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I Love Horses added a new photo — with Shame Jon Carpenther and 2 others.

I never knew this before now!  I hope this is accurate.  I thought it was interesting and am sharing it with you!  :-)

What certain markings meant for Native American war horses. (there are no tribes listed, so I have no idea which specific ones used these markings) could be a fun class lesson

Reckless Dan, a Grey Brindle Quarter Horse.  Brindle is what is called a ‘chimeric’ gene. Chimeric genes occur when a mare is pregnant with two non-identical twins, but the two embryos become ‘fused’ into one. What you actually have is two coat colors from two different horses all mixed up. This means chimeric genes, including brindles, are almost totally random and it is almost impossible to breed for it. Geneticists are still trying to figure out the truth behind the brindle gene.

This is 'Reckless Dan,' an unusual grey brindle Quarter Horse. - photo by Sorrel, via whitehorseproductions; Brindle is an unusual pattern of dark, vertical lines on a lighter-colored coat.

equine by MyohoDane

The Shire horse is a breed of draught horse or draft horse. The breed comes in many colours, including black, bay and grey. They are a tall breed, with mares standing 16 hands and over and stallions standing 17 hands and over

“This is Queen, she’s my old dressage horse. She’s pretty bossy but also super sweet! She’s 16.1hh and 7 1/2 years old. I’d like maybe 4,000 for her but it’s negotiable.”-Reed

“This is Queen, she’s my old dressage horse. She’s pretty bossy but also super sweet!

Gorgeous horse under an autumn red tree.

Beautiful Chestnut horse with white socks and a long blonde mane standing under an autumn tree with leaves falling. Mystic is her name. Such a pretty horse.

Bodywork Basics For Your Foal:  Prevention For 3 Common Musculoskeletal Issues

Bodywork Basics For Your Foal: 3 Common Musculoskeletal Issues


Rocky Mountain Horse ~ I love and adore my TW Horses, but this would be a horse I would love to see in my pastures.