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This is Diamond. He was a rescue. This is from the day we brought him home so he is a tad on the thin side. He has fattened right up since this was taken. This is the best picture I have for critique. I don't have any I took specifically as conformation shots. I keep forgetting to. :lol:

Anyways, he's around 15 years old. He's part Morgan, though we're unsure what he's crossed with. We are leaning heavily towards TWH. Opinions?

Feel free to rip him apart. I won't tell him. :)
 

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Sorry - that position makes it impossible to say anything decent about the horse.

Ask again when you have better photos.
 

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It is really hard to tell from this pick. I would love to be able to see his face. From what I can see I can believe that he is part Morgan. Can you show us a pic with his head up? Head set can be a big clue to his breed. If he is part TWH he might have a higher neck set (Morgans can have high neck sets too though) If he has a lower head set he may be part quarter horse or other stock breed. How tall is he? Definitely has high withers.

Hope things work out well with him.

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Darn. I was hoping that picture would work. haha I'll try to get some different pictures today.
 

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I know how to take good shots. I just always forget. lol So I just thought I'd post and see if anyone would take a stab at it.
 

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How tall is he?
Could you get some pictures without the mask on?
 

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I saw the pictures in your barn, and my beest guess would be morgan or morgan mix.
 
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