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    What breed are most of the horses in The Live Oak?


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    Many are Dutch Harness Horses, lots German Riding Ponies.
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    I would say there are equal number of welshes to German Riding Ponies, with a dash of Connemara and Morgan, and a touch of Tb crosses. A good majority of the horses are as CDE driver stated are Dutch Harness Horses or Dutch Warmbloods, (KWPN) or just Warmblood in general.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MunchingonHay View Post
    I would say there are equal number of welshes to German Riding Ponies, with a dash of Connemara and Morgan, and a touch of Tb crosses. A good majority of the horses are as CDE driver stated are Dutch Harness Horses or Dutch Warmbloods, (KWPN) or just Warmblood in general.
    I would agree. There are more Welsh and part Welsh ponies competing in the single/pair pony division, including those purebred Welsh that are now registered as "German Riding Ponies" , than any other breed, or registry.

    Single horses - I've seen more Morgans than any other breed outside of Hackney. Multiples - Like MunchingonHay, I'd agree the numbers tend to run towards the warmbloods - Dutch and others.



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    Morgans and Welsh is what I see the most. Warmbloods and Gelderlanders are common too.



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