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Conformation Critique on my Tanker?

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    09-13-2012, 02:44 PM
Thank you Elana, I'm curious what all those things mean about her, what does it mean she'd be good or bad for? As for doing dressage or driving, maybe someday I'll do some low level stuff, but she's really just my horse to love and snuggle on all the time xD she ground drives pretty well now, but isn't a big fan of anything with wheels xD

Natisha Thank you She's only 15.2hands xD she looks big, but really isn't
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    09-13-2012, 02:53 PM
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Originally Posted by PunksTank    
Her only mission in life is to be pretty, let me snuggle with her and occasionally hang out on her back and do some trails sometimes. So if her conformation is actually appalling and just looking pretty to me that's ok you can point that out xD

I think she is doing very well fufilling her mission in life!

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