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post #31 of 69 Old 01-07-2013, 11:56 PM
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There were a couple of Blazers in my county 4-H a few years back...theirs' looked more refined then a QH, and one was gaited, so I don't know if it had more saddlebred in it...I wish I had taken pictures of them. Dang it
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post #32 of 69 Old 01-07-2013, 11:59 PM
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Blazer horses are made up of American Saddlebred, Morgan, and American Quarter Horse. And, jsut to inform you - there is such thing as white horses. Pink skin and white fur = white. Brisco is 20 years old and very much healthy. Yes, he may be CALLED Cremello - but there he is white horse. Everybody calls him cremello, but he's white.
Horses have hair....not fur

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post #33 of 69 Old 01-08-2013, 12:16 PM Thread Starter
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that's fine! I say that they are the same thing, even though they aren't. Haha!

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post #34 of 69 Old 01-08-2013, 12:31 PM
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I would love to talk to more people that own them, as to this date I have not! My girl two owners ago was a dressage champ but not sure what level and such. A change in her life forced that owner to sell. I really do not know details. Too bad I know nothing about dressage. Could be fun!
My neighbour has one, he is an absoluteky stunning dappled grey. I think she events him.
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post #35 of 69 Old 01-08-2013, 06:37 PM
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OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO nice, picturessssssssss!!! How big is he and so on?

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post #36 of 69 Old 01-08-2013, 07:38 PM
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I am not incorrect. If you would like, I can email one of the best horse people I know and let you know her response. Cremello is actually a more of a yellow/cream color. However, My entire family calls him white, and all the members of my 4-H club call him white. I have seen a cremello, and they are more creamy-colored. I am not saying you're incorrect though, don't read me wrong.
So this guy is cremello:



And this horse is white:



Is that what you would say?

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post #37 of 69 Old 01-09-2013, 09:08 AM
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I say, SPF 100 anyone?

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post #38 of 69 Old 01-09-2013, 12:58 PM
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Florida Cracker horses aren't very common I don't think. I know someone who owns one (is actually trying to sell him). And Rheinland Pfalz Saars I don't think are common in the US. I know someone who imported a BEAUTIFUL Rheinland years ago. Gorgeous big boned beautiful moving gelding. No pictures unfortunately.
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post #39 of 69 Old 01-10-2013, 12:14 PM Thread Starter
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I have never heard of a Florida Cracker before! That's an awesome name.
@nvr2many: My white (or cremello as most people call him) is 17 hands tall. Golley (the brown one) is only 13.5 hands tall. Brisco is the bossiest horse ever, and Golley will do anything you tell him to.
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I have never heard of a Florida Cracker before! That's an awesome name.
@nvr2many: My white (or cremello as most people call him) is 17 hands tall. Golley (the brown one) is only 13.5 hands tall. Brisco is the bossiest horse ever, and Golley will do anything you tell him to.
I don't know anything on the breed... but since everyone else has corrected you on the colour, I need to pipe in and say Brisco is very underweight
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