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post #11 of 122 Old 04-01-2013, 01:39 PM
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I'm with smrobs. Those pasterns are scary.

This guy is more along the lines of what I thought you were looking for:
Horse for sale - Registered Paint Gelding

He's not perfect as far as conformation, but IMPO, he's a far cry better than that Arab.

My best friend's Arab gelding is heavily Bask bred and most of the time you wouldn't know he's an Arab, but when something does set him off, he's a handful and a half. He also has pretty sucky conformation.
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Whoa there, Drafty .....my little grey in my avatar has 5 lines to Bask and is darn near perfect..... that is the reason I'd like to see the pedigree of the chestnut. Judging by his hindend he has a good portion of Crabbet blood( all the chrome, too), and they are usually excellently conformed riding horses.
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I've been in love with that bay for WEEKS!! Nom!
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post #13 of 122 Old 04-01-2013, 01:43 PM
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Petite riders seem to be drawn to the really tall horses. I've advise a few that when trail riding should they ever have to dismount, it is their responsibility to get back on their horse, no one else's.
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I've been in love with that bay for WEEKS!! Nom!
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Whoa there, Drafty .....my little grey in my avatar has 5 lines to Bask and is darn near perfect..... that is the reason I'd like to see the pedigree of the chestnut. Judging by his hindend he has a good portion of Crabbet blood( all the chrome, too), and they are usually excellently conformed riding horses.
Siege must be one of those "good cross gone wrong" horses, then. He's 16hh of unfortunate conformation. This is his pedigree: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/lika+quasar

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The bay smrobs posted. You posted while I was still awkwardly typing on my phone.
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Siege must be one of those "good cross gone wrong" horses, then. He's 16hh of unfortunate conformation. This is his pedigree: Lika Quasar Arabian

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But this is not the OP's prospect?
Pics?
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The bay smrobs posted. You posted while I was still awkwardly typing on my phone.
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duh....haven't even seen smrobs's post.....and I'm typing equally awkward on my phone
Agree with the bay!
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But this is not the OP's prospect?
Pics?
Nonononono. I was just saying that the only Bask-bred Arab I know is a conformational train wreck. No good confo pics, but trust me, he's bad.
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Ok, clear now
Well, not even a Bask can do miracles, first of all. Lots of people think when they mate champion to champion, they'll get a champion. Not so. Mother Nature has the last word.
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