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Itz 23

Tack removed.


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Image details
Image size
3149x2108px 2.69 MB
Shutter Speed
1/1000 second
Focal Length
92 mm
ISO Speed
Date Taken
Aug 12, 2009, 4:54:50 PM
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oTapirus's avatar

used here, thanks!

whinledge's avatar
Used here! Thank you!
make the most of it by Lakeland-EC
DustiiiBunniii's avatar
Used as a reference here ~…
Thank you so much! :huggle:
HicklyLovesHorses's avatar
It's a shame that lovely foot is hiding from us :(still beautiful work!
anuskatruska's avatar
Hello! I would like to use your photo for a lineart. I have your permission?
By the way, your photos are BEAUTIFUL!

Notify you when I have used it!

Thanks in advance! Kisses ^ ^
iArtistrix's avatar
I honestly love this horse! he is so pretty!
naomih91's avatar
used here [link]
renopocalypse's avatar
cheschyrecat's avatar
It's been too long since making a piece with your work, I hope you like it (: click.
Trackside-Art's avatar
Itz is so goreous i luff him! :love:

you are really good at removing tack :thumbsup: awsome pic! will have to use
Miko-the-Dog's avatar
Awww, he's so beautiful :D
I used it, I just want to tell you before I use it on my site. He is so beautiful! It's ok, rite?
Colourize-Stock's avatar
yes, it's okey to use it on your site.
krazyhorse's avatar
Hello! I am looking to get an arabian soon and train it a little (just to do some jumps hehe) I am looking for an arabian that are calm, so I was wondering if you could suggest a type of arab (eg egyption; polish, etc) that are the calmest or close to calm. I am looking for one that isn't too frisky. Thanks!
Colourize-Stock's avatar
Well, there's no way to tell if the horse is calm just by looking on the type. Arabians are arabians, no matter what you'd call their bloodlines. There are certain stallions and mares that most people would say inherit lots of temper, very calm gets ect - but I dare to say that it really depends on how the horse is raised more than on who the sire is. A friend of mine has a gelding who's out of a stallion with A LOT of temper. Still, this gelding is the most calm, nice horse I've ever met.
What I can suggest though - if it is a nice, calm horse that you are looking for - is to go look at a few different horses. Never buy them without having met them. I'd probably look for a older horse (not like 20, but I'd probabl not go check out a 3-year old either.) Looks for a horse with that "done it all, seen it all" kind of attitude. If you look throught my gallery you'll find a horse named Symbol. That is an experienced gelding that I got to lease from a friend when he was 18 (although could just as well have been 6, if you'd have asked him:P ). He thought me so much, and with him I were able to do things that I probably wouldn't have dared otherwise. Definitely one of the best things I've ever done when it comes to horses.
So whatever you do - don't look so much for a certain pedigree od bloodline, but try to look at what the ads say and then go check out the horse and learn to know it. As long as you aren't looking into starting to breed arabians, but just do some riding for fun, the pedigree isn't at all that important.;)
krazyhorse's avatar
Thank you very much :) I am happy to get the help. I have owned horses in the past (not arabs) and I didn't really get to look at a lot of horses, so it ended up being the wrong horse.
Colourize-Stock's avatar
ah, I see. Well, in my experience you should never, ever buy a horse that you don't like a whole lot. To me, it's the most important thing when buying a horse, since you're supposed to work with it a whole lot.

I wish you the best of luck with finding the right horse though!:)
krazyhorse's avatar
Yeah :( I think I've gotten that through my head right now (well I hope :XD:) Thank you so much :)
Justalittlelost's avatar
such a gorgeous boy.

What's he doing here?
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