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        01-19-2013, 04:15 AM
      #21
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    When you get there try to make her square up with her leg out like that I can't really tell if she would end up being hip high or not. She does tie in low at the withers and have a bit of a steep shoulder but those don't effect the pleasure horse so much. Most of the 1D barrel horses I know have steep shoulders. Her head does look maybe a little heavy for her body but that could be angle and color perception.

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        01-19-2013, 04:22 AM
      #22
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    Sorry hadnt seen the other post. In the new pictures her back looks a little sharp this could be because she has dropped weight or it could from underdevelopment/developmental issues from a steep shoulder. Again she might just be a hard winter keeper. Her feet have definitely not been properly trimmed several times, most likely by someone on the property who only went to one farrier clinic and never an actual class. I am not sure if it is the trimming or natural clubbing that gives her that look.

    I am not sure if it is just me but her back legs also look off, maybe to straight at the knee.... I would say she would make a great kids horse but not a serious riding horse.
         
        01-22-2013, 08:05 PM
      #23
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    Nice looking horse
         

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