What discipline is this horse best suited for?

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What discipline is this horse best suited for?

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    09-13-2013, 08:38 PM
What discipline is this horse best suited for?

She has slightly calved knees so I don't know if jumping is in her future. I ride dressage at first level, hoping to someday get to 3rd. This horse is green (knows how to lead and pick up her feet and that's about it). She can scratch her ear with her hind foot and has kicked out in a straight horizontal line and held her leg in that position. She has a nice trot, not as extended as a thoroughbreds or warmblood but she can over track her front hoof prints.
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    09-13-2013, 08:42 PM
Green Broke
Umm... pictures are upside down...
    09-13-2013, 08:56 PM
Curious...is she a draft cross? She very much looks like one.

Anyway, she looks like she'd be a good using horse. Meaning that whatever you wanted to do with her, she could probably do, and do well. Maybe not professional-level well, but well enough. I think she could even be a descent jumper.
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