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    10-16-2007, 07:10 AM
  #11
Foal
Regarding impressive

The breed impressive is a halter horse. They were bred for big bodies, getting muscle quick. You will find out that either people like them or don't. The quarter horse association is going to not let people register there horses if they are positive. I have a quarter horse that is fourteen and his father is impressive, first generation, one of the last one bred. I am lucky he is N/N but there alot of people out there that have positive/ negative and that is bad, alot of the horses that are that end up having a short life expectancy. If it is negative/positive alot of times it is much more controlled and they can live a normal life but you definitely don't want to breed one that has that. If you need more information, just type up
www.tamuk.edu/kfsdloo/course%20documents.htm or
www.answers.com/topic/impressive - I really like the information from here and it explains things well. Good luck, impressive bred horses are beautiful.
     
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    10-16-2007, 03:16 PM
  #12
Foal
Appy... what are the results???

You've got me curious!!
     
    10-16-2007, 03:28 PM
  #13
Trained
She tested positive N/H. I was really devastated, but we are making progress. My boyfriend has given me some excellent support, and I don't believe she's had an attack. Yet a few days ago, my boyfriend was like "talk her for a walk in the indoor" And of course I freaked out a bit, but it wasn't really anything. Her muscles just looked like super huge, but with walking it seemed to have gone down. So that was the first scare, but other than that she's doing great. Lunging beautifully and we're going back to jumping! I havent ridden her yet as I'm waiting for her new bit.
     

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