Like has been mentioned, they both have beautifully kind expressions...Gizmo, I have to say I disagree that her eye looks mean from any angle. I can see mischievous, but definitely not mean. I can see both the QH and Arab in her. She has a fairly straight shoulder, so her gaits will be rather choppy, but it's nothing extreme. Other than that she looks like just a good all around horse.
The percheron is built pretty much according to her breed...she is downhill and she stands under in front (front legs slant backwards), so she will be difficult to balance at faster gaits, but these are actually advantages of a pulling horse like her breed is...they can throw their weight into the collar better. But she looks just really tolerant and willing...perfect husband-horse. :)
Both of them have some other minor flaws, like the percheron is lightly toed-out in front and the Quarab has slightly thinner bone structure than is desirable (she gets that from the arab), but again nothing extreme and no big deal for trail/western pleasure/light gymkhanal horses. I'll bet you guys have a lot of fun with them. :)
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