American Quarter Horse | American Quarter Horse Posing Stallion Royalty Free Stock Images ...

American Quarter Horse | American Quarter Horse Posing Stallion Royalty Free Stock Images ...

American Quarter Horse: There are two main body types: the foundation type (commonly referred to as bulldog type) and the appendix type. The foundation type is shorter, more compact, stocky and well muscled, yet agile. The appendix type Quarter Horses are somewhat taller and smoother muscled than the stock type, more closely resembling the Thoroughbred.

American Quarter Horse: There are two main body types: the foundation type (commonly referred to as bulldog type) and the appendix type. The foundation type is shorter, more compact, stocky and well muscled, yet agile. The appendix type Quarter Horses are somewhat taller and smoother muscled than the stock type, more closely resembling the Thoroughbred.

Stratospheric- Own son of First Down Dash with 96 SI

Stratospheric- Own son of First Down Dash with 96 SI

Full Name: One Priceless Dollar  Call Name: Dollar  Breed: American Quarter Horse  Gender: Stallion  Height: 17.7  Age: 5  Wow he's a tall boy for. Quarter horse.

Full Name: One Priceless Dollar Call Name: Dollar Breed: American Quarter Horse Gender: Stallion Height: 17.7 Age: 5 Wow he's a tall boy for. Quarter horse.

Black American Quarter Horse Stallion | peyote vision gallery american quarterhorse stallion 1999 2009 black ...

Black American Quarter Horse Stallion | peyote vision gallery american quarterhorse stallion 1999 2009 black ...

Step 2. There’s a horizontal line above the topline; a vertical line going down to the ground from above the croup down the outside of the back leg; and a vertical line going down in front of the withers. Keep in mind the horse’s proportions. Measure the head from the poll to muzzle. You can find that rough length in different parts of the horse: from withers to croup, from elbow to coronet, etc.From The American Quarter Horse Journal. Illustrations by Rushe Hudson

Step 2. There’s a horizontal line above the topline; a vertical line going down to the ground from above the croup down the outside of the back leg; and a vertical line going down in front of the withers. Keep in mind the horse’s proportions. Measure the head from the poll to muzzle. You can find that rough length in different parts of the horse: from withers to croup, from elbow to coronet, etc.From The American Quarter Horse Journal. Illustrations by Rushe Hudson

AQHA knows that you may hold the reins, but your American Quarter Horse holds your heart! #YouHoldMyHeart

AQHA knows that you may hold the reins, but your American Quarter Horse holds your heart! #YouHoldMyHeart

Grulla - Snips Silver Legacy - Lynn's Quarter Horses

Grulla - Snips Silver Legacy - Lynn's Quarter Horses

Aqha horses stallions. This to me--is what a halter horse 'should' look like. Not overweight over muscled post legged things that are being passed off as ideal.

Aqha horses stallions. This to me--is what a halter horse 'should' look like. Not overweight over muscled post legged things that are being passed off as ideal.

Sierra Supreme AQHA Stallion || I would love to have a horse like this!

Sierra Supreme AQHA Stallion || I would love to have a horse like this!

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