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post #1 of 22 Old 06-24-2012, 01:42 PM Thread Starter
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Loze - trakehner mare

Hey :)
This is Loze (Losche) - a 7 year old mare which I ride.
I started working with her not so long ago - she hasn't been riden OR lunged for a year or two... But, somehow, she stayed in a good shape - Loze has always been thin and had some muscules...

We saw that the mare has a quite strong jump and a good speed (Loze has some arab and thoroughbread blood in her) RUSSIAN TRAKEHNER - Loze (Losche) ID: 17004

So, here are some photos. What do you think about her conformation and what would be best for her - endurance riding, racing, jumping etc.? I'll be waiting for some comments ^_^


(sorry for my english, I hope you understood what I wanted to say :) )



Having a shower few days ago:







Jumping (not using her knees very good, right? :) ) :




From riding:
1st ride:

Some other day:

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Yesterday (1st place DD) :

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The first few pictures aren't showing up for me. :( Beautiful horse! If you're looking for a confo critique, though, it would be better to take pictures without tack, from the side, front, and back. Multiple pictures help too ;) But really, I think she's lovely- I love trakheners, and she's got a beautiful red color, wow! I can't really help much with discipline... I'd love to see some confo pics though, and some of her moving without tack, maybe.
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Oh, I'll try to fix that
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You're welcome!

Could you get someone else to hold her, or hold her while another person takes pictures of her?
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See anything now?
Or do I have to find another way of uploading? DDD
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She is gorgeous. I think she looks very well built.

in the last free jump photo, it looks a little bit like she has a kind of form called:
Hanging knees. I am not a jumper, but I have heard this can be a dangerous fault in that the horse does not pick up the knee high enough and can be in danger of catching her knee on the jump and tripping badly.

any jumpers, what do you think?
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Well, that was the first time she jumped... Maybe this problem will be corrected when she starts jumping more?
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She is gorgeous. I think she looks very well built.

in the last free jump photo, it looks a little bit like she has a kind of form called:
Hanging knees. I am not a jumper, but I have heard this can be a dangerous fault in that the horse does not pick up the knee high enough and can be in danger of catching her knee on the jump and tripping badly.

any jumpers, what do you think?
Maybe she is bringing her front legs forward and down in preperation for landing? Her form looks good in the other photos. But I am by no means an expert, so I could of course be talking waffle
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Well, that was the first time she jumped... Maybe this problem will be corrected when she starts jumping more?
Being her first time jumping? like very first time? If so starting her on a such a jump is not the way to start her off. You can ruin her before she even gets started. doing cross rails and grid work is by far better then having her learn her take off and not jump shallow or too deep. She can get hurt trying to do a spread with little to no jump training. In time she will be jumping like Teks are suppose to do but doing it too fast can put a stop to it real fast.
Shes pretty girl though.



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