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post #11 of 13 Old 01-03-2011, 08:08 PM
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Wow, I love his build! Great conformation, muscular, but not over-muscled and he doesn't have those awful halter QH legs!
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post #12 of 13 Old 01-03-2011, 10:17 PM
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what a couple of cuties! I just love it when they run with their tails up like that-- my little colt does that when he really gets going and wants to play. It's just so cute!
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Originally Posted by equiniphile View Post
Wow, I love his build! Great conformation, muscular, but not over-muscled and he doesn't have those awful halter QH legs!
I bought him as a weanling hoping that he would not be too big or bulky. I've been breeding Arabians for so long, I had to learn QH's almost from scratch. I wanted him to breed to Arabian mares but the QH folks seem to like him a lot (yay). I think that says a lot for him. He is a fun boy.

Who would not love a horse that can smile? (the young guy is my youngest son).

And here he is (my 6'5" son) on the stallions back for the first time. He was saddled and ridden later that day. I never knew I would get so attached to a QH stallion!
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