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spanning

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spanning says:

What breed could he be?

 I never see a cobby when I look at flea :/ 

I know he is a cob cross but it's driving me mad that I don't know what he's crossed with haha!! 

does anyone have a clue what elsse could be in him just by looking? Might have to do some digging...

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Micki

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Micki says:

Re: What breed could he be?

He looks like my girl. She is a gypsy cob x tb. Here's a photo of her for you to compare with her.

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spanning

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spanning says:

Re: What breed could he be?

 wow! she's stunning!!

He's definitely got something fine in him like a thoroughbred ha! he holds his tail right in the air when he canters it's hilarious...thinks he's an arab or something!

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alrees

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alrees says:

Re: What breed could he be?

I would say the same coloured cob x trotter/pacer. A friend of mine has a 4 year old coloured filly similar shape to yours, she was bred by Traveller's/Gypsy's and she is trotter x gypsy cob... whatever he is, he is gorgeous!!

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