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Please Be Honest ....Rocky Mnt Horse.
Here are some pictures of my 3yr old RMH,Just A Breeze. What do you think about her? Could I do confo classes with her?
^gaited horses CAN canter;)"
I think you could. You never know till you try :wink:
She looks like she meets all the breed standards as far as body type. Very classic looking Rocky :D
That is a nice looking hoss, they are my favorite breed of gaited horse, maybe it is the body looks like a stockhorse to me. Is there a need for four or how ever many assocation there are for the same horse. KMSHA, RMHA, KMSHA, and there are several other I think.
I don't know really, (not good at evaluating i guess you could say :oops: ) but i just wanted to say you have a gorgeous horse, i love it. :wink:
There is the RMHA,KMSHA,UMHA,AGHA,MPHA,& I think thats about it!lol. She can be registered eveerything except MPHA,but I just havent gotten around to doing any of them except RMHA since it the only important one.
But no, not many horse are registed MPHA (its kind of going under), but RMHA is an actual breed registration. The rest are just open to naturally gaited breeds.Most people just register them that to be able to show in the Association shows.
Can't tell from those shots, but she's gorgeous!
I dunno if its my comp or what,but its like cutting alot of all my pics?
wow, she is gorgeous!! that color is just....beautiful :lol: i think you could definatley do some confo. classes with her, too.
I don't know much about that breed and the shots can't be used for a confo critique but I will agree with Vidaloco. I looked up some photos online of some of them and it seems that generally speaking she seems to fit into the typical breed characteristics (color included).
What are you wanting to do with her?
From the photos you have provided us with, she looks to have many of the RMH characteristics and, without nit-picking, probably meets the breed standards. Gorgeous color!!
I can't really give a critique based off of those photos; the best way to assess a horses conformation is to get him/her standing square on hard, flat ground.
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