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        07-28-2013, 07:01 PM
    Originally Posted by horsecrazed09    
    I have the breeding report and I got her from a close friend. Frankly I'm not looking to prove what she is to anyone just looking for confirmation critiques. Thanks
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    I did not mean what I posted in a negative way at all, hope it didn't offend you because it was not my intentions. It's a beautiful horse.
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        07-28-2013, 09:26 PM
    I like the way he looked in December - more balanced. Since then he appears to have gotten longer without getting taller. Right now she looks long backed. She also appears tied in at the knee. And without a photo of her standing square I can't say what it is, but something looks really odd about her rear pasterns.

    All and all she looks like she would be a solid using sort.
        07-29-2013, 02:57 AM
    A nice type of horse, perhaps a little weak in the hind end, and also her hocks look slightly weak. However she has a lovely sloping shoulder, and a neck that looks like it will be nicely rounded and a lovely shape once she starts being ridden and muscles up. She is nicely uphill, and although her wither is quite prominent I am again guessing once she comes into work and her back muscles up it will be more in proportion. She also looks to have a lovely head on her, will be interesting to see how she matures!
        08-17-2013, 01:03 AM
    So for anyone interested here is her photo this month its taken 1 month after the last one posted 8-16-2013
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        08-17-2013, 01:12 AM
    She is tiny for a draft cross, isn't she? My gelding (Percheron/paint cross) was 15hh as a 2yo and is now about 16.2hh as a 4yo.

    I agree with what the others have said. She is a bit light on bone and light behind. Really, though, she looks like a good little using horse. My only is her shark-fin withers. Hopefully you won't have to get a custom saddle to accommodate those (my friend's Arab gelding has shark-fin withers like those and she ended up having to go with a custom saddle to fit him).
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        08-17-2013, 12:51 PM
    She is tiny but her sire has consistently thrown late bloomers
        08-17-2013, 02:57 PM
    She still has some growing to do. Her shape will change by the time she is 6. Out of curiosity only, what was her dam ? Was the sire the draft cross ? Or the dam ? I have been told by Draft breeders, that if the Dam is the larger horse, the foal will be larger. Do not know how true this is, but I have 2 draft type crosses out of draft mares, one large more warmblood looking mare out of a quarter mare. You can see their pics on my user name . Mimi is the shire xappy out of a quarter mare. Moose and suzi are perch x appy and begian x appy. ( lol not sposed to be appy but the joke was on me .. )
        08-17-2013, 11:44 PM
    Her **** is the Appaloosa and is 16hh and sire the shire at 17.2hh
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        08-20-2013, 11:47 AM
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    Her dam looks very draft and a lot of appaloosa's do!

    This foal got the best genetics from both parents less the size. Quite honestly, I think that is awesome!!! She is pretty nice!
        10-08-2013, 08:23 PM
    Here is a pic I took today

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