lazy ace wrote:
The picture could use some work but She would be the one we were thinking about breeding to a cutter (bethesacat) (four sixes)
I sure do like that corona cartel stud. I sent a friend request to her on face book.
Thanks for the info.
Faster horses wrote:Hound-gutted could be best described by narrow in the flank to the top
of the back (or loin). In using horses that can make them gaunt up faster
than a horse that is fuller in the flank. Race horses tend to have that
hound-gut moreso than other types of horses (and for a reason). But since
this horse isn't being raced, I think he could be fuller in that area.
But that's just me...
I just googled it and found this:
The term hound-gutted refers to a horse (usually) that has a relatively slim waist. In other words it has a high flank. Like a Grey hound dog.
It is not considered to be an admirable quality.
Chimenea wrote:For those of you that (like I do ...) enjoy getting an eyeful of good horseflesh, check out the AQHA World Show Sale Catalog here http://www.saravaessenpedigrees.com/catalogs/2012WSSaleCatalogPF.pdf
Look at lots 54 and 65. They're my pick of what I'd take home with me (and would both probably be bred to the sorrel horse we were talking about ).
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