Your "Average" Horses Looking Their Best!

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    02-06-2010, 08:14 AM
Your "Average" Horses Looking Their Best!

I thought this might be a good idea.
For some reason I've always worked with more unique coloured first horse love was a grulla, my first official horse was a chocolate palomino, our other horse is a red dun (I know not exactly rare but still not what I call average), etc. etc..but now I have a horse who is much more "average", and I think he's incredibly handsome in his own way and I love to be able to show the world that.
So show me your "average" horses looking their best!

Here's Kainne the bay Thoroughbred with star =P

(wow, look, I'm actually on his back for once! XD)
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    02-06-2010, 08:19 AM
Admittedly, though, his star shape may disqualify him as average since it's sort of a heart..but that's debatable since there's only a slight dip in in the middle and part of the time his hair brushes over it....
But I like to say it's a heart anyway =P


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