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    02-08-2013, 09:05 PM
Thanks y'all!

Your views pretty much reflect what I could pick at her about. I do think this picture doesn't do her very much justice she is standing under herself quite dramatically lol! Aain thank you all so much for the insight and compliments.

Lol customcanines
I'm very fond of her to say the least.
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    02-08-2013, 09:15 PM
Beautiful baby. Good luck!
    02-09-2013, 07:30 AM
Green Broke
Pretty draft. I too see the back at the knee but with all the feathers, it is hard to say. Very nicely kept horse.. a bit butt high and a bit long backed. Maybe a git straight through the hocks (being picky there).

At two this horse will likely be a bit butt high but may become better proportioned as maturity comes into play. Nice job with the turn out and care. The look on your face says it all.. and even if his conformation was awful(and it is NOT), your pride in this animal is far far more important. Shows in the look of the horse and the expression on your face.
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