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  • Warmblood quarter horse cross
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    07-23-2011, 11:05 PM
Sorry to be rude heartprint, but this thread is for QUARTER HORSE crosses, just saying, cute foal though
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    07-23-2011, 11:11 PM
This is my Quarter Horse yearling. He was a surprise baby (seller didn't know purebred QH mare was pregnant until after she got her home - original owner had no clue that a stud got loose), so we're not sure if he's pure or a cross. His dam was kept at a Quarter Horse facility, so it's very possible that he's purebred.

    07-24-2011, 07:37 PM
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Zane is a QH/Missouri Fox Trotter cross. That wasn't my doing (I bought his mom and didn't know she was pregnant), but I have no problem with grades. And Quarter Horse is a good a cross as any, probably even better than most.

The only reason I thought it was odd is because they were crossing non-gaited to gaited, and if I personally was breeding a gaited mare I would choose a gaited stud. But hey, it was their breeding operation, not mine.

Zane is only a year old, and doesn't appear to be gaited at this point.

And to all the folks who think Quarter Horses should be kept "pure," the breed has only existed for what, maybe 60 years? So they come from a recent mixed ancestry anyway. Not to mention all those TB's they mixed in there.

I love purebreds, but I also love grades. I think both are great.
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    07-25-2011, 03:07 PM
i think i figured it out.

My quarab mare
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She may be a tad chubby looking. :) but, she's amazing either way!
Ok, she looks really chubby. I promise she isnt!
    07-26-2011, 02:45 PM
A little chubby is better than too skinny!! :)
    07-26-2011, 08:49 PM
I have a qh/appaloosa named bandit, and a qh/paint named roo. You can see both of these horses in my horses page. :)
    07-27-2011, 07:27 AM
Here is Shelby. She is an AQHA mare that we bought last year. She was recovering from a stifle injury and my daughter had just been riding her for a few weeks after almost a year off. She is the sweetest mare to work with. She is by Vested Pine and out of a daughter of Blazing Hot. If we never get her to a show pen we will not be unhappy as she is a lifer with us so far as we are concerned. (Excuse the mixed tack as she was riding her WP and decided to do a quick round with the English tack)
Sorry the pic is small but I couldnt get it to resize....

    07-27-2011, 10:04 AM
I love my MorganXQH pony Shaymus. He's the sweetest thing ever, and a really flashy mover. His temperament is fantastic, no spooking, no biting, kicking, etc, he's gentle with everyone. I couldn't ask for a better little guy. You can look at him in my barn.

Here is Shaymus taking my brother around for a ride. My brother had some riding lesson, but then got scared by a crazy horse that nearly dumped him. Now he'll only ride Shaymus because Shaymus never acts up or gets fresh. Don't critique my brother's equitation, we're working on getting him back in the saddle after years off. Lol Just posting the link because the pic is kind of big.
    07-27-2011, 10:53 AM
Everybodies quarter horses and quarter horse crosses are all so cute!
    07-27-2011, 11:48 AM
This is Arty My QH/TB cross and he also has warmblood in him. He's kinds of goofy looking now cause he's only two but he's a sweet heart.

This is him at 1 1/2

And heres a video of him now at 2 1/2 years

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