Join Date: May 2011
Location: Chino Valley, AZ
Shoot...missed editing my post.
I also see that she's pigeon breasted a little bit, her neck ties in low and her croup is very steep.
To be quite frank, I see her doing well as a trail horse. Anything too strenuous, like performance sports (barrels, poles, etc), and she'll break down quickly with those legs. She's definitely not a halter horse. Depending on her gaits, she might be able to do western pleasure, but I doubt she'd place very high (if at all), because from what I understand (and have seen from the local shows I've been to), it isn't just gaits the judges look at, it's conformation as well (at least from what I've seen).
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