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post #41 of 69 Old 01-10-2013, 05:10 PM
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In my country and neighbor country there are some breeds more uncommon so I will post a few:

Furioso North-Star - hungarian warmblood breed, around 16 hands.They are only bay, liver chestnut or black. I've only seen bay though.

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Nonius - hungarian breed, used for any kind of discipline, mostly driving, bay or black in colour and around 15-16 hands.

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Hucul pony - romaniam breed, sturdy little horses used for driving and pulling logs in the mountains. They are very sure footed and easy keepers. Around 12-13 hands.

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Gidran - Hungarian (Anglo- Arab bloodline). Always chestnut in color.

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Romanian Draft horse - romaniam breed, used for driving and other agricultural activities. Around 15 - 16 hands.

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Shagya Arabian - hungarian breed. It's actualy a variety of Arabian breed or a Anglo - Arabian. It is used as a riding horse mostly. It retains a lot of Arabian characteristics while being taller and stockier than a purebred Arabian. Around 15-16 hands tall but it can be bigger than this sometimes.

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post #42 of 69 Old 01-14-2013, 07:59 PM
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O.K. I'd like to hop on here and help Amberly out about the American Blazer Horse if I could. Her information is correct, they are a size breed with an emphasis on stock horse type. They are very gentle good minded animals with a hardy constitution. 13 to 15 hands by the age of 5. If they exceed or are under this height by 5, their papers are surrendered.
Yes, it is a fairly new breed with many out crosses to various breeds as long as the particular mares met Neils stringent requirements (height, bone, short back and athleticism) to cross with Blaze. Consequently we DO have a few gaited horses which are a pleasure to ride. As far as some one cashin in on a new thing... well.... I guess that didn't work out so well for him. But as far as his passion for a good and functional horse that could put in a days work, he did a bang up job. I've never had one of my horses shod yet ( I'm not opposed to it) and I ride in the owyhees with never a chip or crack to speak of.
oh yah and no double dilutes are allowed (no blue eyes) and no greys either. Any other questions feel free to ask.
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Yes, brisco is a blazer, but cannot be registered because he is 17 hands, white above the knees, and has blue eyes. haha! (plus he's lazy.)

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Warlanders!!! I love those things. I don't know if you'd consider them an actual breed, but they're awesome. They're a cross between Friesians and Andalusians.



American Creams are pretty rare. They're a wonky color that isn't really cremello or white or anything else. They're supposed to have pink skin, cream fur, and hazel or amber eyes. I'm not sure what the proper genetic term would be. Maybe it's just cream. x) I've never seen this exact color on any other breed.


But then sometimes things go wrong in the color department, and you get Norman:


Everyone thinks he's a Belgian.
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When I was shopping around I tried out a American Creme, which I think he was just a cremello walker. They come in Champagnes, which is why their eyes are amber, and sometimes cremello.
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Norikers- (Also come in solids, probably more common)


Jutlands-


Poitou Donkey- (I want one!)



Just give me one and ill be so happy. Just look at them.
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OHMYGOSH!!! Look at it's ears! Man, I want one! those are amazing

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i have read several websites where they say white horses do exsist, contrary to popular belief. are you sure?
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i have read several websites where they say white horses do exsist, contrary to popular belief. are you sure?
Of course they exist, however, they are all either dead soon after birth or a normal colored horse covered entirely by one giant white marking, so not actually white except for appearances.

Would love to see links to all of these websites that you are reading that at though.
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Of course they exist, however, they are all either dead soon after birth or a normal colored horse covered entirely by one giant white marking, so not actually white except for appearances.

Would love to see links to all of these websites that you are reading that at though.
I'll try to find them I went on a reading spree yesterday and colorings and such . And I'm not trying to say your wrong at all. I am in no position . I am new and in the learning process preparing myself to own one day. I was just wondering.
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