I have 4 purebred Arabs and my husbands older grade mare. Arabians are the horse for me and I can't imagine life without them. I love and appreciate other breeds but the Arabs are my favorite. I love their personalities and their incredible looks. They are the type of horses that beg to be worked with or go riding. They are also so much fun to photograph because they are always wanting to show off.
Maybe no one don't know anything from finnhorse.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finnhorse.
But my mare Vevi is this breed. She is flaxen what is very common color in this breed. As a filly she was supposed to become a trotter(many are trotter).
Breed is deserving trotter, jumping horse(highst fence about 130 cm), dressagehorse, carriage driving, western...
And it is very cute horse just like my horsehttp://pets.webshots.com/photo/11679...57429077WxycoZ
No one else like Finn can understand it =)
I have a paint, mostly QH. I have wanted a colored paint all my life, and I wanted the all around QH. I ride trail only. I also wanted a gaited horse as my bones just don't bounce well, but thought, oh well, I finally found a QH paint.
Christy is gaited! Yipee!! She has a 4 beat intermediate gait. Super smooth and super fast! Now, I just have to learn to relax and breathe when in the saddle! :) LOL!
I own a 4 year old chestnut thoroughbred who I am turning into an event horse. I also am training a 3 year old bay thorughbred off the track, who has been recently gelded so that's been difficult. He has excellent gaits though and in a year or 2 he'll make an absolutly adorable ammy or junior hunter. I'm also looking into 2 horses that may be bought for me to train one is a 4 yr old coloured american warmblood and the other is dutch harnessxarabian (his pictures are on critique if anyone wants to look!!)