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    01-07-2011, 05:28 PM
Originally Posted by Dressage10135    
I think she looks and sounds nice for what you want to to. The best way to find out is to go try her! Make sure you take lots of pictures and video if possible!
I am trying to wrangle up some horse-smart friends to go with me so I can do just that. ^.^
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    01-08-2011, 03:33 PM
I LOVE the picture of her with her baby! So cute! I think she looks lovely, and is definitely worth a look!
    01-08-2011, 05:17 PM
Boring!? Now, there are some horses people post pictures of that I would think are ugly or boring or generic in a bad way (but I never say it!) but this mare is NOT one of them!

In the picture where she is being worked she looks fantastic and the photo with her daughter is stunning. I can imagine her being very flash with work and lovely! Go see her and let us know all about her! Sounds like a great bargain!

I might be a little creeped out about the "ok breed me now" behavior (haha) but that's not a deal breaker by any means, especially if you don't care. There are plenty of supplements if it really became a problem or at the extreme end you could even have her spayed - which I've only recently learned can be non-invasive and much like a geld.

I think she is gorgeous and not boring or plain at all. I'm jealous and would love to be shopping for a horse like that!
    01-08-2011, 07:09 PM
Name Frontier...so what is her breeding line. Sire and dam ?

I have a good idea of the breeding but would like to know as she looks like one typical from the line I am thinking of.
    01-08-2011, 09:01 PM
As they say " you can't ride pretty". But really she is a very good looking horse, and throws a nice baby too. Does she have a ton of flash, no... but she's certainly no ugly duckling. Personally I think she looks a little more classic, rather than the more refined WB of today. From what you say she is a good possibility... def keep us up to date. Fingers are crossed that she's the right one.
    01-09-2011, 12:52 AM
I love how she looks! I would buy her soo fast.
    01-10-2011, 11:36 AM
Green Broke
Let me share a story with you of a boring looking horse:

Noble Squire.jpg

The end.

Moral of the story is that even the most boring looking horses can be exceptional. That guy was one of the most boring looking horses I have had and a big old head to boot. Didn't stop him from winning everything in sight.

I like her - good bone and well put together overall. Sure her head is a little clunky but if she goes nicely under saddle that won't be the first thing people notice! I like the look of her baby too.
    01-10-2011, 11:58 AM
Ok I totally disagree with sugarplumlove!!!!!!! I luv these pictures!!! They are sooooooooooooo cuteeeee!!!!!!!!!!! You have very cute horses
    01-10-2011, 02:02 PM
Well, if it seems too good to be true, well you know....
The lady's husband decided to keep her for breeding. :< NO!!! Darnit!

I agree that uber good looks are not the most important thing :) Conformation is very important, and a conformationally correct horse usually is nice to look at!

I guess it was not meant to be. I have found a little Friesian x QH gelding that is SO handsome! What do you think? He will need finishing out, but I think he would be worth the extra work and effort.

    01-10-2011, 03:49 PM
Wow, he's an adorable, plump little guy ;)
He looks small, would that be a problem for you?

IMO he doesn't have a very exeptional trot.

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