Thank you so so much for stepping in and saying to drop it.
That clipping looked cruel that's all I said. I know that others aren't but that one in the photo did. That's all I said. I didn't ask for a massive argument about that! I might clip my horse when I'm older. Like 1-2cm
WE ARE GEELONG! THE GREATEST TEAM OF ALL.....
I live in geelong in australia too. And I use to clip my old pony every season as he was in very hard work and grew a long dog coat. I can understand why you think it is cruel but it is atually better for horses in hard work as it enables them to sweat more and they are less likely to ouverheat I think its a tb as one of the fatest horses iv ever seen was tb
I would tend to lean toward the TB as well, my previous show hack was a very solid TB, and we get many over here is OZ in the Show Hunter ring that have very solid bone to them.
This is my girl, she's not as big in the leg but when we'd go to lessons people were always commenting that she had to be a 1/4 horse or warmblood, I used to love telling them that she was only a regular TB It's not the best photo it's a bit pixilated