Originally Posted by Chopsticks
Thanks Sinister! Yes, it's sort of funny buying a cob sized bridle and the widest saddle I can find so going to agree with you on the head thing! Folks have often told me he looks like a little carriage horse, maybe belgian or perch so it was a good guess. When he came to me his tail was cut very short which added to the effect. I think his QH lines are foundation but don't know much about old QH pedigrees. Maybe I'll post in genetics someday.
I know what you mean; when I got my first pony she has a big cob head but needs an extra wide saddle. I got some weird looks buying a cob bridle [set on the smallest settings] and an extra wide pony saddle