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Potential first arabian - conformation critique

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        05-03-2012, 08:34 AM
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    To me temperment out weighs most confirmation flaws, unless I was to show. She is a lovely one.
         
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        05-03-2012, 01:53 PM
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    Arabs tend to be spookier than other breeds, I think because they are hyper aware of their environments, which is what makes them so great in some ways but a little silly in others. My arab gelding has def. Gotten better over the years as we've developed trust, but he still prefers to be in a group rather than solo- even though we are leaps and bounds from where we started. Bad news is he's 19, so the general spookiness never goes away but it gets better and more manageable. I figure by the time he's 30 we should be all set! ;)
         

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