This is my new girl that I haven't decided if is going to be another project to sell or if I'll end up keeping her, but time will tell. Wasn't planning on getting another horse to train, and the only reason I went to look at her is because I thought she was going to be skinny from the picture that was posted on her ad (can see below). Long story short went to go look at her and she's in good weight, but I fell in love with her and fell more in love with her when I saw her bloodlines and couldn't beat the price. She's going to need some work as she hasn't been worked with/ridden much in the past couple of years due to the owner's health but seems to be a sweet little mare. I plan on doing dressage and two phases with her, and eventing in a couple years if I do decide to keep her.
What should I do about her feet? They are uneven, cracked, and don't look very pleasant. Mostly working on ground manners right now with a little lunging. (Hoof pictures in second post below)
Racing history: She had four starts in 2005 and was unplaced in all of them, with comments like "tired" and "no threat", so racing was definitely not her thing and you can tell that when working with her.
Bloodlines: Tinas Cantina Thoroughbred 1208716_648850608468847_112147087_n.jpg 1236405_648849151802326_239122551_n.jpg 1239773_648848295135745_878361420_n.jpg 1185916_648852728468635_1827526897_n.jpg img_4195161_2013_06_19_14_20_19.jpg 1174560_648767238477184_875370506_n.jpg