Saw one such advertised a while back on Dreamhorse.
Looked like a cobby patchy grey paint with brown dots and lots of hair.
When I need a break, I think of the oddest cross I can think of. I love starting with FriesAra... and usually have loosa in there somewhere too. (Hey, my brain is stressed and needs something silly once in a while!)
About the Freisian X's, a while back there was an AppyXFr cross and honestly, I could not for the life of me, see anything to suggest it was an improvement over either breed.
Looked like a hammer-headed lunk to me. She may have had a fab temperament for all I know but it seemed this X brought out the worst of each breed. The last few times I saw the ad, the price was falling like the stock market on a bad day.
She must have sold, I haven't seen the ad in quite a while.
Well, not really a strange cross because it worked for the "breeder" with every other one of this type he bred but mine (I was all of 14 when I got her and not very knowledgeable): Belgian Saddlebred cross. The ones that worked turned out to be nice heavy hunters. My mare's legs were not strong enough to support her body as she matured. It was not good.
What's wrong with you?? Your cheese done slid off its cracker?!?!
This isn't necessarily the weirdest cross, but it seems to make for some funny looking horses... Aztecas! I have one living with me now and he seems to have gotten the worst of both breeds (QH and Andalusian). I have met a few now and they all seem to be almost cartoonish in appearance! Anyone know of one who proves me wrong?
My horse is registered KMH but is actually a Rocky Mtn/Paso Fino cross - Rocky Fino?? Don't know the breeder's rationale but he's a heck of an LD/CTR horse, will go over/through anything, he also trots and every gait is smooth, he's usually up for anything and his personality is fun. Perfect size, 14.2. One thing he's not is fast, but then neither am I. If you happen to see this kind of cross, don't just shake your head, try it out!
It's just grass and water till it hits the ground.