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post #11 of 12 Old 12-28-2010, 01:10 PM
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in two of the pictures she loooks like a palomino and in two she looks like a cremello anyway i love her mix but she does not look like she got any welsh or tb but its hard when there alot of breeds like that i do see the QH and of course the draft she has nice shoulders and we be good in many disciplines including pleasure , trail , juumping , and dressage i like her she is really pretty too really good color and when horses are 7 years old that is usually a good time they are now fully trained and worked on those problems like bucking but there not close to old i like to gab hehe
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post #12 of 12 Old 12-29-2010, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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Tinyliny- thanks! I think she's a keeper as well :)

fuadteagan- I first got her when she was 5, and she was built completely different than she is now. She really stocked up between age 5 and 6. When she wa syounger you could definitely see the Welsh in her. As for the tb, she certainly goes like one! She has a TON of go when she wants to, and can really be a handful. Her color also changes. I have pics in my barn if you want to see. In the summer she's a gorgeous dark palomino, but in the winter she looks cremello in the light, or just a weird shade of grey in poor lighting.

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