Originally Posted by rookie
my only thought is watch the feet. I have not owned a QH but I have worked with some. They can be more prone to hoof issues in my experience, because some have a very big body on a very small foot. Which leads to issues. I would look for soundness in mind and gait above all else.
Not true.....maybe if they were halter bred, ect. We have always owned, bred, raised Performance (Barrels,roping, ect) QHs and their feet follow their build. If you have a horse bred with big build and small feet that is what your going to get. If you have breeding that is bigger horses with bigger feet that is what your going to get.