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BIG 17.2H Dutch/TB cross I'm considering

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        03-08-2013, 07:44 PM
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    Banned
    Is it just me, but aside from the rider I thought the horse looked either tight in the shoulder or locked a little in the knee.....or both Thoughts??
         
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        03-09-2013, 04:32 PM
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    Green Broke
    This horse is a nice one. However, he is 17hh and he moves like a big horse... and is a little bit clunky. This is in part because he needs more training to get his weight to the rear and his rider is loose in the saddle and leaning on the reins and not helping the horse t all.

    The horse has good bone and is in good condition. His shoulder is adequate and his neck ties in correctly on the bottom. He appears to be slightly back at the knee.

    Overall I like this horse. Probably would like him a lot more with more training and better riding.
         

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