse I like and you guys don't think is weird, lol...

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post #12 of 137 Old 07-28-2010, 01:13 AM
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I absolutely adore this horse, though I can't find any good confo shots of him.


I bet the main problem with the neck on yours is that he is only a 3 year old this year and he could use some riding instead of bulking up for halter.

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Ok, I found one, but he's not a halter horse - Lol! I think he is a reiner and challenge horse. Love his build though:


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post #14 of 137 Old 07-28-2010, 01:20 AM
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Very nice horses.
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post #15 of 137 Old 07-28-2010, 01:22 AM
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Hey, mine's a cutter but then again, that is what a halter horse should look like. They are supposed to showcase the finest points of the breed and the breed is a performance breed so why shouldn't the halter horses also be performance horses?

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But OH, NO. They have to breed crap like this


Or this..................Which is HYPP N/H by the way.




Does anyone else find that absolutely hideous?

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Exactly.

I think my problem is I compare all the QH I see to ASH's now, lol!

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OMG. Those poor horses.

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post #19 of 137 Old 07-28-2010, 01:44 AM
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Does anyone else find that absolutely hideous?
OH MY GOD! That is horrifying!!! It looks like a very unhealthy human booty stuffed full of cottage cheese!

That poor white horse just doesn't look healthy to me. So uncomfortable under all that very unnatural looking bulk!

The first one is very strangely shaped, is it a victim of steroids? It's so strange!



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Ok, I found one, but he's not a halter horse - Lol! I think he is a reiner and challenge horse. Love his build though:

I like this horse a LOT! He's muscular but practical and fit looking, like an athlete not a mutant!



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