Confession: The Manifold Stock Horse!
Okay, how can I explain what you can see here. There is a cute little Sia next to our giant, Ima. I think we finally have to confess something here. We are not really breeding Quarter nor Paint Horses. Our breed is a "bit" different. They are called Manifold Stock Horse. Basically its a Quarter Horse conformation like breed, but with some little differences in, like, size and color.
I would love to explain anything about them here,
but I think its easier to link you to our Breed-Characteristic Page: The Manifold Stock Horse.
(Yes its a fictional breed and it does not exist in real life, but I simply couldnt decide what to breed, quarter, paints, appaloosas? Idk, I wanted all of them and I remembered I have the free space to live it out right here. So I wanted a quarter like conformation but with the possibility of all colors that existed in the world, free space to have a colorful farm. And thats how the Manifolds were created. As I sat on their template I used a basich Template for Quarters and just made them a bit bigger and added some features I liked, but more about that can be read in their breed profile. It will be some time as I am now editing my Establishment and Equine Page here and also my website will get new pictures as the old conformation pictures are now outdated. It will take time, but I will keep you all up here with some of the new "Horses On The Black" photos and stuff )
Okay, back to the background of this picture. We brought Sia (@Drovers_Run) together with all the other mares today. And we were really impressed by the size differences Ima and Sia had as they stood next to each other. Ima is with her 1.62 m one of the bigger kinds of the Manifolds, but we love our big baby. We still got some cool breezes over here but the main storm has gone. Its getting warmer and warmer but still with that little windy chill outside.