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    01-06-2014, 08:27 PM
Originally Posted by Serenity06    
Thanks everyone! They are horrible pics but the best I had to work with.

I have actually already met and seen him in person. Bought the filly I used to have from them. This guy is actually one of the sweetest and calmest studs I have ever been around. A complete gentleman! Is penned next to 2 other young studs and usually has a horse in with him for company.

I do need to look at his legs better. He's only green broke currently. I can't imagine WHY we would leave him a stud. The ultimate decision is mom's, she's actually the one looking at him. :)
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I'm glad he's a nice boy. Moonie was so well known on the circuit for his bad temper that when someone first saw me riding him at the Region 9 Champs, they asked my trainer if he'd lost his mind letting an amateur ride that stallion. They didn't know we had gelded him first thing.
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    01-14-2014, 06:40 PM
We decided against him. He has only had a few rides and needs more work then we originally thought.

Instead we decided on a 15.3hh sabino arabian gelding that is the sire to the filly I had. Shiver Me Timbers aka Hook has more riding time but will still be a fun project :)
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    01-15-2014, 08:47 AM
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Originally Posted by HunterJumperShow    
I think his pasterns are really steep and it looks like he is over at the knee, maybe also a tad uphill? I love him though, he's really cute looking- the short back suits him well because his neck balances it out (:

I would defiantly suggest gelding him, not because I think stallions are bad, but we defiantly don't want any accidental breeding as his conformation isn't the greatest.

Good luck with him if you decide to get him! He is beautiful (:
I agree he looks over the knee. I also hope that the OP decides to geld him.
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    01-15-2014, 11:19 AM
We definitely would have been gelding him ;) We decided between his front legs and the amount of work he needs to buy a broker gelding from them for the same price :)
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    01-19-2014, 03:49 AM
I LOVE! The second to last piture he has that "Spanish" look to him... Can't really comment on his lines as I don't know anything when it comes to that stuff, but he looks bigger boned than the Arabians I have seen. Idk I like him lol

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