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    12-08-2011, 04:00 PM
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Weanling
This is "Classic Blue Stone" you can look up his pedigree at allbreedpedigree.com He is a QH but looks very much Arabian...
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    12-08-2011, 04:09 PM
  #12
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This is our 28 year old grade QH mare, Puddin'. She's now semi retired, and only does one or two beginner lessons a week just to keep her body in good condition.




Jasmine, our 12 year old QH who works as a heeler. She's rather out of shape at the moment and we're working on some ground manner issues, but she's a good girl.


And Delriah, our 49 year old QH mare. She was fully retired three weeks ago, unfortunately- due to nerve damage in her back legs, but still goes for walks on the trail twice a week with her kid friends :)



And Budweiser, our seven year old QH Saddlebred cross. Currently used for team roping.

     
    12-08-2011, 04:13 PM
  #13
Trained
49 YEARS OLD?!?!? WAY to go! How'd you do it? I'd love to see a full photo of her, that is AMAZING! What is the world record?
     
    12-08-2011, 05:33 PM
  #14
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I believe the world record is 64 ^^ Unfortunately though, Delriah's previouse owners did not update her registery past age 27, and she is no longer registered due to the 'over 20 years' policy. We do still have her papers, but they aren't valid- so if she were to make it to 64, we would not have 'proof.'

She's such a lovely girl though, and we really don't care. We're so happy to of had her for as long as we have- and 49 is something to be PROUD of! She's a real trooper.

Up until this fall she's been 100% sound and we actually used her in lessons even at this age, but her nerves are beginning to deteriorate and she's begun tripping, and so we have had to retire her. She doesn't know what to do without a job!

A picture of her a month or two ago.


And a few years ago, at age 46
     
    12-08-2011, 05:46 PM
  #15
Trained
She looks AMAZING! Again, WAY TO GO!! Hope she lasts much longer, you guys should be so proud!
My old man only lasted until he was a little over 28, but he had foundered and had colic twice before I got
Him at 7. I never had a problem with him but had to really watch it for over 21 years!
     
    12-08-2011, 06:20 PM
  #16
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Twenty eight is fantastic though! I'm sure he had a great life with you :)

Honestly we can't take any credit for her age. We got her in her mid-thirties, and actually didn't even realize she was that old until we located her papers. She's worked her whole life and just loves to live and have a job. Nothing makes her happier than a trail ride or a good grooming. She's treated no different from everyone else...lives outside 27-4, and eats a very basic feed. She's just a miracle on legs!
     
    12-08-2011, 07:44 PM
  #17
Yearling
This is my beautiful Gelding Harley he is 13 years old and 16hh, ived owned him for 4 years and when we got him he was wonderful then after a while he was a butt and just a pain, then he got injured and then he was calmer and was fine. Now his injury has worse again, so he is retired unless he gets bette he's now a pasture horse that I will ride once and a while. He weights around 1200 And has muscles.
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    12-08-2011, 07:48 PM
  #18
Trained
Woodstock is gorgeous!
I LOVE that last pic, MFQ!
     
    12-08-2011, 07:52 PM
  #19
Trained
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Originally Posted by Endiku    
I believe the world record is 64 ^^ Unfortunately though, Delriah's previouse owners did not update her registery past age 27, and she is no longer registered due to the 'over 20 years' policy. We do still have her papers, but they aren't valid- so if she were to make it to 64, we would not have 'proof.'

She's such a lovely girl though, and we really don't care. We're so happy to of had her for as long as we have- and 49 is something to be PROUD of! She's a real trooper.

Up until this fall she's been 100% sound and we actually used her in lessons even at this age, but her nerves are beginning to deteriorate and she's begun tripping, and so we have had to retire her. She doesn't know what to do without a job!

A picture of her a month or two ago.


And a few years ago, at age 46
Holy lord, that's incredible!!
She looks like a real treasure!
     
    12-08-2011, 08:00 PM
  #20
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This is Missy Frou Frou. She is a Quarab with TONS of personality. My baby... sorry the pics are so big.
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