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post #11 of 98 Old 04-25-2011, 02:36 PM
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He is pretty... Not a huge fan of his body but I LOVE his face! JW: Does he know HOW to put his head down? Lol

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post #12 of 98 Old 04-25-2011, 02:41 PM
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that's what I was wondering Haylee, He's got nice coloring but his front and hind end don't look well together. Like his head a little though, but I would prefer the second stud over the first.
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post #13 of 98 Old 04-25-2011, 02:48 PM
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Stunning Stallion!!!
We have a 5 year old Andalusian-Arab filly.
It's a very neat breed.
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The problem with the second stud is he has this weird butt. I mean, I know that arabians generally have high tails, but it's like his tailbone doesn't connect right- making an strange angle. Not a favorable thing on a stallion. He's nice otherwise, though =P



And Hayley- I'm not sure that he does! XD if you ask me, his owner hasn't in any way trained him to his potential. He relies more on force than anything, and his horses aren't very supple. The stud tucks his head beautifully when he's in his paddock, but when he's ridden its always waaay up there xD

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post #15 of 98 Old 04-25-2011, 02:53 PM
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Just my opinion that first stud is one of the weirdest looking horses I have ever seen... Maybe that last photo just makes his neck look oober short and thick? I don't know enough to critique though, in fact I find people on this forum tear apart a horse I think looks just fine to me. Just an overall impression that he was "wrong" looking... Very wrong looking. The grey Arabian stud is gorgeous though.
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So what do you guys think? =P we may be breeding him to our arabian mare Xcia next year ^^
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And the mare isn't mine. I don't own any horses
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post #17 of 98 Old 04-25-2011, 03:50 PM
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eww to both stallions.

Cute mare. I'd find a stallion that's more suitable to her!

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Should of seperated those two sentances more xD I was just adding as a comment that we're breeding her to him possibly. The 'what do you guys think' was aimed towards the stud just as a horse, not a breeding possibility.

And I don't own any horses- however, I work as an exercise rider and an assistant therapy instructor at the barn, and always refer to the barn as a whole as 'we' and 'us.'

I guess that is pretty confusing. :3 my appology! Should of worded the whole thing differently. Heh.

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Not my thing at all. Is that muscle in his neck (the first one)?

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post #20 of 98 Old 04-25-2011, 04:55 PM
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There is something about the Andi/Arab cross that I think is very attractive, and stunning, BUT there is also something about him that I don't like at all.

Good Luck in whichever direction you guys choose though
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