Forgot to add; she's also somewhat cow-hocked in the back legs and usually a bit toed out in the hind hooves as a result. Could you tell me if her neck looks eweish more because of liking to work on her forehand, or that's just how the neck is formed? During the early years of 2-5, she was plowed hard on her forehand in Western ring, she's been English for about 5 years, I'm curious to know if the upside-down neck happened because of that, or because it's just how she's built.
So far, her performance is very versatile; success on the track, barrel racing, trail, hunter/jumper schooling 3ft 6in, Mounted Patrol, sheep herding, and training level Dressage. She loves speed events the most, remembering the patterns after years out of the ring. According to two Dressage trainers, her bad performance tendencies are moving on the forehand, and easily tensing her back or moving above/behind the bit. Her best performance points are impulsion, agility, and bravery.