|sillybunny11486 ||12-08-2009 12:06 PM |
Maybe rocky mountain horses? I see alot of them in that color.
|Macslady ||12-08-2009 07:53 PM |
What gait (s) do they do? That would make them easier to identify. Also could be Tennessee Walker or Missouri Foxtrotter or Paso Fino. Have seen everyone of these in the color shown.
|snoggle ||12-08-2009 08:01 PM |
Rocky Mountain and Paso Fino are smaller like that. Usually TWH are a little larger, like 15hh, but one of ours is only a little over 14. What gaited breeds are common in your area? Around here almost everything is TWH, so it would be my first guess in this area.
|SmoothTrails ||12-08-2009 08:07 PM |
My first guess would be TWH or Rocky Mountain. I've had quite a few walkers who were only 14.3 or so, adn I had a walker/shetland cross that looked like a small walker and was gaited naturally.
|Sunny06 ||12-08-2009 08:18 PM |
I'd guess a Rocky or Paso.
|snoggle ||12-08-2009 08:22 PM |
Who/Where did you rescue them from? What do you know about their histories - ages, health problems, etc?
|SmoothTrails ||12-08-2009 08:30 PM |
I found this when I googled some stuff. They may have been registered somewhere...Here are some sites I found. Home American Walking Pony
|equus717 ||12-08-2009 08:30 PM |
They are cute. I am not sure about gaited breeds because I have only dealt with stock type horses.
|HannahandAda ||12-10-2009 08:04 AM |
I got them in NJ but supposedly they are from TN originally. They are about 6, according to the vet. They were sold to me as a driving team, but after spending a few days with them I kind of doubt they are broke to drive... they don't seem to have been handled, at least for a few years. I need to observe their gait more closely, luckily I have today off so I am planning on giving lunging a try with them. Wish me luck... :shock:
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