I don't have any way to get them sadly. I was told they were in her knee though. The xrays were takin when the previous owner had her before I acquired her. Im not going to jump her unless I get a complete okay from my vet and probably another. I was just mainly wondering if it was worth the effort to load her (she doesnt like loading and our trailer is a stock trailer.) and trailer her an hour away and pay for the x rays if it was a lost cause. She's not sore or anything. I've been riding her every day for the last month and she hasnt shown any lameness at all so theres no problem riding her. The track vet told the stable who owned her that after she was rested she'd be good to go for anything besides racing. Asked about jumping specifically and he said "she should be sound" and that just doesnt seem promising to me. If she can't handle racing how can you expect her to handle jumping? Then again im no vet and he is.
And Kayty, im in love with her. She's a two year old OTTB who had been on stall rest for 4 months and the first time I got on her was in a western saddle with a halter and a lead rope and she was walking slower than my western pleasure mare does. When I trot her I can say the word "slowly" and she goes into the slowest working trot I can imagine. She's surely something. I havent worked her in a bit YET and I've never had a problem with her. I've got her sidepassing on and off the rail too. We had a mare run past up while we were on the rail and she stopped. X.X flat out stopped haha!