Hope someone can help me....
I'm the owner of a 15hh, 10 year old mare, who is registered as an ISH. We were told she was "by accident", but informed that her sire was a grandson of the TB "Muroto". How true this is, we're not too sure....
Her dam was a "cob", reckoned to be Irish Draft X Connemara/ Welsh pony. That part is obvious enough.
However, I'm beginning to think she's more Arab cross than TB cross, for the following reasons:
- Tendency to "high blow" through her nostrils- not a wind problem
- Slight nose dish
- Slight sway back
- Wide eyes
- Highly strung
I know some of these are in TB aswell, but I'll try put in a pic of too to show her at her most "Arabey"....
See what ye guys think.... !!
Also, I can't describe her colour!! She's down on her passport as "grey", but she's really "blue and white", just a lot less prominent in the winter. Her white is flea bitten, and the blue is roan!! Is there such a thing as "blue roan skewbald"?! I'll try put in pics of that too!!