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    01-30-2013, 03:17 AM
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Wow he's gorgeous! Actually related to a gelding we had too. Our gelding was a son of Zippo Dandy, who was by Zippo Pine Bar and out the Windchester mare Miss Shy Wind. He was deffinitely a WP bred horse, but he made one heck of an all around horse. He was good at team roping, and even though he was 16.1 hands he ran and turned barrels and poles like a speedy little 14.3 hand horse! And no matter what kind of class we endered him in, he ALWAYS turned heads and never failed to place in the ribbons. I got a feeling your guy will be like that.
This was our horse, Ranger:

Sorry, I couldn't decide what photo would be a good one of him to show xD
Also, in the photo with the 5th place ribbon, we got that after I messed up and went off course in a HALTER class.. Didn't have proper attire either, and we still got fifth. And in one here shows him turning a barrel well at a lope/gallop
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    01-30-2013, 03:22 AM
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My point is, can't always go by looks lol
     
    01-30-2013, 05:32 PM
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Originally Posted by Nokotaheaven    
Wow he's gorgeous! Actually related to a gelding we had too. Our gelding was a son of Zippo Dandy, who was by Zippo Pine Bar and out the Windchester mare Miss Shy Wind. He was deffinitely a WP bred horse, but he made one heck of an all around horse. He was good at team roping, and even though he was 16.1 hands he ran and turned barrels and poles like a speedy little 14.3 hand horse! And no matter what kind of class we endered him in, he ALWAYS turned heads and never failed to place in the ribbons. I got a feeling your guy will be like that.
This was our horse, Ranger:

Sorry, I couldn't decide what photo would be a good one of him to show xD
Also, in the photo with the 5th place ribbon, we got that after I messed up and went off course in a HALTER class.. Didn't have proper attire either, and we still got fifth. And in one here shows him turning a barrel well at a lope/gallop
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Very cute lol I named mine ranger too:) I would like to do speed events with him but he is way to slow
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    01-30-2013, 05:41 PM
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Haha thank you :)
And you can probably do fun shows with him for speed events :P
     
    01-30-2013, 06:02 PM
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Haha thank you :)
And you can probably do fun shows with him for speed events :P
Yea I have tried it with him:) just extremely slow:)
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    01-30-2013, 06:10 PM
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Haha aww
     

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