|Golden Horse ||04-18-2011 07:45 PM |
:lol: Shows how much I know, I'd call her a Belgian just because of her color!
Whatever her breed she is a grand old lady for sure
|eventerdrew ||04-18-2011 07:47 PM |
I would have said belgian as well!
Looks like a Belgian. She appears wonderful for her age!
|MacabreMikolaj ||04-18-2011 07:49 PM |
Agreed with Golden_Horse - she doesn't look like either breed. If I HAD to pick one, she's far closer to a Percheron then a Clydesdale just based on her slimmer build and the lack of feathering on her legs. Her head is also closer to a Percheron as she lacks the extreme roman nose of the Clydesdale breed. However, if I had MY guess, she looks to be a cross between a Belgian and Percheron.
|JamieLeighx ||04-18-2011 07:52 PM |
Dont think shes a clydesdale :/ wild guess but maybe shes a suffolk punch?
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|Spirit11 ||04-18-2011 07:59 PM |
Lol now I have no idea! I guess it really doesn't matter. She's the sweetest old horse in the world. If shes out in the pasture laying down and you sit my her, she'll lay her head in your lap and go to sleep. And to think her old owners were selling her for her meat.
|equiniphile ||04-18-2011 08:14 PM |
I see belgian.
|lilruffian ||04-18-2011 08:53 PM |
Not a Clydesdale and doesnt really look like a Perch to me either. I'd say Belgian like the others.
|smrobs ||04-18-2011 09:37 PM |
I also say Belgian. She doesn't have the leggyness or the feathering for a clyde and purebred percherons normally only come in gray and black (sorrel is possible but pretty darn rare) so even a cross is unlikely with her color. Sorrel would be possible if one of her grandparents was a perch and the other 3 were something else, but her being a perch is unlikely.
I am 100% sure she's a belgian. And a very nice example of one as well, especially for her age.
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