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Braymere Custom Saddlery: Friday Favorites

"Shades of Grey" - Custom Painted Model horses, by Braymere Custom Saddlery

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Camp Cody, New Mexico, 650 officers and enlisted men of the Auxiliary Remount Depot No a cavalry unit, created this human horse head in tribute to the horses lost in WWI.

Great photo!

Braymere Custom Saddlery: Friday Favorites ---I would have never thought these were breyers! :D :D AMAZING models!

His name is "Find Your Destiny Rumor Has It"! Bay Roan in color. 33.5" height. AMHA registered.

Gorgeous Red Roan Stallion-- more of a bay roan or grullo? wouldnt red roan have a more sorrel or chestnut as a base hue?

There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man. ~Winston Churchill (Condor C, Holstein Horse) Beautiful colour !

Standing six feet, ten and three-quarter inches tall, Big Jake is the tallest living horse alive. And it has been made official in the Guinness World Records Book in 2013.

In Guinness World Records recognized a Belgian named Big Jake as the tallest living horse. Big Jake stands at an impressive 20 hands. Wow, the biggest horse I've met (Gracie!

spotted horses via Marie Penny #facebook

The spotted horse returned in not as the "Tiger Horses," but with a new bloodline. A mare was purchased of Spanish origin with unusual markings. Her colt was the foundational Sire for the new spotted breed.Seeing spots has never felt so good!

A list of rare and beautiful horses.

The Knabstrupper - Knabstrupper horses were bred in Denmark as far back as 1671 when they were called "The Tiger Horses." In this royal breeding line came to an end. One of my favourite horses

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No matter how much i love horses with unique coloring, i know that i will probably end up getting a sorrel with a big blaze

I love a white horse (yes TECHNICHALLY  dapple gray...but...my pin, I choose the color, so there. Nyaah!!)  with a black mane, tail and points.

Today horses are no longer bred for military purpose but “The Military Stud of Jerez de la Frontera” Andalusian horses.

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