|Vidaloco ||06-30-2008 05:46 PM |
My guess is its a birth defect. I know some breeds have a more rounded bridge on the front of the face but that looks more like a defect. As long as there are no physical limitations and it doesnt bother your horse and you love him I wouldn't worry about it.
|PoptartShop ||06-30-2008 06:32 PM |
I agree with Vida...it could be some type of birth defect, as I've never seen it before. :?
|My2Geldings ||06-30-2008 06:37 PM |
It looks to me like it's a birth defect or an old injury where he would have hurt himself quite seriously. I have never heard of a breed of horse which has what your QH has. I assumed you were initially talking about a Roman head :D which yes, tends to be a breed thing.
|irisheyes12 ||06-30-2008 08:45 PM |
It's a defect, no breed has that trait. Pretty horse though :)
|kickshaw ||06-30-2008 09:10 PM |
i concur with everyone else :)
|buckaroo2010 ||07-02-2008 11:17 PM |
I have never seen anything like that before! interesting :)
|Juno21 ||07-02-2008 11:21 PM |
Maybe she mixed with saddlebred or standardbred! I can kinda see it in theface, thats just me though!!!!!
|My2Geldings ||07-02-2008 11:57 PM |
What I find interesting is that he must have gone thru quite a severe injury to have bumps like that but there are no scars or obvious external signs of an injury which would tell me it was a birth defect??
If it was an injury, it's crazy he would have something like that and no one even knew anything about it.
|IcelandicHorses4Life ||07-03-2008 08:15 AM |
I have seen this on Icelandic horses before :)
I think he could be a litle Icelandic or Saddlebred :) check if he has Tölt :lol: hahah no , joke ;)
Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.5
Copyright ©2000 - 2014, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.
Search Engine Friendly URLs by vBSEO 3.6.0