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        02-03-2012, 10:52 AM
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    DraftyAiresMum & masatisan he does look like both that you posted. I was curious if he has Clyde somewhere in his line because of how stocky he is and most regular halters fit on the very last of the rope.. He's about 1100lbs now and the vet said he could use another 150-200lbs or so. He sure eats like a Clyde let me tell ya
         
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        02-07-2012, 10:53 AM
      #22
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    Im with the people that think he is mixed with clydesdale... though he seems to have more of a quarter body to me than anything. So I think he is either clyde/quarter or clyde/thoroughbred. Those 2 pictured below are clyde/quarters.
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        02-07-2012, 11:09 AM
      #23
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    Originally Posted by mlouati1389    
    im with the people that think he is mixed with clydesdale... though he seems to have more of a quarter body to me than anything. So I think he is either clyde/quarter or clyde/thoroughbred. Those 2 pictured below are clyde/quarters.
    I think your right. That looks exactly like him. He does have more of a quarter/tb build and his feet/blaze/and head are more clyde like. Thanks!
         

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