Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: ~*~ NEBRASKA ~*~
She would be a foster for 60-90 days first as she is coming from a rescue. The plan is to have my farrier (specializes in corrective and barefoot) work on her (her hooves are kind of yucky right now), some chiro, a little EPR (Equine Positional Release) and a lot of ground work to start working on her balance and build up some muscle and then reassess.
The footing in the arena was really bad, it had been a stall barn and they just removed the stalls and hadn't put any sand or other footing in it so it did have some dips, etc as well as spots with slippery poop.
I see some potential as a low level dressage, trail horse but now that you guys have pointed it out, I also see something that could be a lamness.