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post #11 of 15 Old 11-10-2013, 10:37 PM
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Interesting tail cut. I've never see that on a HA/PB before. Is that more common in Australia?
She looks tall for her breeding.
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Interesting tail cut. I've never see that on a HA/PB before. Is that more common in Australia?
She looks tall for her breeding.
She is 14.3hh

Her tail is actually a false tail. She is mainly used as a show hack, which is basically a competition for how pretty the horse is under saddle, and how well trained and responsive they are, as well as how well the rider rides them. So because she competed in other classes over the two day show, she had her false tail in for the in-hand classes. However, looking at the pictures of other horses are the same show, I would say yes, it is fairly common in Australia

All the part-breds that I saw were shown plaited in the in-hand classes, so I assume that is the norm. I know the pures were shown "natural" though

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Heh she looks much taller!

So her natural tail is longer and not banged? I see her dads tail is the same.

Here in the US tails are long and not braided. My trainer shows sport horse in hand and while they are more clean cut and have braids in the mane tails are still natural. Interesting.

She is lovely regardless :)
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Now, don't quote me on this because I have never prepped a tail. However, that is false tail and natural tail together. The falsie is braided in to the center, just under the dock. Her natural tail is banged to the same length as the false tail so you can't see that there are effectively two different tails in there.

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Sire winning Champion Gelding at a Royal Show in 2011
He would do great in Sport horse in hand here. I read he was
Gelded. By looking at his daughter, he sires better than himself. She definitely got the typey face from the El Shaklan side of the pedigree.
I bet he'd be nice " undressed" and not posing...
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