My signature link has tons of pictures of the pony 13.2 1/2 hh of eventing ponytude. Best guess is saddlebred/halflinger cross? She's 5 gaited (so fun when she gets tense in dressage....) and hasn't seen a jump she won't jump!
I'm thinking about breeding Herself to a German Riding Pony! With my luck the thing will probably still be 17.1... but golly I'm in love with yours!!
Aw thank you!! I've always been a pony person but he has made me totally fall in love with the "sport pony" type. They are phenomenal little athletes with a healthy dose of 'tude. What breed is your mare?
Proud member of the "I'm In My 20's and Hope to Be a Good Rider Someday" clique
My profile pic shows my off-breed masterpiece. No idea of her breeding. She was a PMU foal so... Out of Canada, by Trailer? I surmise that her spots do NOT indicate a Paint parent because there is no indication of stock horse in her. I think of her as spotted Saddlebred X Cheval Canadien.
Hey - I have one just like that!! I call him my Amish Warmblood, because of the area that we are in, but he's Draft...and...other things? I'll get pictures up somewhere...
And Ember... who was a rescue originally. She is French Canadian/Appaloosa. She is 6 years old, and had her first ride this last summer. She is dead quiet, and is on her way to being a hubby horse. She was born broke, sweet sweet pony.
Over where it's HI in the middle and round on both ends.
These are all cute ponies. Not to hijack a thread but there is a cute pony mare in need of a home at ac4h. I know they are contoversial but the mare is cute.
1-08-13-593 4 yr old bay mare 14.2, sponsored needs home
I would take her if I could.
My mare is registered with APHA. People look at us funny all the time. She is a sport type horse, 83% thoroughbred. She is built like a thoroughbred, thinks and acts like a thoroughbred. She did get mistaken for a pinto ASB once, which I took as a compliment. She's booked this spring to North Forks Brenin Cardi, a section D Welsh cob. Hopefully I'll end up with a nice sport pony/small horse out of the matchup. I've met several of his offspring and he seems to pass on a great mind and work ethic as well as conformation and movement.
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