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    05-02-2007, 07:30 PM
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Quarabs

I am expecting two baby Quarabs soon from my two Arab mares. Has anyone ever dealt with Quarabs?
     
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    05-02-2007, 07:55 PM
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Well, back when, before they were know as quarabs. But were know instead as just 1/2 arab, 1/2 qh... I had a mare that I learned to ride on. She was great! Especially at throwing me off! LOL! Sure taught me how to land without being hurt...

She was a really good horse, had the personality of the arab, and the stocky sturdiness of the qh. She was about 14hh, could easily carry my 6 ft. Dad, as well as a 12 yr. Old girl. She was a little spookish, but was a great all around horse. That little mare could clear a 5 ft. Fence with a good 2 ft. To spare. (I was riding bareback with a hackamore at the time... ) I rode her western mostly, but she was very versitle. She had been a stunt horse in Hollywood westerns before my dad bought her.

Hope you post pics of the little ones.
     

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