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        05-23-2013, 08:47 PM
    I finally got kind of better pictures of him.

    Not that good because I broke his halter accidentally (Don't... Don't ask.) and nobody could hold him for me.

    I also got one way-back-when and forgot to post it!

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        05-25-2013, 01:52 AM
        05-25-2013, 05:33 AM
    Heheh that little pony is a barrel!
    Not the best pics for confo. He has no wither by the looks of them! :o) See if you could get some better ones.
    Also, well done on keeping him clean! You really deserve a medal! :o)
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        05-25-2013, 07:11 AM
    Originally Posted by EquineBovine    
    Heheh that little pony is a barrel!
    Not the best pics for confo. He has no wither by the looks of them! :o) See if you could get some better ones.
    Also, well done on keeping him clean! You really deserve a medal! :o)
    Maybe, just maybe, my dad will take me to see him tomorrow. I miiiight get some pics.

    Also, he's not that clean.

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        05-28-2013, 07:12 AM
    Awww he is one cool looking dude! :o)
        05-28-2013, 07:42 PM
    Originally Posted by EquineBovine    
    Awww he is one cool looking dude! :o)
    Haha, thanks. If he'd stop following me for one second I might be able to get nice pics.
        05-29-2013, 06:03 PM
    Bleh, just trying to keep this thread at the top so I leave you with a pic of my cousin riding Zanzibar.

        05-30-2013, 12:18 PM
    Green Broke
    This last photo shows why his neck looks the way it does. He is standing with a hollow back and a high head. I would take him off that bit and get him in a snaffle. He needs a LOT of back to front riding to learn how to raise the root of his neck and use his abdominal muscles to lengthen and support his back. In this photo he is doing exactly the opposite of that.. he has his head up, and his back hollowed.

    Ridden and trained properly, this horse could do quite a lot. He needs at least 6 months of flat training and being ridden from the back to front...
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