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♥ Equus ferus caballus ♥ My original horse board of three. Horses only ~ no riders, handlers, or bystanders ~ and only large photos. There's usually a…
Classic type Morgan junior breeding stallion, Prairie Hill Armani, a beautiful bay that carries, but doesn’t express, splash white genetics he can pass on. His broad forehead, short, pretty face, small ears, arched neck, short back, modest size, and powerful build express his foundation DNA and distinguish him from those Morgans with added saddlebred DNA - ruining too many members of this marvelous, sensible, all-around breed to create tall, imitation prancers. photo: Prairie Hill Morgans.
Portrait of classic Morgan breeding stallion, Red Rose Eclipse, a dramatic cremello. His broad forehead, pretty face with prominent muzzle, small ears, arched neck,and modest size express his foundation DNA and clearly distinguish him from the, IMO, terrible and ill-conceived trend to add in a lot of saddlebred DNA - turning too many horses of this marvelous, sensible, all-around breed into tall, imitation saddleseat prancers. photo: Prairie Hill Morgans.
Classic Morgan breeding stallion. Red Rose Eclipse, a cremello. The broad forehead, pretty face with prominent nostrils, small ears, arched neck, short back, modest height, powerful build and forward-set forelegs express his foundation DNA. This clearly distinguishes him from the, IMO, ill-conceived trend to add saddlebred DNA, turning so-called ‘Morgans’ into tall saddleseat prancers, destroying their original purpose and type. photo: Prairie Hill Morgans.