17 Year Old Mustang Mare Confo Critique

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17 Year Old Mustang Mare Confo Critique

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    08-22-2008, 10:56 PM
17 Year Old Mustang Mare Confo Critique

This is my 17 year old mistang mare. These are the best pictures I can get of her right now, if you would like to see something differently, let me know and I will try!

This is about as square as I could get and I know she looks a little underweight in the pic but when you see her she does not look underweight, I will try to take a better photo tomorrow.
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    08-24-2008, 09:22 PM
Is she that horrid that no one has anything to say?
    08-24-2008, 09:50 PM
She's very cute!

It looks like she might be sickle hocked, though it's hard for me to tell because her tail is in the way.

She looks uphill too. And it looks like she could use some more muscling in her neck, but i'm just going by the pictures you have.

For 17, which I know isn't that old, but I think she looks great for her age and I never would have put her at 17. :)
    08-25-2008, 02:24 AM
She looks nice. A little more weight would look nice on her. I have always loved mustangs. They have such a free spirit. How is she to ride?...you have minis!!!! Check out my guy. His is named Cash after the late Johnny Cash he went browsing in a friends flower bed. Couldn't resist! Just thought you might enjoy.
    08-25-2008, 02:32 AM
She rides really well, she listens and has decent manners for not being rode very much. As far as smoothness goes...all I can say is rough as a corncob at the trot, LOL.
Cantering (when she is up to it) is smooth as it can be.
The mini is absolutely adorable, I love babies! They are just curious of everything and get into everything also.

I am going to try to take a few better pics of this mare in the next day or two also, maybe this way everyone can get a better idea of her to critique.
    08-25-2008, 02:46 AM
Awsome. Don't feel bad my gelding's pasterns are about 2.5'' so I am there with you on the corn cob trot !!!! No shock absorbers!!!!

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