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        12-16-2008, 02:17 AM
      #11
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by NoFear526    
    He is cute! Once he sheds out he looks like he'll be a cute mount. Definitely has Arabian in him and it shows, but good luck with him!

    He is going to need a lot of building his muscles up as well it looks like.

    Cute guy!
    yet he's going to get quite the work out once it warms up! Witch may be awhile... I wish we had a indoor arena but we don't sadly...
         
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        12-16-2008, 02:57 AM
      #12
    Yearling
    Here's some pics of his new halter!!! Im going to take some pics tomorrow of him with it on! Can't wait!!
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        12-17-2008, 03:36 PM
      #13
    Foal
    I don't really have any critique but he's gorgous and deffinitley has some arab in him.. :)
         
        12-18-2008, 10:55 AM
      #14
    Weanling
    I'd be careful with all that stuff in the pasture (is that where you keep him or where you picked him up) I know my filly is accident prone, she somehow rammed herself into her cast iron feed tub, broke it in half and managed to get only about in inch or so deep cut down her chest, it was about 3-4 inches long though and needed stitches, it did heal nicely though. But what I'm getting at, is horses tend to hurt themselves on things they use every day, much less stuff their not used to/shouldn't be around. I would hate for something horrible to happen too!

    I know of a horse who ended up getting a huge splinter from breaking his wooden fence (apparently it was under quite a bit of surface area, and the splinter was more than inch thick of wood.)

    I'm sure you've heard countless other stories, I don't want to offend you, but having that boat there looks like an accident waiting to happen, and I would really hate for something to happen.

    As far as the horse, he is a looker and very cute! Can't wait to see him shedded out, he's a beautiful mover. He does look part Arab or Morgan, I have two morgans myself.. and my purebred gelding gets mistaken for arabs and morabs at schooling shows quite a bit. He has a bit of an Arab head/neck though, and small enough to be an Arab. (Some Arabs don't even mature to 14h, but they are generally between 14-15h)

    Too bad he wasn't papered, so you could find out for sure!
         
        12-18-2008, 10:59 AM
      #15
    Trained
    I don't critique but I wanted to say he's cute! I can't wait to see his new halter on him.
         
        12-18-2008, 11:42 AM
      #16
    Weanling
    Too cute!
         
        12-18-2008, 11:47 AM
      #17
    Trained
    He is a very good looking fella. He most certinaly looks like a morab to me, he actually looks identical to WhisperingSecertArabians two year old Morab.
         
        12-18-2008, 01:16 PM
      #18
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by drop_your_reins    
    I'd be careful with all that stuff in the pasture (is that where you keep him or where you picked him up) I know my filly is accident prone, she somehow rammed herself into her cast iron feed tub, broke it in half and managed to get only about in inch or so deep cut down her chest, it was about 3-4 inches long though and needed stitches, it did heal nicely though. But what I'm getting at, is horses tend to hurt themselves on things they use every day, much less stuff their not used to/shouldn't be around. I would hate for something horrible to happen too!

    I know of a horse who ended up getting a huge splinter from breaking his wooden fence (apparently it was under quite a bit of surface area, and the splinter was more than inch thick of wood.)

    I'm sure you've heard countless other stories, I don't want to offend you, but having that boat there looks like an accident waiting to happen, and I would really hate for something to happen.

    As far as the horse, he is a looker and very cute! Can't wait to see him shedded out, he's a beautiful mover. He does look part Arab or Morgan, I have two morgans myself.. and my purebred gelding gets mistaken for arabs and morabs at schooling shows quite a bit. He has a bit of an Arab head/neck though, and small enough to be an Arab. (Some Arabs don't even mature to 14h, but they are generally between 14-15h)

    Too bad he wasn't papered, so you could find out for sure!
    yea I understand what you mean! Not that's not where I keep him, he pretty much stays in his stall. He normaly stays down in the grass but that day he went up by the cows where the boat is and stuff. He's quite carefull with his feet and watchs where he's going. I would let him out in the big pasture but I have a feeling if I did I would never catch him! Lol!! So for now he can only go around out in the cows pasture, witch now its winter so I wont be letting him in there. I would really hate for him to hit something while running in the snow. If he wern't so hard to catch it would be diffrent. But that's for your thoughts!
         
        12-18-2008, 05:00 PM
      #19
    Showing
    He is gorgeous!! I love his coloring, & he really looks like he has movement!
         
        12-18-2008, 09:31 PM
      #20
    Weanling
    Oh okay, I was just making sure. Even the smartest horses, if they're left to their own devices will find themselves in the dumbest predicaments (i.e. A hoof through a fence or something), and he's too good looking for that. :)
         

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