Thursday, February 27, 2014

Not much

I wasn't doing much today. Well, to be specific, I wasn't doing much model wise today. I was actually looking up cool semi-to rare breeds for some live showing references. Here are some that I found:

Mangalarga Marchador

Mangalarga Marchador: Garanhões  De Haras Quatro Irmãos  Idioma da Expert (Joazeiro CER X Halfazema da malagueta)


Campolina stallion Hamon de Luanda


Belgian Brabant

Belgian Brabant stallion

American Bashkir Curly

A Curly is a breed of horse. Curlies, also called Bashkir Curlies, American Bashkir Curlies, and North American Curly Horses, come in all sizes, colors, and body types but all carry a gene for a unique curly coat of hair. The Curlies are known for their calm, intelligent and friendly personality. They show an easily trainable temperament. They are also known for having a tough constitution and great stamina. chrismarper


Sugarbush Draft Horse

A Sugarbush Draft Horse, an American draft breed developed in the 1950s from crossing Appaloosas and draft breeds.


Mulassier (Poitevin) French draft horse
Tiger Horse
Tiger Horse, a newer spotted breed with an ambling gait meant to recreate the El Caballo Tigre or Soulon Tiger Horse, a spotted gaited horse in Spain in the 16th century.

Konik mare Turkawka

Konik mare Turkawka. Konik is a small Polish breed that originates straight from the Tarpan which is now extinct. Koniks have been used as drafts, pack ponies and riding horses in small Polish farms. It's strong and though despite of its size. Usually they are grullas (as Turkawka) but they can also be duns.

African Wild Ass foal.

African Wild Ass foal. While domestic donkeys and burros are plentiful, the wild subspecies are critically endangered.

That is all that i have here for today. Come on back when I have a better post!!


  1. Hey Alyssa! I love those pictures! I rode an American Bashkir Curly named Carrots one time... she was really sweet! Hope to see ya soon!

  2. you too! I haven't ridden a American Bashkir Curly, I have ridden many other interesting breeds....:D (Tell you later).

  3. O Mu God! that African Wild Ass foal is sooooooooooo cute. Can I have one?


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