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post #11 of 18 Old 10-16-2012, 05:01 PM
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"He is naturally athletic but on the lazy side." Does anyone else thing that this doesn't go together. My horse is really athletic but you have to force him to work till your blue in the face.

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post #12 of 18 Old 10-16-2012, 06:58 PM Thread Starter
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Ohh okay thank you everyone :)
And Peppy Barrel Racing, yeah. We also had a horse like that.

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Lol sounds like my mare lol
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post #14 of 18 Old 10-17-2012, 02:26 PM
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Looks like a chestnut roan to me. Greys lighten up first in the face. This guy has a dark head like a roan. To be sure of color it would be good to know what color the sire and dam are. But from the photo I would say chestnut roan. He is about the exact some color as a roan Fox Trotter mare that I know of, dark chestnut roan. Nice horse!

I had a real athletic Arabian gelding, but he was so laidback it was crazy, that may be what the people mean.
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post #15 of 18 Old 10-17-2012, 03:52 PM
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Is it weird I have an extremely unathletic horse that has too MUCH energy? Bet you guys didn't see that one coming.



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Is it weird I have an extremely unathletic horse that has too MUCH energy? Bet you guys didn't see that one coming.

Lol xD
Maybe try him with cows or try pole bending?

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Lol xD
Maybe try him with cows or try pole bending?
HAHA he would fall flat on his face. He's pigeon toed and extremely long through his pasterns, and he's all leg. He reminds me of myself... tall, lanky, uncoordinated... kinda slow... anyway, he is just going to be a fun hack horse until he proves to me he is meant for a higher purpose. :P

Keep in mind I said he is "UN"athletic. He's just a big ball of energy and enjoys spooking at everything.


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HAHA he would fall flat on his face. He's pigeon toed and extremely long through his pasterns, and he's all leg. He reminds me of myself... tall, lanky, uncoordinated... kinda slow... anyway, he is just going to be a fun hack horse until he proves to me he is meant for a higher purpose. :P

Keep in mind I said he is "UN"athletic. He's just a big ball of energy and enjoys spooking at everything.
Ohh hahaha xD

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