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Discussion in 'Horse Riding and Training' started by HeyHey, May 27, 2012.


  1. HeyHey

    HeyHey PetForums Newbie

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    Hello, I am not new to showing horses (I currently show natives) but I have recently got a skewbald mare. I would like to know if she has the correct coloured markings for showing and if she would class as a general riding horse, or a hunter. I have attached some photos. Thank you.
     

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  2. Matta

    Matta PetForums Junior

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    I am not sure how to answer your question but she is beautiful.
     
  3. lillyfish

    lillyfish PetForums Junior

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    She is evenly marked which is a positive for coloured showing, but most will come down to her conformation, movement and willingness. Looking at your photos she seems too heavy to be a riding horse and would be better suited to hunter classes. There is not any harm in entering some local shows and having some fun! :)
     
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