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        01-07-2014, 09:47 AM
      #11
    Green Broke
    She IS a nice horse. The photos will show people what a bad photo (the last one) can do to a nice horse (the first and third ones being much better and I am glad they are there because the last one makes her look bad which she is not!).

    She seems to have a correct shoulder and front leg.. perhaps slightly over at the knee which is cosmetic. She is a little down hill in build. Her neck ties in correctly to her withers but ties into her chest a bit low. Her hind leg is correct with nice large roomy hocks. She is a little bit long through the coupling.

    Nice horse. Do you jump her? She looks like she might do hunter over fences or equitation over fences.. maybe more....
         
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        02-25-2014, 12:36 PM
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    Weanling
    Flicka!!! Hehehe I miss that little buttface. I still have those videos of her and Beau goofing off and I will never forget her glorious kick at the random car in the driveway.

    She's looking good Abby <3
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