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    Very energetic, English trained, not gaited, 14 hands
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    MEET THE ARABIAN HORSES Horse lovers know that the Arabian horse is the best of all light horse breeds for general saddle use or riding. At present, there are probably not more than 70,000 purebred Arabian horses in the world, and probably 55,000 of them are owned in the United States. At the...
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    The 10 Most Beautiful and Rare Horse Breeds In The World - Horses Mad
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    Hi guys!! Just curious about what everyones favorite horse breed is and why? :runninghorse2:
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    I've been browsing craigslist and other horse sales groups on facebook, and it appears that on every site there is always 1 or 2 people trying to sell multiple minis. These often include broodmares, stallions (pretty often) and foals that have little prospects for anything other than breeding...
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    I'm not new to riding, though I haven't ridden in a while, and I'm looking to buy a horse in the near(ish) future. I'm sixteen, female, fairly short. I can ride all gaits, and ride bareback, i have very little experience with jumps, and prefer hacking to menages. the horse would need to be...
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    I'm fat, 5'3" and about 250 pounds. I quit riding because I felt guilty at 240 sitting on a horse. Plus at my weight posting was exhausting. I promised to lose weight before I rode again I miss riding though. I've thought of doing trail riding on a western saddle since those saddles spread the...
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    I am a hunter/equitation rider looking for a new horse after retiring my Appendix gelding. I love my Appendix, he is the loveliest horse, but we did not "fit" each other. He is MASSIVE (nearly 17 hands, very big boned) and I am very tiny (5'5, 102 pounds, but very long legs). But I was willing...
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    Hi, I'm new to this site, but I've been looking at several posts made in the past by users and also researched the subject online, and it's just a big jumbled mess. Anyways, my question is, what breed/cross is best for a beginner "plus sized" rider? Plus sized as in roughly 250 pounds, I...