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post #1 of 5 Old 07-04-2012, 11:07 AM Thread Starter
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Twitty - 7yo QH cross

Twitty is a horse I used to ride every day as a 3 and four year old. As a three year old, we were undefeated in training level dressage and as a four year old, he maintained his level-headed carefree attitude over fences. I was THIS close to buying him when someone bought him out from under me. Since then, he's sat in a field for three years. I rode him all last week and showed him saturday and he acted like a pro. He's for sale again and is now 7 years old and about 15.2-3 Chestnut Roan Sabino Appy/QH. Very Sweet boy.

I'm looking for a horse for eventing, dressage, trail, and hunters at least 3'

Me showing him as a 3yo:

As a 4yo:

And more recently:
Twitty 18" - YouTube

Twitty2 - YouTube

We only showed at 18" and 2' since he was not in shape, and I only got someone to video our 18' round..

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Unfortunately those pics are impossible to tell much from. He needs to be side on, front on, and back... look at this: Conformation Tutorial

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post #4 of 5 Old 07-05-2012, 11:29 AM
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From what i can see, he has a decent shoulder, good depth of girth and not a bad neck set.
I like his front legs
Back is a little flat and he appears slightly bum high
Sharp slope to his croup and he looks a little weak in the loins
Cant say much about his back legs from those photos without him standing square

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Sorry, I know they aren't conformation pictures, but his owner is clueless and I'm in a different state so I cant just hop over and take a nice picture.

How about his movement? What do you think about him as a hunter?

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