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The horses became fury with the Halters kit, which sweated even more to meet the new fashions and bred for a larger horses while retaining the heavier muscles. All these horses had a high proportion of tuberculosis and were dominating the tournament and racing worlds.
Because of the new fashions, the bulldog could no longer enter the halters' arena, nor could he ride the T.B.C. bulldog - nor could he win an AQHA championship that also demanded halters. The Bulldog's destiny was marked by the emergence of Impressives (line breeding Three Bar and only 24% QH) and their offspring in the 70s and 80s.
Except for the bovine categories, they were considered too rough and too brief for the contemporary showmanship. There was no place for them in the exhibition environment (which sets the standard for the breed). Nowadays, the era of the "special horse" is in full course, whereby the holster pony, the west amusement pony, the British amusement pony and the bull pony all have a different exterior and different movements.
Most Quarter Horse owner had no clue how much tuberculosis was in their Quarter Horse, or that their Modern Quarter Horse had very little similarity to the initial one. It was not only that the Modern Quarter Horse looked different, but much of the beautiful temper was gone due to the inclusion of warm tuberculosis and a growing number of razor bones and other feet issues as the feet became smaller while the muscles stayed the same.