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DrDeb
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Posted: Wed Mar 5th, 2014 12:01 pm
Ladyhawk, either woolly or not so woolly would be just fine. Just so they're clean and not all caked with mud or patchy wetness. And yes, yours is definitely one of the less common breeds, and photos of both horses would help me out a lot, along with all our readership at Equus Magazine. Thanks very much for offering to take photos!

If you do send .jpg's, make them attachments to an EMail and send it to: drdebphotos@equinestudies.org or office@equinestudies.org. The size should be not less than 35 inches wide at 72 dpi, or 6 inches at 300 dpi, approximately. -- Dr. Deb

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Posted: Tue Nov 11th, 2014 12:56 am
Hello Dr. Bennett

Are you interested in photos of Canadian horses ? I have tons of good quality pictures of them.

Sandra

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Posted: Tue Nov 11th, 2014 01:07 am
Annette, your photos would be of great interest and assistance to everyone. Maybe you can get a new neighbor to come over and hold the halter lead ropes for you while you do the photos. Surely there will be someone who can give you an hour of their time -- hopefully the horses are broke enough to not be too much difficulty. Thank you very much for the offer; send photos to office@equinestudies.org. Cheers -- Dr. Deb
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Posted: Wed Nov 12th, 2014 11:36 pm
DO you already have all the Arabian pix you want, including strains? I have three straight Egyptians with very different body types if you'd like them.
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Posted: Thu Nov 13th, 2014 12:23 am
Well, they won't appear in Equus Magazine but they might appear in the book on the subject of conformation which we are preparing -- so yes, absolutely, I'd love to see your horses. And thanks very much for the offer; without the participation of so many owners, we would not be able to know what we need to know in order to go on breeding good horses. -- Dr. Deb
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Posted: Thu Nov 13th, 2014 12:33 am
What resolution would you prefer?

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Posted: Fri Nov 14th, 2014 05:48 am
Joe -- from the first post in this thread, where I also show an example of a good-quality shot:

PLEASE make sure that the filesize is not less than about 8 Megapixels, i.e. approximately 35 inches wide X 72 dpi or about 8 inches wide at 300 dpi. Photos can be even larger than this, up to the limit of what your browser will allow you to EMail.

Thanks very much again for your willingness to contribute. -- Dr. Deb



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I can take 16 mp shots +- and send rather large files with our fiber optic. My concern was driven by our experience a few years back when I sent you too large a file of a persimmon and it bogged down your system. SO if you say "go for size," I'll see how high I can send.

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Posted: Fri Nov 14th, 2014 10:24 am
Joe, I just need sufficient size -- not maximum size. The 8 in. X 300 dpi or equivalent is just great. -- Dr. Deb
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Posted: Wed Aug 26th, 2015 07:37 pm
Hi Dr Deb,
are you still looking for pictures?
I have some interesting mixes - draft/warmblood/lusitano/arab crosses.
I would love to help you in any way I can - for everything you do for us! :)
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Posted: Wed Aug 26th, 2015 10:56 pm
Sure, Zuzana -- you can EMail photos to office@equinestudies.org. Very interested in anything you may send! Thank you very much -- Dr. Deb
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Posted: Fri Dec 11th, 2015 04:18 am
Dear People: I'm just starting a new "chapter" in our horse breed history series in Equus Magazine. The new "chapter" (really a series of articles) will focus on the Morgan and its derivative breeds, i.e. TWH, American Saddlebred, American Standardbred, Foxtrotter, Rocky Mountain Horse, Spotted Saddle Horse.

Anybody who can supply PHOTOS of these horses -- I make a plea for help! Especially do I need MORGANS -- understand, no question, this is also about getting a kind of free advertising. If I use a given photo, credit is given to the donor and/or farm and it is seen by over 250,000 readers.

I cannot use copyright photos, i.e. those taken by a professional photographer unless the photographer gives us written permission. I would PREFER photos taken by the owner himself or herself anyway.

If you can possibly help out on this, it will be a boost for the Morgan breed as well as good reading and learning for everybody.

If you want to submit a photo, please do it directly to office@equinestudies.org.

THANKS A MILLION -- Dr. Deb

 

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Posted: Tue Jan 5th, 2016 04:04 am
Hi Deb

I am sure that you have thought of this but we have a few Morgan breeders that you may be able to contact to supply you with good quality photos. They are Mountain Creek, Wilga Park and Red Bluff Morgans.

Cheers
Dorinda
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Posted: Fri Aug 11th, 2017 12:07 pm
Would you be interested in pics from Nooitgedachter horses? A South African breed.
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Yes, certainly: I've never seen one of those! -- Dr. Deb




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