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        06-05-2012, 11:24 PM
      #11
    Weanling
    As for the other question, I don't see any reason he CAN'T rein, and in all honesty I think a reining base is good to have on any western horse whether you compete in it or not. It helps you learn to control every part of the horse's body and the horse how to use himself if trained correctly. Now I'm not GREAT with confo, so someone please correct me if I am wrong, but the only fault that glares at me is how thin he is through his loin. That may be a baby thing though, again, not an expert, but a deeper, stronger loin is going to help a horse sit a hard stop better than a thinner, weaker one. Again, though, there isn't anything that I can see that would keep you from trying. :)
         
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        06-07-2012, 02:00 PM
      #12
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    Hi. I would say he has most definitely. Some QH in him. Maybe some welsh or some other pony. He would make a great Hunter/jumper. Ever thought? He's young, and probably very willing to learn. :) he's cute :3
         
        06-07-2012, 02:12 PM
      #13
    Trained
    I'd say he's got a lot of TB in him, some quarter/paint/appy in him. One of the three...lol.
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        06-07-2012, 02:54 PM
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    Weanling
    Breed? I'd say Appendix (QH/TB) with the possibility of the QH also being mixed with Paint (you see it A LOT theses days, QH/Paint mixes) So maybe a TB Sire and a QH/Paint Dam. He's cute, I love it when horses have white markings on their legs that have black spots in them (I know there is a name for them I just can't think) His facial marking is what has me thinking possible paint. Overall, I like him. And as far as discipline goes, he doesn't have any huge confirmation issues. In fact the only thing I see is something that some people prefer and that is that he has a short back. Its not a fault in my mind, it all kinda depends on how the horse carries themselves too. I think he could go any direction really. Nice Save.
         

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