Be Honest, I'm ready for it...

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Be Honest, I'm ready for it...

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    11-28-2011, 01:48 AM
Be Honest, I'm ready for it...

This is my mare Cami, she is a 12 year old American Paint Horse (Camis Camie Bar Paint). I am just curious what everyone thinks about her. It really won't bother me, be honest.

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    11-28-2011, 02:54 AM
Despite her resemblance to a hot dog, when you break her down, she's not all bad. Her long, weak back and extreme downhill-ness are her worst features. She looks a tad better in the more recent pic. Very nice shoulder and good leg angles (though I could do with more length to the gaskin and less to the hind cannons). I'd like a little more bone thickness, too. Nice neck and certainly has the "pretty" factor.
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    11-28-2011, 05:11 PM
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I agree with bubba13 that most of her flaws are in her back and she is butt-high. Other than that, a nice looking mare!

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