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Kid Meyers as painted by the great Orren Mixer, portrays the quality conformation I like to see in a horse. Mixer also painted the Ideal Quarter Horse that is used by the AQHA to this day.

Warren Hastings on his Arabian Horse, 1796 by George Townley Stubbs

Image detail for -Warren Hastings Esq. on his Arabian Horse, after a painting by George .

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Overo :) - from APHA - Orren Mixer painting

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This beautiful Egyptian bred stallion epitomizes the fantasy of the Arabian horse.


American Quarter Horse Society 'The Palomino stallion' c 1991 by Orren Mixer. I love this artists paintings. I still have a Quarter Horse magazine that I kept purely for the cover by this artist!

Alfred de Dreux (French, 1810-1860).

Alfred de Dreux (French, 1810-1860).

#Ranch Work Presents A #Horse Training Opportunity .:: CavvySavvy.com - We Know Working Horses

Ranch Work Presents A Horse Training Opportunity .:: CavvySavvy.com - We Know Working Horses

Thornhome Imported Hackney stallion Thornhome as seen in George Ford Morris’ 1934 Annual of Stars. Thornhome, foaled in 1919, was bred by Enoch Glenn of Bathgate, Scotland. He stood at stud in the 1930s at Dicksfield Farm, owned by the founders of the A.B. Dick Adding Machine Company, and later at Fieldview Farm, owned by Mr. & Mrs. Donald Ormsby Page, where he was known as Fieldview Thornhome.

Thornhome Imported Hackney stallion Thornhome as seen in George Ford Morris’…

Tennessee Walking Horse: illustration by Wesley Dennis

Horse Print The Tennessee Walking Horse by mysunshinevintage Artist Wesley Dennis from book by Margaret Henry

Beeswing (mare)

Syntax- Ardrossan Mare By Ardrossan. Won Newcastle Gold Cup Six Doncaster Cup 4 Ascot Gold Dam Of Newminster And 3 Other Top Foals.


CH Wing Commander This magnificent piece is from George Ford Morris’ private collection and is said to have been one of his personal favorites.

Where in this wide world can man find nobility without pride, friendship without envy or beauty without vanity? Here, where grace is laced with muscle, and strength by gentleness confined. He serves without servility; he has fought without enmity. There is nothing so powerful, nothing less violent; there is nothing so quick, nothing more patient......All our history is his industry. We are his heirs, he our inheritance. Ladies and Gentlemen--the Horse!" - Ronald Duncan

Side Saddle, today those skirts would be considered too long, as the horse could easily lift a hoof and pull the rider from the saddle.often the ladies rode with a strap to hook the skirts up under them.