July 24, 2014 at 3:50 pmShilohsGirl Original PosterTopics Started: 7Replies Posted: 49
I recently got. A horse, we think she is a thoroughbred, but she is barely 15.0hh! She isn’t tattooed, and doesn’t have papers. She was a rescue horse. Help?
"Think of riding as a science, but love it as an art" ~George MorrisJuly 24, 2014 at 7:33 pmrluedersTopics Started: 5Replies Posted: 24
Your pictures are upside down and a little small, but Thoroughbreds can be small. We have a 15.1hh Thoroughbred at our barn who is tattooed and registered. (: They’re not all monsters!July 25, 2014 at 3:31 pmJoan FryTopics Started: 11Replies Posted: 324
Tattooed on the inside of their upper lip, right? Shilo, from what I can see of her she looks like a sweetheart!July 26, 2014 at 7:10 ampheetsTopics Started: 5Replies Posted: 477
She IS cute! Looks TB-ish to me, too, but I am breedblind outside the obvious. I go sit down now : )
Got a good friend on a 15.2y little pistol TB, starting out well in their prelim eventing adventures this year (go J n’ W !!:D ). Great things come in small packages I think is the phrase : )
Sure there's right and wrong but mostly there's just a whole lotta different.July 26, 2014 at 12:55 pmJoan FryTopics Started: 11Replies Posted: 324
Okay, I looked it up. According to the Jockey Club’s website, TBs are tattooed on the inside of their upper lip. A long time ago I had a wonderful AQHA gelding, registered, who stood 16.2. His second sire on his dam’s side was a TB. Veterinarians often wrote down “grade” without even asking because he had that long-legged lean look so many TBs have, but the dinner-plate jaws of a QH. Today he would be Appendix Registered. I’m betting you’re right, Shilo. She has TB somewhere in her background. What a pretty girl!August 10, 2014 at 11:39 pmNinaJDTopics Started: 8Replies Posted: 139
She looks QH to me. more because of her face. she had a thicker cheek then most TB’s do. At least in the pictures you posted it looks that way.
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Pat ParelliJanuary 30, 2015 at 3:55 pmMHBTAvatarTopics Started: 1Replies Posted: 31
I haven’t done this yet – – though I keep thinking I will because I don’t have papers on Avatar and everyone is always asking me what he is – – but I’ve been told you can send some mane strands in to UC Davis and for a fairly reasonable fee, they can do DNA testing and give you a pretty solid idea of your horse’s ancestry.
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