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post #1 of 16 Old 04-06-2009, 10:33 PM Thread Starter
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Rein/cow horse prospect?? (pic Heavy)

This is my girl duchess i would like to make her a rein/cow horse, but i dont know if she can make one. Here are some confo shots (sorta maybe lol) of her, to be somewhat kind, she is my baby. Here is her pedigree Usher Duchess Quarter Horse , no her pedigree aint anything wonderful, just foundation and cow, but im not looking for a big time horse, just one to get started going on on. Let me knwo what you think, if she will make on or not. She is 7 years old 15.3 hands tall. She is a big girl, but she can get down and dirty like a little horse, sit down, sotp, spin, turn around and be gone in a second lol. In the one pic her foot is turned in alot, she does not stand that way, she is very correct in her legs, i just couldnt get her to stand spuare for the life of me. The ground is also at a slope. Ill also put up a couple of her undersaddle.
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post #2 of 16 Old 04-06-2009, 11:10 PM
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I like her, I think she's an overall cute little mare. A little thick and heavy in the neck for my tastes but she's pretty heavy foundation bred and that's not so uncommon. I like her lines too, oooold lines. She's what she is supposed to be and she's fairly well balanced. If she's willing I don't think you'd have any problem doing reined cow horse events with her, especially if you aren't planning on doing it big time. Good luck and have fun!
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post #3 of 16 Old 04-06-2009, 11:22 PM
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Gosh she's big.

She looks pretty correct and I love that little baby doll head.

I think she'd do well at cow events, provided she gets in shape (quite a little belly on her ;]) But overall, I think she'd do really well.
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Thanks guys, ya she is a bit chubby, im working on that the wether has been so inconsistent here her working has been inconsistent. I dont have a nice indoor arena =(. Thats, ya she is a big girl, she is every bit of her 15.3 hands.
Thanks again, i think i will try it with her and see how it goes.

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Wow, if I was in the market for another horse, I would come steal her. She is what a QH should look like. Broad, stocky, muscular, and stout with enough leg and foot to support it. I am not overly familiar with her bloodlines but there is no doubt in my mind that with proper training, she could be a great cow horse. She is just a beauty.

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awww, thanks smrobs, im so happy lol =) i value all of your guys opinions

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i love the poco line. We have a local guy that breeds that line..beautiful horses. she has a nice back end for sittin!

beautiful, looks nice, strong, and looks like shell have plenty of stamina..which is what youll need

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I am in love with your horse. I would love to see pictures or videos of her undersaddle with you reining.
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aww, thanks perrerduck, when i get goin on her i will for sure get vids and pics of me reining on working cows on her. Thanks everyone =)

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