The Adventures of not-so-baby, Charlie.

Discussion in 'Horse Training' started by Circle C, Mar 16, 2018.

  1. Circle C

    Circle C Senior Member

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    The Martin came! Before and after cleaning. Man I love this saddle!
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    I decided to keep my Courts and just sell the circle y.
     
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    That floral cleaned up nice!
     
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    Circle C Senior Member

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    It was saddle cleaning night at my house... Charlie gets to try out his new Martin tonight!
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    barrel_racer64 Senior Member

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    I absolutely love that Martin! Fingers crossed it fits him!
     
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    I don't know why his head always looks so big lol He wears a yearling/cobb halter/bridle and a 4.5" bit. He did grow. He is 15.1h now.
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    He shows his breeding for sure, speed. He is a very nicely put together colt, I really like him. He's the same height as my gelding, the differences between speed bred QHs and ranch bred is pretty cool to see.

    By the way, I think his blaze tricks your eyes a bit, making his head appear larger than it really is.
     

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