could you help me to figure the breed of my horse?

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could you help me to figure the breed of my horse?

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        12-14-2008, 07:09 PM
    could you help me to figure the breed of my horse?

    I just joined the forum
    And I am just getting back in horses
    I just bought a 6 year old gaited gelding yesterday
    He is very gentle
    Had 2 kids and 3 different adults ride him in my yard just today
    He's a real dark brown with black mane and tail and black half way up his legs from his feet
    He's probally close to 15 hands tall maybe not that tall
    Rides very good and has a very smooth gait
    I got him figured from what I read as being a rocky mountain
    Or atleast has some in him
    But if I got a pic or 2 of him do ya think you could tell me what he might be.
    Thanks alot
    Josh mcdavid
    Grayson ky
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        12-14-2008, 07:19 PM
    If you can post pictures that would help everyone try and guess.
        12-14-2008, 09:19 PM
    Ok I will post pics tomorrow

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