I don't like her. Nice neck, acceptable shoulder, but that's about all I like.
Functionally she's quite downhill, and HOLY LONG CANNONS Batman! I really don't like her hind legs, and with that knee problem... not for an eventer. Pleasure hack maybe, but not an eventer.
ETA; I also don't much like the bay gelding sonador posted. Also downhill and a bump on the tendon indicates weakness at best, previous injury at worst. Tendon weakness plus jumping equals breakdowns more often than I like. I would avoid any horse that has any hint of anything that may cause unsoundness, particularly in the legs, if I was looking for a jumper or eventer. Both of my horses have faults that would have made me keep looking, had I been looking for a higher-level prospect, but I'm not expecting much over 2'10" from my yearling and her offset knees, and when I bought Monty, I was looking for education and temperament more than a horse that was intended to be a long-term competition mount.
A CLEAN SLATE FOR THE FUTURE
Last edited by blue eyed pony; 02-11-2012 at 10:15 AM.