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Confo and Weight Critique

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    11-06-2012, 06:36 AM
Confo and Weight Critique

Hi, so I've posted a thread asking for a conformation critique before but most reply's were asking about her being pregnant which she is NOT thank god she was just really fat there for a while and still is a little tubby. So I want to know what you think of her she is a 13yr old Arab x Aussie stock horse and is around 14.3 hands high. Also does she look like she has lost weight in the past few months? Oh and her lack of muscle is due to being in very little work.
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    11-06-2012, 11:51 AM
She's butt high, her pasterns are a little too sloped, not bad though... She has a really big belly lol
    11-06-2012, 01:14 PM
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This is a really nice little horse. Her coupling is a bit weak (whish her peak of rump was a little further forward) and she is butt high.. but she is well proportioned and has really solid legs. She has a bit of a sway forming in her back and her belly hangs mostly because she is out of condition.

I bet if she were worked regularly, with lots of trotting up hills and trotting over caveletti (to build her abdominal muscles) you would see a big difference.

This horse is too nice to be a pasture puff. Would love to see if she would work cattle.
    11-07-2012, 03:06 AM
Thank you for the replies! I've been flat out with school this year trying to get my marks up but when school finishes (Only 4 more weeks) she will definitely be worked a lot more. She's never worked cattle before but the neighbours have some maybe when she's in a bit more work I can try it out.

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