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Date Posted: 20:19:58 01/22/09 Thu
Author: gh
Subject: doomed

I have a baroque horse and agree there is a very short list of baroque type breeding stock. Unfortunate since this is.the only type my $ are going for. My baroque horse has a very short back - almost no room for a saddle. I think there arr a lot of short backed friesians. I don't like the look of modern slender horses at all. My horse has no problem using his body correctly - its called good training, the fps can only judge what breeders create so why do so many b rreders want their friesians to look like morgans? most friesians i've met or others incl vets have told me are - high strung. However I know once mine was patiently trained is a dream to handle. However people see the carriage and stance and think 'handful' even when they are dead quiet and doing everything you asked instantly.

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