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laurennicole94 05-09-2010 09:35 PM

What type horse is this?
 
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What type of horse is this? If anyone can let me know that would be GREAT! :D

myhorsesonador 05-09-2010 09:37 PM

I'm no good at this but if you could get some conformation pictures (left and right side) and pics with out the fly mask and muzzle that would help out the people that do know ho to tell. If I had to guess I would say QH of apendixs but I'm not sure. how tall is he/ she?

laurennicole94 05-09-2010 09:45 PM

I am not sure how tall he is........I do not have a pick of him without the mask. I am think of possibly getting him leased to me so thats why I cant get another pic. He is not short.

myhorsesonador 05-09-2010 09:48 PM

Oh ok. Well that sounds exciting for you. Are you going to ride him endlish, western or both! lol

iridehorses 05-09-2010 09:48 PM

What has his owners said about him?

laurennicole94 05-09-2010 09:53 PM

Its a little complicated........ I am looking a some other horses too. I havent met the owner of this horse yet......her friend is the one that said he was up for lease and didn't know what type of horse he is. I am very exited about possibly getting him...he is a very sweet horse:)

laurennicole94 05-09-2010 09:59 PM

Oh and I forgot to say...I would probably ride english versus western....But possibly both:)

Deerly 05-10-2010 12:17 AM

Hehe, I can totally relate to being so excited and trying to jump the gun a little bit! Leasing is great and it gives you an opportunity to see what direction you may be interested in going in and what kind of horse you'd like to have and work with!

Of course, you'll want to talk to the owners about the horse and you'll want to work with it a little before making any sort of commitment but he's very very pretty, I love bays!

Good luck, I hope you find a horse that you'll have fun with!

laurennicole94 05-10-2010 12:19 AM

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Originally Posted by Deerly (Post 628975)
Hehe, I can totally relate to being so excited and trying to jump the gun a little bit! Leasing is great and it gives you an opportunity to see what direction you may be interested in going in and what kind of horse you'd like to have and work with!

Of course, you'll want to talk to the owners about the horse and you'll want to work with it a little before making any sort of commitment but he's very very pretty, I love bays!

Good luck, I hope you find a horse that you'll have fun with!

Thanks:)


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