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        08-27-2013, 02:58 PM
    Originally Posted by natisha    
    I think they look fine but I'm used to Arabians with skinny but strong legs.
    I'd be more concerned with her slightly long pasterns & them riding her so much already.
    I have been emailing the breeders for her and the said they have only done w/t some trail riding and ponying her with a saddle. She has been rode approx 90 days since she turned 2 in April. But has just been put back out to pasture until next year, they said so she could grow more before finishing her out and starting on loping if they have her that long.

    - I was wondering if anybody else thought her pasterns might be a little long.
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        08-27-2013, 03:21 PM
    She does look to me to be rather light on bone in front, especially since up top she's a very solid girl. And the pasterns are bit on the long side.
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