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post #31 of 58 Old 05-01-2012, 07:41 AM
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Easiest thing to do would be do DNA test to see.
The DNA tests that are currently available are not at all reliable. They have returned some very odd results, including when testing known purebreds, eg registered QHs testing as various mixed breeds.

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post #32 of 58 Old 05-01-2012, 05:14 PM
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what ever his breed he is very cute

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post #33 of 58 Old 10-22-2012, 04:49 PM
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actually,he has no welsh in him whatsoever,"My moonshine man" a 7 yr old 15hh Andalusian,arab Clydesdale cross.....Stallion at Stud - Welcome to Mymoolah Stud

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post #34 of 58 Old 10-22-2012, 04:59 PM
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actually,he has no welsh in him whatsoever,"My moonshine man" a 7 yr old Andalusian,arab Clydesdale cross.....Stallion at Stud - Welcome to Mymoolah Stud
A bit of an old thread, but the website doesn't state he IS a Andalusian/Arab/Clyde, it states:

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He is a mixed breed with traites of andalusian, arab and clydesdale
I added the bold (and resisted the urge to correct the spelling).

So, they've just guessed on breed, just like the OP states.

Regardless, I really, really like him. I definitely see Welsh in there with those cute little ears.
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post #35 of 58 Old 10-24-2012, 08:40 AM Thread Starter
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Yep I know the sire's name and all the details that his owners have given about him. My inference from "with traits of" was that they were guessing on breed. Honestly I have no idea of his history. What I DO know, is that I wouldn't mind having another one of his babies. Satin is SUCH a lovely filly, and her half-siblings all have the same beautiful temperament and lovely type. I wouldn't mind a Cody baby out of my TB filly actually, he crosses really nicely to TB mares and it might add some height [Cody, the stallion, is only 15hh].

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If he is in Australia my guess is australian stock horse. They look similar to Andulusians.
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I kinda see connamara in him. Welsh neck but connamara would explain the color and a bit of the height.
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post #38 of 58 Old 10-24-2012, 09:45 AM Thread Starter
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If he is in Australia my guess is australian stock horse. They look similar to Andulusians.
Um, no they don't. I'm quite familiar with both breeds and they look NOTHING alike.

I think he might be a brumby or if not station bred at the very least. I have seen brumbies I would swear on my LIFE are purebred, registered welsh D's.

Re the person who mentioned connemara re colour and height, actually the Welsh breed has both Splash AND Sabino, which this stallion is, and definitely cream [buckskin and palomino are not uncommon in the breed], and there is a welsh D standing at stud this season that's 15.1, so in theory he COULD be purebred D. If he is, he's not registered.

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My guess is an Andalusian Fjord mix - silly but could be. He's built like a fjord, at 14.3 and built like a Tank, but he's got clear Andalusian traits. I see no Arab outside of his delicate ears, but that could be from any arab influenced breed. He's screaming Fjord to me.
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Punks, but aren't all fjords and fjord crosses dun? Cody's buckskin, no dun factor at all [have seen many many photos of him and am friends with his owner]. The Fjord breed is also REALLY rare in Aus... have only seen one for sale and I'm on classified sites every day.

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