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post #1 of 23 Old 04-25-2012, 01:28 PM Thread Starter
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Blazing Hot Daughter- Opinions?



Blazing Hot daughter. Out of a daughter of Zippo Pine Bar. What do you think of her?

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Blazing Hot daughter. Out of a daughter of Zippo Pine Bar. What do you think of her?
Sure worth a look!!!!!
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Her left knee looks really lumpy and swollen to me, as opposed to how flat the other one is. Are there and other non-angled shots of her? She looks cute, but you can't see a thing about her confo from that picture.

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Sure worth a look!!!!!
I'm tempted, but I want to see confo shots first if they will answer me. ;)
I like that she is at least started and she is a looker. A daughter of Blazing Hot, which I actually don't know much about...

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Her left knee looks really lumpy and swollen to me, as opposed to how flat the other one is. Are there and other non-angled shots of her? She looks cute, but you can't see a thing about her confo from that picture.
I know the photographer of that picture.

I am sure he got the best shot possible.
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Oh I'm not saying it's a bad shot, its a very typical and very flattering picture of a QH that is being advertised. What I'm saying is that the photographer may be too good! xD a lot of times a horse can look wonderful from one direction, and gangly from another. Its best to assess a horse from two side, a front, and a back picture together to get as full of an idea of their conformation as possible IMO :) which is why I was wondering if there were any other pictures.

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Oh I'm not saying it's a bad shot, its a very typical and very flattering picture of a QH that is being advertised. What I'm saying is that the photographer may be too good! xD a lot of times a horse can look wonderful from one direction, and gangly from another. Its best to assess a horse from two side, a front, and a back picture together to get as full of an idea of their conformation as possible IMO :) which is why I was wondering if there were any other pictures.
I don't know i'm going to go look at her videos that they have it that helps everyone. Anyone else want me to post?

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I don't know i'm going to go look at her videos that they have it that helps everyone. Anyone else want me to post?
I would love to see it....please....
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I would love to see it....please....


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Very attractive horse but can't tell much more than that from the photo. Mostly posting to say that I was somewhat taken aback at the title of the thread - I was wondering whose daughter you were referring to and hoping she was over the age of 18 ha.
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