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A previous post have got me thinking......what are some breed stereotypes that you have heard? Curious to see what others have heard of, as there seems to be more and more that I have never heard of.....thanks :)
Rat mane and tails
Impossible to train
Must be riddin down for HOURS before riding
Lets just say its all a bunch of BS
Arabians: Hard to handle and very spooky.
All paints are crazy. All quarter horses are dead heads.
All drafts are plodders...oh, wait. ;-) Just kidding!!! lol
I've heard that paints are dumber than dirt, TBs are all hot heads, arabs are flighty, QHs are the sanest horses you can get, and grades are worthless.
All warmbloods are automatically amazing jumping/dressage/eventing/etc. horses. ;)
Hey Hey Hey now DRAFTY mine are not plodders they are ground pounders lol I heard them called big headed dumb blocks of horse poop lol Mule headed lol.
I heard arabians called thin skinned and hot tempered
TBs spooky air headed flighty bag of bones.
QH's peanut pushers
Standardbreds Jug Heads
Saddlebreds Foo Foo horses lol
Shetland ponies ****lands
Now before anyone goes chewing me out on these I DO NOT call them this. I call all horses the 3 in one garden tool though They cut grass till and fertilize lol
Couldnt agree more with ghostwind. You should see these cowboys at the jackpots i haul to talk about my app. But always at the end of the day they eat their words ;) And usually offer to buy him.
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Well these are probably well known .
Throroughbreds-spycho(sp?), hard keepers, hot/high energy, unpredictable etc most of these are commonly known but only apply to a few individuals. It also is mostly due to there feed whilst on the track that causes this.
Warmblood - the one thing I have constantly heard is dumbblood which is far from the truth from the one I kow he is extremely smart.
I can't think of anymore at the moment though.
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