01-13-2010, 06:11 PM
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Haha, well I worked with a gelding, who's dam we knew the breed of, but were uncertain of the fathers breed. His dam was a smaller pony, I'm thinking something along the welsh lines if I remember correctly, who ended up somehow getting out of her stall at a show, and got bred by the owners thought an Andalusian stallion. The gelding had an andalusian type mane and tail, as well as the thick rounded neck, a TINY chest, thick stocky legs, was a palomino type color, and was about 13 hands or so. Wasn't the prettiest horse I've seen. And an ugly fresian arabian cross. I saw another one that actually looked pretty nice, but this one in particular, had the fresian neck, arabian head, arabian legs, fresian butt, arabian shoulders, and the fresian mane and tail, but very little feathering. Don't remember what color she came out, but just wasn't a pretty horse, and she was definitely bred on purpose.