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wierd poo - 2011-05-21
I like horses.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2011-05-21
    Me too........... I love them.
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Anonymous - 2012-06-03
Mustangs rule!!!!!
they are the best!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Maria - 2012-06-02
I had a appy/QH gelding, he was sweet as sweet as could be.

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Dana - 2011-11-08
I just bought A Fjord and so far she is turning out to be great. Just love her already. She is gentle and kind and very smart. She loves to eat though so must watch her diet and give her regular exercise.

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  • Clarice Brough - 2012-05-08
    That is one cool horse... yay, I'm jealous:) She's going to love all the regular excercise too, and the accompanying attention.
Corina Esch - 2012-03-30
Got a Fjord gelding a couple of years ago, best horse I've ever had. Sooo affectionate!

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April - 2010-04-12
The horse was named Figure not Justin Morgan.

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  • Editor's Note - 2010-05-04
    The horse's name was indeed "Figure", but because the horse changed hands many times, he became known as the "Justin Morgan horse" in 1796.
  • Keith - 2010-06-12
    Yes, his original name was Figure, but later he was called Justin Morgan.
  • natalie - 2011-01-27
    Yes it was named Figure but then it was renamed after its owner.
christine - 2009-07-26
I think morgans are so cool because I have a morgan, and she is cool!

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  • danielle - 2011-01-29
    I love morgans because I have a welsh mauntain, quarter horse, morgan mix she stands with the pride of an morgan!
  • morgan - 2011-04-06
    So do I.
  • 1123 - 2012-04-20
    I just love morgans!!!
morgan - 2011-04-06
I also have a morgan horse because I love horses and also it is named after me.

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  • Anonymous - 2012-04-20
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horse lover22 - 2011-01-05
Is there anyone who can tell me some eating habits of the quarter horse?

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  • BaconBoy21 - 2011-03-30
    if you love horses so much you should know.
  • VictoRiia Lopez - 2012-03-21
    Hay, grain, apples,grass, fruits and veggies except tomatoes carrots bananas oranges (one thing about carrots they make your horse blind)
  • bailie carson - 2012-04-17
    Carrotts,grains,hay,oats,corn,grass,vegables,fruits,breads,molasses,creep feed, sweet feed, vitimins, soy beans. If you go to your local feed store and have them order this neutient called sure champ it will improve your horses hair and it also has every vitamin you need.
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Anonymous - 2012-04-02
How old does a mare have to be so you can breed her? Someone told me you can breed a mare/filly at ONE(!!!) year-old. This sounds cruel. But if it is true could someone please tell me? Also, would breeding a (healthy) light 15 hand high horse to a 17 hand high + stallion produce a to-large foal for the horse to give birth to? Thanks for all replies.

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  • Charlie Roche - 2012-04-02
    A mare can come into season as early as a year old but usually two. It is risky to breed her at that young an age as they are not completely grown and developed untill the age of 4 or 5 so it is not recommended that you breed a mare before the age of 4 or 5. The hand high size of the male versus the female is not the only consideration when determining a mate. If the female and male are the same build, slender, full grown it is probably find. However, if you are breeding a heavy large boned sturdy male at 17 HH+ with a slender fine bones female at 15 HH, it is probably risky. So it isn't just how many Hands High, it is the build - the breed.
  • Anonymous - 2012-04-13
    So I wanted to breed my (pure) arabian 15hh mare to a 17.1hh WB stallion, is this OK? Thanks...

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