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    05-15-2012, 11:45 AM
  #11
Started
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That was when I first had her

And this below
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Was last October.

And if that works, it's a miracle as I've never uploaded pictures before.

The first photo does not show the true glory of her unfitness. When I had her vetted the vet told me over the phone (I didn't attend the vetting) "her belly is down to her knees", and "I haven't tested her for pregnancy". In fact she emphasised that a lot!

And the second photo doesn't really show her off at all, but I don't seem to have any proper conformation shots.

Regardless, please take these as inspiration that yes indeed a Couch-loving-hay&chocolate-loving-ex-lardy-arsed-broodmare can indeed get hunting fit.


(oh, the shame of my chair seat!!!)
     
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    05-15-2012, 11:50 AM
  #12
Banned
Some of my broodmares never got their "girly" shape back.
     
    05-15-2012, 01:48 PM
  #13
Showing
I'm not going into critique (because I'm not good at it anyway), but isn't she a "foundation appy" type? Just curious here.

Cute girl and doesn't look like a typical "rescue" (skinny or scared).
     
    05-18-2012, 09:12 AM
  #14
Foal
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Originally Posted by Shropshirerosie    
[IMG][/IMG]

That was when I first had her

And this below
[IMG][/IMG]

Was last October.

And if that works, it's a miracle as I've never uploaded pictures before.

The first photo does not show the true glory of her unfitness. When I had her vetted the vet told me over the phone (I didn't attend the vetting) "her belly is down to her knees", and "I haven't tested her for pregnancy". In fact she emphasised that a lot!

And the second photo doesn't really show her off at all, but I don't seem to have any proper conformation shots.

Regardless, please take these as inspiration that yes indeed a Couch-loving-hay&chocolate-loving-ex-lardy-arsed-broodmare can indeed get hunting fit.


(oh, the shame of my chair seat!!!)

"Regardless, please take these as inspiration that yes indeed a Couch-loving-hay&chocolate-loving-ex-lardy-arsed-broodmare can indeed get hunting fit" hehe thank you so much for the giggle -- I now understand what a haybelly means Also for the inspiration -- your girl is lovely and I can definitely see the difference -- it will be lots of hard work but so worth it!!
     
    05-18-2012, 01:20 PM
  #15
Green Broke
Quote:
Originally Posted by Shropshirerosie    
[IMG][/IMG]

That was when I first had her

And this below
[IMG][/IMG]

Was last October.

And if that works, it's a miracle as I've never uploaded pictures before.

The first photo does not show the true glory of her unfitness. When I had her vetted the vet told me over the phone (I didn't attend the vetting) "her belly is down to her knees", and "I haven't tested her for pregnancy". In fact she emphasised that a lot!

And the second photo doesn't really show her off at all, but I don't seem to have any proper conformation shots.

Regardless, please take these as inspiration that yes indeed a Couch-loving-hay&chocolate-loving-ex-lardy-arsed-broodmare can indeed get hunting fit.


(oh, the shame of my chair seat!!!)

Wow she doesn't even look like the same horse!

Oh and I LOVE the pony
     

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