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fracturedbones
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Posted - 06/01/2014 :  8:54:05 PM  Show Profile  Visit fracturedbones's Homepage Send fracturedbones a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Came across this looking at a horse's video. It's short, I could have watched it forever!

The owner breeds fjords, Dales Ponys and Dales crosses in Wisconsin...the Dales look like mini Fresians. I think I am obsessed...like those shorter horses.

Mare and foal at the end...spectacular!

Anywhoo....gosh....beautiful scenery and horses! Put your youtube on full screen for this!

http://youtu.be/BzXMUYd-v9k

Interesting, the breeds tended to congregate with their own breed. Lots of pregnant mares too.....I'll take one of those Dales , thank you!

EZ2SPOT
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Posted - 06/02/2014 :  6:58:39 PM  Show Profile  Visit EZ2SPOT's Homepage Send EZ2SPOT a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Wonder how big the Dales are? I agree, beautiful horses and beautivul scenery! Thanks for sharing!

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fracturedbones
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Posted - 06/04/2014 :  01:07:04 AM  Show Profile  Visit fracturedbones's Homepage Send fracturedbones a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I think for stallions, the Dales have to be under 15H, most are 14-14.2.
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Montezrider
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Posted - 06/04/2014 :  2:05:54 PM  Show Profile Send Montezrider a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Just beautiful! You're right, those Dales look like mini Fresians! My brother has a much smaller herd of Haflingers and I never tire of watching them come running in or across the pasture.

A good rider has a thinking mind, fine emotions and a sensitive hand.-Tu Yu,72 BC

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