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    02-03-2012, 10:38 AM
  #1
Foal
Exclamation this is NOT my horse, but he is interesting

I was in the market, looking for a foal. I recently posted a thread about my horse, bella, and against my better judgement.. I went with the option to not breed her. So now I am looking for a foal. And I came across this little guy. And no, I am NOT buying him. But I needed to share this picture of him. What is wrong with him? Will he ever even out? I have never seen that much of a slope before. Ever. And I found it slightly interesting... so I figured I would post just to see what yall thought of him.

Awesome Bay Tobiano Yearling Gelding-loud
     
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    02-03-2012, 11:00 AM
  #2
Weanling
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Originally Posted by mlouati1389    
i was in the market, looking for a foal. I recently posted a thread about my horse, bella, and against my better judgement.. I went with the option to not breed her. So now I am looking for a foal. And I came across this little guy. And no, I am NOT buying him. But I needed to share this picture of him. What is wrong with him? Will he ever even out? I have never seen that much of a slope before. Ever. And I found it slightly interesting... so I figured I would post just to see what yall thought of him.

Awesome Bay Tobiano Yearling Gelding-loud

He is young.. its hard to say from the picture about the slant.. He could be standing in a hole.. or on slanted ground? I went to their website and found these pictures of him. He doesnt look as slanted in these ones. Most foals are born with high bums and usually grow out of it, but the pictures they have of him make him look funny.. very funny indeed...
     
    02-03-2012, 11:03 AM
  #3
Showing
Momma's slightly bum high, so while he may grow out of most of it, I'm betting he'll always be downhill. He got her long back, too. Bummer.
     
    02-03-2012, 11:34 AM
  #4
Weanling
He's cute, but all babies are cute.

They've really come down in the price since being first listed on their website. I still think $500 is too much. IMO, for that price he should at least be halter broke, although they do say they will halter break him. Just makes me wonder how much interaction he has actually had. Sire on Allbreed listed as not very big either and the dam doesn't look that tall. So he probably won't get too tall. Just something to keep in mind for future endeavors.

Mr. Tramp is pretty far back too. Not sure what makes him so "Awesome" but that is purely up to someone's own liking. And I'm not the one trying to sell him.
     
    02-03-2012, 11:35 PM
  #5
Showing
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Originally Posted by BaileyJo    
Not sure what makes him so "Awesome" but that is purely up to someone's own liking.
They probably think his coloring/pattern make him "awesome."
     

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