Since I'm allergic to regular horses, I'm biased towards curly horses. For those that don't know, curly horses are hypoallergenic for most people.
I just wonder what the "real" horse world thinks of them? Curlies can be gaited, drafts, stock horse type, sport horse type or more mustang type. They've been crossed with nearly every breed.
So what do you think? Would you ever consider one even if you're not allergic? What makes them appealing or not?
I don't want to post other people's pics here but you can visit http://www.curlyhorsecountry.com/curlyaction.htm to see curlies in action. You are also welcome to look at my horses here to see examples of curlies. I welcome critiques on my horses but I know they aren't perfect examples of the breed.
ETA: Here's some pics of mine both in their curls and not:
In this last pic, Sailor has an abcess on his chest. It's better now.