Indian head horses

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HOSS

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Saw something pretty comical looking yesterday. I passed a field with a herd of Indian Head horses in it. They were underfed but not starving. It looked like a herd of cartoon characters. I wonder who they used for a sire :mrgreen:
 

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What is an Indian Head Horse? I can't find pics of one. You got a pic or a link? I'm curious...

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Me too--tried looking up on 'puter,but got some minis and Quarterhorses...Something I don't know about~~~curiositys gonnna kill me!!
 
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Oops! I'm sorry I used an old hillbilly description. An Indian Head horse is a horse whose head is so long he can eat grain out of the bottom of a 55 gallon drum and still keep an eye out for Indians. In regular American speak....an unusually long head from end of nose to back of ears.
 

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Go take a picture of those horses, will ya'? I'm still not getting a very good "visual." And, I'm still curious.

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