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        06-29-2007, 09:21 PM
    Originally Posted by *ArabianPrincess*
    she looks as if she might be a Soild Appy x..
    Her tail is fine (like some appy's can be) and her head reminds me so much of one.

    But then I can see Standardbred in her..
    She dosnt look like a quarter pony to me..

    I've been saying that for quiet some time now. Haha.
    And as I said before..

    Originally Posted by *ArabianPrincess*
    You just have to remember you can't go saying what breed your horse is without having proof.

    I would say your horse is a Grade pony

    At lest its something.
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        06-30-2007, 08:06 AM
    Originally Posted by ~AUSSIE SHOWJUMPER~
    Well she is pretty nice anyway!
    1. Quarter horse?
    How many guesses can I have?
    2. Welsh
    3. Defintally not a standard bred!
    4. Thoroughbred

    5. Just a nice looking horse?

    Which one??
    He he he

    Sorry but I have too disagree with you on number 4. A TB. Personally to me it doesn't look tall enough for one..
        06-30-2007, 11:50 AM
    I know a 14.3hh thoroughbred.

    Size dosnt matter. :roll:

    AS I said before!!!!

    You can't say what breed that pony is because you don't have proof!
    I would say its a Grade Pony. At lest its something.
        06-30-2007, 07:16 PM
    Originally Posted by *ArabianPrincess*
    i know a 14.3hh thoroughbred.

    Size dosnt matter. :roll:

    AS I said before!!!!

    You can't say what breed that pony is because you don't have proof!
    I would say its a Grade Pony. At lest its something.
    Nor can you. The point of this post was to guess the breed, not get yelled at because everyone didn't take your opinion into consideration.

    She still didn't state the size. And yes, size does matter.
        06-30-2007, 09:58 PM
    Her mane, tail and face look a bit like a welsh to me.

    My proof or backup:
    1.To me it looks like the size of a welsh, but yes like people have said size doesn't really matter.
    2. Her legs and neck to me seem some what cross like, but I might be wrong.

    I think she might be a welsh cross grade pony or one of the two...
        07-19-2007, 10:32 PM
    sport pony size

    I think she's just a half a hand or one hand shy of being a horse. 14 or 14.5 hh. I measure to the top of her withers? We measured her once, I can't remember.

    Thanks! :P
        07-20-2007, 01:29 PM
    14hh or 14.5 that's a big jump.. and 14.5 would be 15.1...
    As for the pony goes a welsh cross maybe quarter pony..
        07-20-2007, 02:01 PM
    She looks like she could have some morgan in her to me, but I thought welsh too.
        07-20-2007, 03:55 PM
    hoof stripes

    Had the farrier out today, forgot to mention her back hoofs, or at least one, has a vertical stripe in it. I told him the input about being an appy-x. He didn't say anything till he got to the back hoofs, then noted the stripe. I'll get the measurement up, asap. Getting hay tonight. :o

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