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SunnyDraco 02-11-2012 05:22 PM

Arabian Filly that caught my attention
 
Looking for some constructive critique on a young Arabian filly. They don't have current pictures posted and if I got her, I would have to ship her cross country. She is awesome looking in my point of view, but I am drooling too much to be able to see her faults. :oops:

I would want her for an all around pleasure/fun family horse. By the time she is ready to go under saddle, all my kids will be in school and I will have lots of time to give her (benefit of being a stay at home mom). When my horse crazy daughters are old enough to show beyond lead line classes, I think this filly would be a real head turner in the arena. I haven't seen any other young Arabians that have her looks for her price, especially in my area. Tons of ranch, stock type horses here :D

Syrah: Syrah - 2011 Black Sabino Arabian Filly

Her dam: MFAX Petite Syrah - black Arabian mare

Her sire: Legally Intoxicating - 2007 Bay Sabino Stallion

Thank you for you input.

MisssMarie 02-11-2012 05:23 PM

To me her legs look long and skinny, but then again, I'm not good at critiquing and I'm best with quarter horses... Not much of a help, sorry
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SunnyDraco 02-11-2012 05:30 PM

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Originally Posted by MisssMarie (Post 1353992)
To me her legs look long and skinny, but then again, I'm not good at critiquing and I'm best with quarter horses... Not much of a help, sorry
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It's okay. Quarter horses are stocky and built like tanks :D

All legs is pretty common among Arabian foals. As though they are on stilts when they are babies.

WSArabians 02-11-2012 06:23 PM

I like her. She had another one she offered me. Super cool colour on some of her horses.
Now, this is just MY opinion, but I think they are way over priced. Sire and dam haven't done anything. Except have colour. It's a very average pedigree and not something I'd base MY breeding program on.
I also can't justify spending $4500 on a weanling with no proven heritage (up close) when I bought my *Echao son, a three time Halter Champion, for $5000.
That being said, she looks great, could be a FAB show horse and produce some great show prospects. Weanlings are too hard to critique, but it all depends on what you really want and are willing to invest in.

Super Nova 02-11-2012 06:26 PM

This breeder in my opinion puts out some really nice maybes. I like her.

But I don't anything about bloodlines.......just know I like what I see

Super Nova

SunnyDraco 02-11-2012 06:37 PM

She is 10 months old now and the person who bought her as a weanling is selling her on horse clicks: BEAUTIFUL BLACK SABINO 2011 ARABIAN FILLY for sale in :: HorseClicks


Seems like a pretty good price for her if there isn't anything wrong with her. Maybe they will go a little lower? :D
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trainerunlimited 02-11-2012 06:41 PM

I know zilch on arabians, but she looks like quality stock to me. I'd like to see some current pics of her though.

Tapperjockey 02-12-2012 05:52 PM

I'd pass. The horses in her pedigree are not necessarily known for good hind ends. She also has double Bey Shah, and he was not the greatest and producing good feet. Nothing really stellar in her bloodlines to indicate she was bred to be anything, aside from a black sabino. Sadly our breed is plagued with breeders who breed for that *sigh*.

MangoRoX87 02-13-2012 09:51 AM

I know worth crap about Arabs, but there is something wonky about her sire....he looks odd, and his hind end is awful.
Cool color, that's all I can say.

WyndellaRose 02-13-2012 01:25 PM

With all the mention of Arabian bloodlines, what about this filly?

DreamHorse.com Horse ID: 1701455 - CF Angelica

If this should be moved, that's fine. Wasn't sure where to post this.


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