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        05-01-2012, 10:28 PM
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    Coggins won't do anything for soundess problems. I also wonder why on earth she was being cantered at five days and only two years old. I was just waiting for her to fall on her face in that video. Two year olds are very unbalanced to begin with, and a heavy man cantering her when she's still unsure of how to even walk correctly under saddle is just begging for something to go wrong.
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        05-01-2012, 10:34 PM
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    What do you mean "over do"?
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    I mean she is young.

    It is May...when did she turn two???

    Did they x-ray her knees???
         
        05-01-2012, 10:51 PM
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    I know Coggins has nothing to do with soundness but if she checks out good and everything I have to have a Coggins for her to leave the state. She turned 2 in April. She wasn't ridden everyday. They rode from january clear till now getting between 30-60days. I'm asking about soundness issue and other things as I go. I don't know about x-rays. I've not asked. Yes it sounds bad. I just realized it.....if I got her, id likely give her a chance to grow and then have my trainer who is much lighter would take her on.
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        05-01-2012, 11:05 PM
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    She doesn't look too happy, and her confo is something else entirely.
         
        05-01-2012, 11:33 PM
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    I know Coggins has nothing to do with soundness but if she checks out good and everything I have to have a Coggins for her to leave the state. She turned 2 in April. She wasn't ridden everyday. They rode from january clear till now getting between 30-60days. I'm asking about soundness issue and other things as I go. I don't know about x-rays. I've not asked. Yes it sounds bad. I just realized it.....if I got her, id likely give her a chance to grow and then have my trainer who is much lighter would take her on.
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    I like her too.
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        05-02-2012, 12:25 AM
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    Hunters bump?
         
        05-02-2012, 12:40 AM
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    You got me. I'll post her current picture tomorrow. The pictures on the video were in January.
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        05-02-2012, 12:46 AM
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    She sure seems tolerant. I'd buy her based on that alone.
         
        05-02-2012, 01:23 AM
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    Yikes That poor mare has missed some serious ground training She knows nothing of giving to pressure by watching that video.If that is the trainer on her I'd be pretty scared about what more he has/hasn't done with her.
    The profile of her she has a pointy looking hip & steep croup.Also I know she is young but definitely isn't growing very level she is pretty downhill just hope that topline levels out. I do Like Lazy loper but sorry can't say i'm I'm that keen on the looks of this mare.....
         
        05-02-2012, 01:52 AM
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    She turned 2 /this/ April?
         

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