For funnsies, what do you think of this gelding?

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For funnsies, what do you think of this gelding?

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        08-20-2013, 07:01 PM
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    For funnsies, what do you think of this gelding?

    This guy is "my" horse at work.

    His name is Fabio [right??] and he's a 9 year old, about 15hh, grade Arabian. He was sold as a Quarab but I reallllllly don't see QH in him - and, since he's not registered, there's no way to definitively say.

    Basically I'm just kind of wondering about what his conformation is best suited for - the 'normal' questions! Haha

    All in fun, of course!

    I didn't have time to get photos from the front and back today, but I can grab those tomorrow when I get a break.
    And maybe I'll grab one of his other side, without the mane in the way? I didn't even think of that when I was taking these but now I begin to wonder if that might cause difficulties! Haha

    This one, I think the camera angle is a bit skewed...not a ton but somewhat. However, it has better lighting than the more un-skewed one I took! Haha

    Here's the other one. Camera angle=better, lighting=MUCH worse! Haha

    Thanks! :)
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        08-20-2013, 07:05 PM
    He looks quarab to me. In fact, he looks like he could be the chestnut brother of my friend's quarab gelding.
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