02-16-2012, 08:51 PM
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Thats the first thing I noticed when I saw her! I felt her hindquarters and their like rock solid! When I went to text ride her we went to a few steep hills, and she would stop at the end of the hill and leap from a standstill up the hill, she has extremely strong hindquarters. I do agree on waiting. I'm going to condition her since she does have a big hay belly. She's the smartest horse I have EVER came across, and i've came across alot! Her temprement is amazing for her age. I want to start her on at least walking and trotting the pattern so she sees it and gets to know it. The owner says she see's Lily running around in the pasture and turning around trees, so I think she'd be a great horse for it, I just wasn't sure on her conformation.