- - What breed?
|mbender ||03-28-2011 09:05 AM |
Looks like a Belgian cross
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|New_image ||03-28-2011 09:09 AM |
She is very refined. Her legs are much smaller than the Paint gelding she is standing next to and he is 150 pound under weight.
|Snowkicker ||03-28-2011 09:17 AM |
New image I see you are in Northern Michigan too. Did you perchance get her in the Cheboygan area?
|New_image ||03-28-2011 11:02 AM |
No, but I know who you are referring to.
This filly and a gelding (more info and pictures on the pictures forum) are training prospects for some of the girls here.
|Equilove ||03-28-2011 11:18 AM |
I think she looks like a Belgian cross as well... her head and neck are what make me think that. She's only 3, right? She has plenty of growing to do, so I wouldn't rule out Belgian being in there just yet.
|Snowkicker ||03-28-2011 11:22 AM |
Personally I think she looks kinda morgan to me. She has some height to her though. Her butt shape looks like my belgian cross. Belgians are a slow maturing breed so it is possible she is a cross and will thicken up with age.
|New_image ||03-28-2011 11:25 AM |
I haven't ruled it out, I see some in her as well but not much. The photos make her look thicker than she is. The only thing I see Belgian is her color and some traits to her head.
|ashxcx ||03-28-2011 12:29 PM |
im going to say a haflinger cross of some degree.
|Allison Finch ||03-28-2011 12:39 PM |
I've trained two belgian/QH crosses that looked very much like this horse. Funny, they both retained the belgian coloring also.
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