Horse in Pasture Jigsaw Puzzle

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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of a large horse in a summer pasture. The horse has a gray muzzle and clipped mane.

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fiestyolelady
Sep 4, 2017
Beautiful horse in fall field.
pashacat45
Jul 20, 2017
My friend has a horse that looks very similar to this one, he's an Appaloosa, and has small spots and flecking like this one. He's very beautiful and super sweet.
JUDY2014
Feb 17, 2017
Looks like a draft horse....
vmarie
Sep 11, 2016
I wish to thank everyone for their wonderful and interesting comments.
I personally did not mistake this animal for a unicorn, although I can see how this interpretation might happen on first glance.

What I see remarkable about this animal is its large jaw. Because of the jaw, I think this may be a work horse of some type. In perusing the work horse breeds, the Boulonnais seemed the closest, but I'm not sure.

The horse here also has a fair amount of "dappling" in its pigmentation. The animal certainly is stately in its appearance. Looking closer at the position of the eye, I get the impression that she is watching the photographer take her picture.

I've often said there's nothing better for the inside of a man than the outside of a horse. --Ronald Reagan
retirenow14
Sep 9, 2016
This must be a horse that is common in Europe or Asia. I have never seen one with these distinctive markings or body type.
orinoco
Sep 7, 2016
At first glance I thought it was a unicorn--with that left hand ear as the horn! In my teens in the 70s I collected unicorn things but then they started plastering them all over everything and "hunting the unicorn" wasn't so much fun anymore.
leighta
Sep 7, 2016
I thought it was a unicorn at first, too. A little disappointed it was not one...
Shhh...the horsey can be a unicorn if he/she believes in themselves.
aussiesapphire
Sep 7, 2016
Does look a bit like that Orinoco and it is a very unusual horse, don't think I have ever seen one like that before.
olamae61
Sep 7, 2016
My mother used to collect unicorns. We kids were grateful, because we knew what to get her for birthdays and holidays! When she passed we discovered she had at least 100 items, (paintings, prints, statuettes) of unicorns!
xyxyxyxx
Sep 7, 2016
I had the same first thought orinoco!
darambo
Sep 7, 2016
Good morning all you puzzlers :) My first thought was the horse was a unicorn also, see great minds do work a like ha ha ha! Everyone have a great day and be safe.
ParsonWayne
Sep 7, 2016
Sometimes minds run in the same rut also. ;-))) At least mine does, like when I make a comment without reading all the comments that are already posted. I enjoy all of the comments - well, at least most of them.
aussiesapphire
Sep 7, 2016
:) PW have you run out of puns?? Well this one was not very punny hehehehe. Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Sep 8, 2016
I was a little hoarse from trying to find a pun for this one - till AS nagged me about the lack of a pun. Neigh, I will probably never run out of puns.
darambo
Sep 8, 2016
You are all just hilarious!! PW like Aussie I at first thought you ran out of puns, should have known better. Look forward what the two of you write everyday. Thanks for making my mornings brighter!! Take care and be safe.
aussiesapphire
Sep 8, 2016
Lol - love it and glad I nagged you into being punny again. Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Sep 9, 2016
Having been a "pasture" for 53 years, it helps to have a sense of hum(o)ur. And that horse is certainly outstanding in his field.
aussiesapphire
Sep 7, 2016
Hello, I'm Mr. Ed

A horse is a horse, of course, of course,
And no one can talk to a horse of course
That is, of course, unless the horse is the famous Mr. Ed.

Go right to the source and ask the horse
He'll give you the answer that you'll endorse.
He's always on a steady course.
Talk to Mr. Ed.

etc.

God bless and keep you - hugs.
olamae61
Sep 7, 2016
Thanks, so much Aussiesapphire! I was thinking about the Mr. Ed tune when I was doing the puzzle! I love horses and this one reminded me of Mr. Ed for some reason! God bless- and hugs! :)
cannj
Sep 7, 2016
Of course I sang that to myself! LOL
ParsonWayne
Sep 7, 2016
You remembered more of the song than I did, but wasn't the last line: "The famous Mr. Ed"? My memory is not what it used to be, and I'm afraid it never was [what it used to be]. lol
aknan
Sep 7, 2016
Bless you, aussie - now that tune will be running through what's left of my mind all day!
trynfindit
Sep 7, 2016
Parson, I have a small wooden sign in my kitchen that says, "The older I get the better I was."
aussiesapphire
Sep 7, 2016
Like it trynfindit LOL. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Sep 7, 2016
Not my memory PW, it is called Bing memory lol. Much more reliable than mine. Hugs.
kjd3682
Sep 8, 2016
To continue:

people yakkity yak away and waste the time of day, but Mr. Ed will never speak unless he something to say!
trynfindit
Sep 7, 2016
Maybe it's just me but from the withers to the head on this horse looks odd.
aknan
Sep 7, 2016
It's the mane, trynfindit; it's been roached, clipped short to stand upright instead of lay along the side of the neck..
nlbuchanan
Sep 8, 2016
When I look at it, it seems as though the cheek bone has been caved in. Of course, horses don't have cheeks, per se, but the side of the head looks more concave than I'm accustomed to.
trynfindit
Sep 8, 2016
Aknan, but the neck and head are weird. As nlb said, the "cheek" area seems flattened and the lower part of the head below the cheek down to the nose seems awfully narrow.
kjd3682
Sep 8, 2016
I think it's the angle of the pic and the coloring of the horse. It almost looks like there's no 'underchin' until you look closer.
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