02-18-2008, 04:32 PM
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I also agree with Kyani. I agree with Sara too, but it might be hard to tell if it is conformational or birth related.
I was faced with a similar situation last summer (someone wanted to trade a gelding we were trying to sell for a mare with a turned in foreleg. I have a stallion, so the only reason I would take a mare on trade, would be if she was a good mare to breed to at some point. I have worked closely with the people offering the trade, and did not want to be rude, so I am so glad I posted pictures of that mare here. People pointed out issues with her legs - as well as other parts of her. I don't regret listening to the advice I was given here. Our current mare is very lovely, sweet, and correct - I would much rather pass that on.