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    07-19-2013, 04:39 PM
Green Broke
I'm also thinking the grey is lacking in the back half but if he is unfit right now that could change -- he is only five after all. Also, because of his age, growing a bit more height may happen. As well, is he tied in at the knees a tad (I still don't have my new glasses yet)? That may be a consideration with regard to future soundness. He looks calm and relaxed.
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    07-19-2013, 04:40 PM
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For me all horses need to have good quarters because they should be pushing from there - I think some of these weak ones in arabs maybe came about from all the interest in breeding for just a pretty head
If they can't push forward they feel like riding a pneumatic drill
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    07-19-2013, 05:06 PM
Not registered as of yet

Originally Posted by Joe4d    
as soon as I asked for a pic of the foot, and asked them when was good for a vet to come out I havent heard a peep out of them, but all things work out for the better, check out this guy, riding him this weekend and getting a ppe next week hopefully, looks great to me.

Sire RDO royal saracen,
Dame asaalah bint dafana
Joe ~ this gelding does not appear to be registered as of yet. I have a screen shot of the mares progeny which shows only one foal produced from the mare listed above. That foal is a 2006 Chestnut mare sired by SAUD EL QAHTAHN.
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    07-19-2013, 05:11 PM
Sire's information

And the sire's registered get are as follows:
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    07-19-2013, 05:32 PM
Originally Posted by Joe4d    
Owner says " Its not a club foot its just more narrow with a higher heel than the other."
originally they stated the normal club like look arabians have. I thought that was odd and had never heard that but maybe it isnt that uncommon. Is
that type of foot problem common in that line ? How does it affect horse for long term endurance work, I really do want to eventually complete at least 1 100 miler, and in the mean time do multi day 25's and single 50's
That looks like a mild club foot. It is common in some Arabians. One of mine has a mild club & has never taken a bad step in 25 years. I think the trick is to not try to make it look like the other foot.
He's very handsome & I think he would love doing endurance.
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    07-19-2013, 09:03 PM
Originally Posted by Joe4d    
but all things work out for the better, check out this guy, riding him this weekend and getting a ppe next week hopefully, looks great to me.

Sire RDO royal saracen,
Dame asaalah bint dafana
Might just be the photo, but appears to have swelling in his front pastern. Not a huge fan of his build either.
    07-20-2013, 09:45 AM
Green Broke
The 5yo isnt registered, selller has the aplication, and my sister is friends with original breeder, I am assuming I shouldnt have to alot of back tracking to do if I need to register. Horse hasnt been under saddle long, and is still growing.
    07-20-2013, 10:02 AM
Green Broke
That pics old as well, hopefull have some better pictures monday. The grey is a distress position, and I got knee high grass,, sooooo.
I wish I was out west as well, AERC nationals is in Idaho this year and I am thinking very hard about going to work the ride and horse shop, Probably be pretty easy to get a cheap ride back to the east if I find somethign there, as quite a few trucks will be headed back this way.

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