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post #1 of 22 Old 04-02-2013, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
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What breed does everybody think he is passport says unknown but he's passport we with the dartmoor pony society as a non registered equine any suggestions welcome was sold him as just a cob x he's around 13.3 14hh
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I'm trying to do it now its proving a pain on my phone will do it on the laptop now sorry
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I'm trying to do it now its proving a pain on my phone will do it on the laptop now sorry
No worries. Was just hoping to see pretty pony pics...and thought you'd forgotten them. Lol
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hopefully worked:)
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Can we see better pictures? More like conformational pictures?

EX) Both his left/right side. Front view and rear view.

He does look perdy though.

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His head looks gypsy cob to me, for some reason.
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these are the best full pics as I've got atm will get some more tomorrow really strange as he has a really rounded nose fine legs but big chunky strong hooves very odd lol
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Keeley, I do think he is a 'cob'. This made obvious by his head, body and hooves. I imagine he could be a Gypsy cross something, going by his colour. Probably crossed with something lighter, given his bone. I have seen many Gypsy crosses, which looked similar. He's also just about the usual height, for Gypsies or crosses.

If you are in the UK, then there are loads of cobs there, which have Gypsies in their background. Many of course, are bred because of the Gypsy's known solid temperaments. Others breed for some colour.

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