Thanks a lot!!! I have never followed colors/patterns etc cause they don't have a whole lot of meaning to me. I was reading on here a while back about breeding and getting a lethal white foal and then I got curious about both of my mares having so much white. Neither of my mares as long as they are with me (which will never be sold unless something tragic happens) will never see the day that they will have foal but it just got me curious as to whether either one of my mares would have to watched out for when it came to that.
She is turning 8 yo this year and she is broke. She has the best running walk in this world. She will not under any circumstances come out of her gait. She has no idea how to trot, canter, gallop, etc. if she can't gait it she don't do it. She is very very in your pocket horse. Wonderful personality with a WHOLE LOT of get up and go. She rides in a simple snaffle or halter, saddle or bareback. She's a great little mare. She was broke in as a 2 yo and left and then we bought her in October of 2011.
she is very toed out. So bad that when we bought her knees and pasterns hit when she walked. Her left front is still toed out a good bit the right front almost looks normal again. She will always be slightly toed out but she stole my heart. I would have paid five grand for her to get her out of the situation she was in. Posted via Mobile Device