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        12-01-2008, 03:38 AM
    I agree, I don't like the first one because he has "bird legs" and it looks to me like he may have teacup hooves. From his pedigree, it looks like he is a line bred Skipper W on both sides. :( The second is a much better looking horse and has a better base. He is built to physically perform and it shows. Plus, I just love a good looking buckskin.
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        12-01-2008, 03:52 PM
    Oooh, the second one is very nice looking. The 1st one yeah, his legs don't really match his body. I think the 2nd one is better, & has nicer confo.
        12-02-2008, 06:48 PM
    The second one definitely. He is more balanced and is much heavier-boned. I like his length of body and masculine, but still balance, look.

    Lol- too many livestock reasons classes :)
        12-05-2008, 07:37 AM
    Originally Posted by Got2Gallop    
    Here's another '03 AQHA 15.1h ..... Res. World Champion Open All-Around & Hi-Point Jr. Horse titles at the 2007 ABRA World Show, 2008 he earned the World Champion Amateur Working Cow Horse and Res World Champion Open Aged Halter Stallions titles.............Dream Horse ID: 1299358

    I love this one alot better than the other one. I think he is very beautiful
        12-06-2008, 11:41 PM
    Originally Posted by Got2Gallop    
    ok...........I was just messing around tonight looking at stallions that I might want to breed my filly to down the road...........if I decide to and I can afford to do it. It won't be for another three years minimum anyway, but anyone have an opinion on this fellow?? His name is Skip Premiere '98 15.3 AQHA Dream Horse ID: 1241381
    Wow, I'm sorry, but there is absolutely nothing I like about this horse.
    Not his legs, not his hip, not his back (or SERIOUS lack thereof), not his shoulder, neck, nor head.
    I would defnately go with the second horse you've chosen.

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