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        06-20-2012, 05:02 PM
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    Haha, it the look she kept giving me was ridiculous. She thought I was crazy for making her stand there and walking around her in circles.
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        06-20-2012, 05:20 PM
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    I still like her hip and rear quarter. I think she might toe out a little though, in the rear. I'm fairly sure she toes in, in the front and seems to stand very close (narrow) in front.

    Her very thin and somewhat weak neck, makes her head look overly large. Her neck also ties in pretty high. She's slightly long and tucked-up, which gives her a bit of a weak loin.

    She looks like a kind sort of a girl and in pretty good condition. What do you normally do with her? If you intend to breed, has she been tested for LWO? I'm not a huge fan of frame, but admit she is perfectly marked for one.

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        06-20-2012, 05:44 PM
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    Foal
    Thank you! She wintered fairly well, and I think once she gets rode again daily (will be in about a week and a half when I'm there everyday) she will bulk up in neck and topline. She's only green broke but I've had in her a parade and in a couple gymkhana playdays, she's actually up for sale this summer, but if we were to keep her shed be used for pleasure an possibly barrels as she matures more. We don't plan to breed her, but if we did she would most definitely be tested, as she is out of two frame overo's that look almost identical to her. I don't doubt that she could be a carrier.
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        06-20-2012, 06:54 PM
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    Green Broke
    She looks like she could use more weight. Her neck is to thin, and her head looking at it by itself is a bit big. She does have pretty markings. Get her to round her back and neck and she will look nice under a saddle.
         

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