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You know when you see people standing on the horses back, with like one foot on one horse and the other foot on the other horse   is that damaging for the horses back?  or is it ok? 

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Another unique breed the ‘Fresian’.  It reminds me of Singhs after Keshi Ashnaan.  Look at the length of their hair.

horse doing matha tek to Guru Granth Sahib ji  

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47 minutes ago, puzzled said:

really interesting   just googled it    really powerful majestic looking horses      i remember the police used to ride these horses not sure if they still do     back in the 90s we used to have the police on these horses at the nagar kirtans as well 

Yeh these horses now used for shows and parades to make a presence.  You see these types of breeds in the Queens parade with the military drummer on them.  They aren’t really that good for riding because they have a really broad back, you’ll end up walking like John Wayne if your not careful.  Great for pulling carts and heavy loads like the old time beer drayman and coal wagons.

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9 minutes ago, puzzled said:

You know when you see people standing on the horses back, with like one foot on one horse and the other foot on the other horse   is that damaging for the horses back?  or is it ok? 

With the power and strength the horses possess, I doubt the horse would even notice.  The saddle is only for the comfort of the rider really.  Also the weight is distributed between two horses so that lessens the load and also experienced riders know exactly where to place the foot without causing discomfort to the horses.

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18 minutes ago, puzzled said:

 

Very little differences amongst the breeds but Marwari is the most sought after breed.  Probably because the way it has been marketed by the breed club.  Theres also huge rivalry amongst the two breed groups as to who has the best horse.  

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38 minutes ago, TigerForce1 said:

With the power and strength the horses possess, I doubt the horse would even notice.  The saddle is only for the comfort of the rider really.  Also the weight is distributed between two horses so that lessens the load and also experienced riders know exactly where to place the foot without causing discomfort to the horses.

ok   its just that a few times iv read people on youtube say that its damaging    but i was think that horses are really strong so i doubt they feel much 

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20 minutes ago, TigerForce1 said:

Another unique breed the ‘Fresian’.  It reminds me of Singhs after Keshi Ashnaan.  Look at the length of their hair.

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beautiful majestic looking horse    the hair is so long 

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15 minutes ago, puzzled said:

iv never been to a horse mandi b4!  iv only been to a maj/cow mandi! lol       i only go punjab in December  

They have these all over Punjab.  The one in Amritsar used to be held once a year and you can purchase horses as well as rent out your Stallion for breeding purposes.  Some people just turn up to show off their horses, after a long year of hard graft looking after these animals.  Good place to see and talk to experienced individuals about breeds. 

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