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post #41 of 48 Old 01-26-2013, 01:01 PM Thread Starter
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Hey now! I have a TB but he's thick, ha ha ha. And my Trakehner is even thicker. Guess I like them BIG and thick. Just giving you a hard time.
Scared for a a moment there lol

I don't think there is anything wrong with them just like the thick ones more

I like then big and thick as well, since a lot of what I do is trail riding through mountains and hills.
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post #42 of 48 Old 01-26-2013, 01:38 PM
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^^^ I was just messing! I am not sure why but I like them over 16hh. Mine are 16.3 and 17.2hh. My Trakehner looks like a perch, lol.

But I love your baby! Very pretty. I just probably like them big because mine are and I love them to death!!!

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post #43 of 48 Old 01-26-2013, 03:05 PM
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This is for BaileyJo as well.

I put her in with the stallion because I love her and the stallion and they are both really easy to handle and train so I want a foal with the same traits.
You ranch, your choice.
You breed 'em and feed 'em then ride 'em and work 'em.

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post #44 of 48 Old 01-26-2013, 04:33 PM
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Oh boy....anyway, she's not my cup of tea but she certainly is carrying some nice bone and looks very handy which is perfect for what you want. Her feet....your trimmer needs to take back some toe, because she was way too much toe....especially if you say she was 4 weeks in when these photos taken. As for turning out with a stud and the rest, this is the conformation forum so I will withhold comment on that.
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post #45 of 48 Old 01-28-2013, 10:54 PM
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You ranch, your choice.
You breed 'em and feed 'em then ride 'em and work 'em.
don't forget and geld.... and trim....
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post #46 of 48 Old 01-29-2013, 08:43 AM
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Oh yes.. I used to shoe my own too....

All of that. And take care of the cattle, fences, machinery, hay harvest.... It is a long list. Loved it. Money was a bit sketchy at times but that usually got worked out.

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post #47 of 48 Old 01-30-2013, 09:09 AM
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Overall I like her conformation. Saying that, the negative would be a slightly steep shoulder and lower neck tie in than I'd like to see. Excellent trail horse I imagine. Little tougher to collect for serious ring work though. She has beautiful coloring, but a lot of people can't see past spots or paints to what lies underneath. You see a lot of this when showing in anything but breed classes She should easily carry a decent load with her build, good hunting horse maybe too?
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post #48 of 48 Old 01-30-2013, 10:38 PM
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Agree with great conformation, unrefined head comments. Shes a cutie and I LOVE a good stout horse! Seems like she'd be my first pick on a rough trail ride!
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