Little bay horse is hubby's 93.3% Foundation Quarter Horse - Sargent San Peppy.
He is a grandson of Colonel Freckles on the top and San Peppy horses on the bottom. This picture was taken the day we brought him home. He has the smoothest lope I have EVER rode and I used to ride a horse with western pleasure points out the wazootie. Sarge can spin on a dime, go all day, rides like a dream and is super smart and very cowy and quick on his feet. He wishes he still got to chase cows but he doesn't get to as often as he would like!
The big sorrel horse, Dashing Big Red, was my horse until I gave him to a lady on this board. Red is by Dashing Val, who is by Dash For Cash. Red has a Register of Merit in Racing and a speed index of 98. Red is FAST as all get out. Hahahaha. Sarge is the dominant horse but couldn't catch Red on his best day and Red's worst. Red is a little down hill as a good racer should be - but has ridiculously small feet - he is the Rhett Butler of feet. He won 2 races, a few 2nd's and 3rds, and was in the money for many of his races. He raced 20 times. His new owner is doing dressage and going to go into eventing on him. He loves to jump!
Biscuit is a QH but is a longer than Sarge - not as long as Red - in the body. This picture he was heavier muscled than he is now. We have done tons of the long slow distance riding and he has trimmed up considerably. He is fast as all get out, strong and quick on his feet.
They all three are QH but just a little different. QH's are great for their versatility !