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What Do You Think of Her?

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    06-17-2012, 11:28 PM
Generally a few photos are needed. One of each side, with the horse taking up most of the frame. One square on of the backside and one of the face.

From the kind of photo angle you posted all we can say is that she's a horse.
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    06-18-2012, 09:56 AM
Originally Posted by iamanequestrian    
Thanks for attempting everybody!
That is everybody besides..
Tianimalz and Kayella - That is extremely unnecessary, please comment elsewhere. Thank you. :)
Haha, learn to take a joke. She's a pretty horse for sure, but there is nothing we can tell you about her unless you just posted a picture to get comments like "OMAHGEEZ SO PERTY" If you want confo critiques, please provide the proper pictures... otherwise, Kayella and I are the clowns around here so don't take us personally
    06-18-2012, 11:13 AM
I like the stripe down her face
iamanequestrian likes this.
    06-18-2012, 01:27 PM
Originally Posted by Kayella    
After much deliberation and review, I feel quite confident in stating that she is, indeed, a horse.
Tsk. She's a pony.

(*not for the first time, wonders why there's no :nod: smiley on this forum*)
    06-19-2012, 09:44 AM
It is rude and I asked you kindly to please comment elsewhere.
    06-19-2012, 08:56 PM
It wasn't rude, they were clearly joking. What are you, 12? (And yes, that was rude. Not the others, but I was/am.) Honestly, if you expected a critique, don't post a pic of half a pony about a mile away in the distance.
    06-19-2012, 11:43 PM
Green Broke
When you choose to post on a public board, you don't get to dictate who does/doesn't respond to your thread. There was absolutely NOTHING rude posted by anyone in this thread except you.
    06-21-2012, 11:21 PM
I am not trying to be rude at all! I posted on here to see what you can say about her health. I can tell a lot from this picture..she may be in a casual stage, but I obviously have her attention and you can see her back end is higher than her front. It is common sense. Thank you AnnaHalford! She is indeed a pony. I don't need to learn to take a joke, have some class. I respect everybody and their horses. If you don't like the picture I gave you then don't comment, that simple. Again, not trying to be rude, but I have a right to say I don't appreciate it. I am sure you are all nice people, but can you please not. Thanks. :)
    06-21-2012, 11:29 PM
For someone who isn't trying to be rude you have been quite successful.

This is the Critique Section, people open it expecting to be able to say something about your horse, but unfortunately your pic, as people have explained does not allow that, so some folks were having fun, nothing wrong with that.
    06-22-2012, 02:33 AM
Oh, I so wasn't going to post anything else.

OP, you posted a picture of a pony in a field. You asked for opinions of her general conformation. Here is where you did it:

Originally Posted by iamanequestrian    
HI know she has a higher backend than her front, but just give me your opinion on her confirmation in general. <3
Some people responded and pointed out that the picture was impossible to use for that purpose. You admitted that it was the only picture you had for the moment. Some other people made a light - and frankly quite funny - comment that your photo allowed them to confirm that it was a horse in a field. There was nothing, but nothing, rude in that post.

Throwing your toys out of the pram and flouncing about rights that people do or don't have to reply on a public, open forum is not a way to earn yourself a lot of respect.

If, as you suggest they should have done, people had just not replied, then you would have either bumped up the post or felt aggrieved that no-one had answered.

Lighten up, smile with the rest of us, feel happy about your shiny pony and get over it...

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