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    09-15-2012, 09:49 PM
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Critique Joy my Palomino Mare

Ok critique Docs Golden Joy Palomino my APHA pally mare. She is 11 years old and ignore the plump belly she is pregnant and she is 14.3 hh. She isn't on the most even of ground sorry. And I know her feet need a trim I trimmed her a month ago her toes grow really quickly I have to trim her twice as much as my other horses. Anyways I'm enjoying learning about critiquing horses a lot. So here is Joy critique away =-P.





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    09-15-2012, 09:53 PM
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Based only on the last four photos, I would say she has very good conformation. She might be a bit base narrow on the front, but not sure she is perfectly squared up or not. I can see nothing that stands out as a fault.
     
    09-15-2012, 09:55 PM
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based only on the last four photos, I would say she has very good conformation. She might be a bit base narrow on the front, but not sure she is perfectly squared up or not. I can see nothing that stands out as a fault.
I can tell you she is a little base narrow buts its not real bad.
     
    09-16-2012, 02:47 AM
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What are the positives that give her nice conformation for my learning purposes if you don't mind
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    09-18-2012, 08:05 PM
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Anyone else?
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    09-18-2012, 09:22 PM
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I wont give a conformation critique but will on the turnout I am a stickler for using barbed wire for fencing with horses and would be a bit nervous about a half down gate. Makes me question the scar on the fetlock.
She's a pretty mare though

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    09-18-2012, 09:37 PM
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I wont give a conformation critique but will on the turnout I am a stickler for using barbed wire for fencing with horses and would be a bit nervous about a half down gate. Makes me question the scar on the fetlock.
She's a pretty mare though

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That's not their gate that is some old gate that my cousin has laid there on the corner H post outside the pasture its not even on any hinges. I wouldn't leave a broken gate like that too keep horses in lol. They would be out in a heartbeat. As for the scar you are right that is from barbed wire when she was about 2 she felt it was a good idea to paw the fence and she got hung up. She got antsy when she saw me bringing food in the barn. Beside that accident I've never had any problems with barbed wire myself.
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    09-18-2012, 10:29 PM
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Barbed wire is NASTY. My boy got spooked by a bear the other day, tried to jump the fence and failed. I can't wait, our new barn doesn't have barbed wire, but electrified fence.

Other than that, beautiful horse, what do you do with her?
     
    09-18-2012, 10:55 PM
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I used to do 4H with her and we would do those little shows now she is just our trail horse I've been having back issues with her lately I'm having a chiropractor come look at her. They live on a 15 acre horse pasture that we own I bet electrified fence all the way around that would be expensive.
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    09-18-2012, 11:02 PM
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I used to do 4H with her and we would do those little shows now she is just our trail horse I've been having back issues with her lately I'm having a chiropractor come look at her. They live on a 15 acre horse pasture that we own I bet electrified fence all the way around that would be expensive. If I can get her back feeling better and after she has her baby I want to start taking her to palomino shows. I was kinda upset she got rebred the neighbors new stud colt got into my pasture and bred her. Well at least it will be a cute baby and now that colt is gelded hopefully that won't happen again.
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