Well, I was just thinking about this earlier today at the barn. I was looking at a few of the other horses, thinking to myself, color wise, that's what I wanted. LOL
But I learned quite a few years ago from a close friend that color/markings is the last thing you need to worry about when getting a horse. She loved dappled grey TB mare's, she ended up with a chestnut Morgan gelding, and after he passed away, she got yet another chestnut Morgan gelding!!
I know when I was getting into the market a year ago, a lot of people, including many of my friends thought that I was interested in Rodeo due to his markings, but like I said, markings were my least favorite part of him. And Im hoping that he's not too flashy when I go out on group rides, and eventually low level shows LOL
Thanks for the reply!! Funny how you can be into breed, or discipine for so long, but want to try something else I've gone almost all Western! Lol, although I am planning on riding Rodeo both when that time comes
It is funny doing something for so long but always wanting to do something different. As a kid I dreamed about the Rolex cross country course but riding cutters, reiners & speed horses was fun too.