Thanks. She was a cool horse to ride. But one day her legs starting making a popping noise. So I stopped riding her. She was only 3 and her owners were talking about using her for jumping. In fact they wanted her trained for jumping in 3 months!
But then they found out that their stallion might have bred her. They were a nightmare.
Hmmm... too bad I don't have any pictures of my dad's horse. He was a morgan or morgan quarter horse cross, had a bull neck, absolutely no chest, stumps for legs, and half the time would try to gait though he had never been taught how. He had a rather plain head, but his forelock was always a short puffy bunch of hair, while his mane and tail were incredibly long and full. He was a complete sweetie though.
I love and miss this horse to death. He passed away on May 23 of this year. :(
I don't think he was ugly but he had the weirdest withers and ewe neck. You see the bottom of his neck where it connects to the chest? That was from a collision with a pipe fence when he was young (or so I was told). I had him about four years before he died of internal bleeding due to a nail puncturing his stomach.
His legs and hock look off in this. He actually had nice straight legs. It was just that he was standing weird in this photo. He was looking at the horse eating llama the neighbors just brought home and stopped dead to stare.
Oh and that odd dark stains around his mouth would be from molasses.
LOL @ the goat sticking his head in at the side!
And sorry to hear about him. Poor guy
Here is Hero - I found his neck to be ugly and his short tail but we are getting there he has to cutest face so I can't complain!
Skinny minny....and when he was in frame it looked akward
I think he looks a bit better now lol... I don't ask for frame - retraining him from beginning and keeping things simple. Working on my position, and posting before asking him to do anything with his head :)