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    03-25-2012, 04:42 PM
Have you ever wondered....

What kind of horse you would be?

As in breed, discipline, temperment, etc.

If I were a horse, I'd probably be a palomino Quarter Horse mare.
As for the discipline, I would be working cow horse/ranch horse.
I'm smart, dependable, calm, but I have enough grit to hang with the best of them.

Don't think me strange for posting this. We all as little girls and boys imagined what we would be like as a horse.

Just a fun little post.
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    03-25-2012, 05:14 PM
My friends and I always speculate about what kind of horse we might be if we were horses. Maybe you're not weird after all, or maybe we're all just weird!

I would probably be a warmblood type or draft cross (probably 3/4 thoroughbred and 1/4 draft). I would be of decent bone but not overly heavy, and would stand about 16.2 hands. I'd be liver chestnut and have an extremely thick, wavy mane and tail and a roman nose. I would most likely be a hunter, trail horse and low-level jumper. I say this based on my own appearance, of 5'6", with a big roman nose, big feet, long, solidly-built legs and broad shoulders (for a girl). I'm fit and trim with a larger, solid frame, like a warmblood. But I don't think I'm as refined as a warmblood, hence why I lean more towards draft cross. I also have a long stride, like a hunter, and a brave, laid-back, hard-working attitude like a draft cross.
    03-25-2012, 05:19 PM
Since I'm not that big, I'm sure I'd be some sort of pony. :P
Hmm, maybe a welsh/Arab cross! That jumps! (because I run hurdles in track lol)
    03-25-2012, 05:25 PM
Prabably a jumper....I'd be goofy that horse at the barn people are always telling stories about not sure about breed maybe a pony as I'm tiny and really skinny with toothpick arms (although I can lift a 65 pound saddle over my head) I'd have a curly or wavy mane and tail because my hair is very african American even thou I'm white....
    03-25-2012, 05:28 PM
I'd be an Irish Draught I think - tall, solidly built, with a long stride. Something cheerful and friendly, and willing to please, but a little bit lazy and not too suited to anything high speed - I'd be in harness, probably, strength over speed!

    03-25-2012, 05:29 PM
I'd be that weird pony that stares at people from the other side of its fence with a conniving look on my fuzzy face until they swore I was homicidal.
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    03-25-2012, 05:30 PM
Ooh I used to wonder what I'd be like as a horse! I reckon I'd be a native fell pony cross tb -1/2 fell, 1/4 tb and 1/4 arab - cz I'm proud to be cumbrian XD I love hugs but can put up with poor conditions like cold and rain without too much bother, but I love to jump and run around like a nutter on occasions, hence the tb and arab influences hehe and I have decent endurance when I put my mind to it and am very loyal to true friends.
    03-25-2012, 05:43 PM
Oh wow. I didn't expect that many people to post! Haha.
Here's what I'd look like:

This is Chics Little Step, an '05 mare by WLS.
I would probably add a touch more chrome and two blue eyes.
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    03-25-2012, 05:53 PM
Too fun! Yep, used to run around as a little kid on the playground acting like a wild horse.

I'd be a fancy grade or a lovely mustang with excellent "bone"! LOL!
Probably a brown, the color of my hair, or a buckskin.
I'd trail ride and do endurance because I LOVE to hike and camp, no arenas for me!
I'd be spirited with a mind of my own except for when I'm put to task, then I'd conquer the world!
I'd love to look like this:
    03-25-2012, 06:27 PM
That horse is too pretty!
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