Join Date: May 2011
Location: Chino Valley, AZ
I would say on the Quarabs, just be careful of the lines the horse has. My friend has a quarab gelding that is from just two random parents (obviously one QH and one arab, but they weren't selected for any particular traits, they were just tossed together in much the same way "designer dogs" are bred) and he is probably one of my least favorite horses in the world. His gaits are extremely rough, his conformation is horrible (even I with my limited conformation experience can see that) and he is one of the hardest to deal with horses I have ever met (could possibly be because his owner has had him since he was 2 and he's now 16 and she lets him get away with murder because "it's cute"). Not saying all are like that, because I've seen some really nice ones, but just beware of the bad ones.
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