^ What OuttaTheBlue said. I would much rather have a horse who is pigeon toed than toed out (which is where their hooves point out). I know horses at a camp who get ridden almost every day for either 3 hours or 2 hours, and some do pretty high (4 feet) and are perfectly fine. Of course, it depends on how much the horse is pigeoned toed, Casey's right front is moderatley pointed in while her left is barely pointed in. Almost all horses who are pigeon toed can do the same level of work compared to other normal horses.
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