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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
Are you sure she's 4? Looks more like a gangly two year old to me.
High withers, low set neck (or maybe its just an illusion? Conditioning may help), rather long back, weak coupling, straight back/steep croup, long pasterns and cannons. She looks like she toes out significantly in the back or is sickle hocked, but she isnt really square so I'm not going to say that for certain.
As of right now, she just looks like a wormy backyard breeding case- but with some groceries, conditioning, worming, and time- she may look like a totally different horse. I do like her coloring and markings. I'd say that after some recooperating time she'd make a lovely trail or beginners horse. Whats her story?
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