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        08-31-2008, 11:01 PM
    Green Broke
    Everyone says she has the jumper butt :P

    She's 5
    She's a appaloosa tb
    Right now we have been doing a lot of jumping around 2 1/2 ft. Some cross country.

    I think my mare is gorgeous though!

    Pigeoned toed??

    Lol harlee it seems like you don't like chance ver much :P nah jk
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        08-31-2008, 11:13 PM
    Green Broke
    You really need better pictures of her squared up but I agree with most of what Harlee said.

    Not really seeing the pigeon toed part though. Her neck seems pretty long but it might be the angle of the picture that makes it look 'off' compared to the rest of her body.

    Truthfully, your winter picture looks a lot better, but I'm not sure why. Maybe because she's set up nicely.

    The pictures you have really show her pretty bad conformation wise and I don't know that she really is.
        09-01-2008, 09:50 AM
    Green Broke
    She needs weight

    I like the winter picture better, too
        09-01-2008, 09:56 AM
    No, its not that.
    You just asked for critique and I gave it, I didn't plan on giving a twenty hour speech on how gorgeous your horse is.
    But she's pretty, I was just merely stating what I saw.
        09-01-2008, 10:59 AM
    Green Broke
    Ya ill try and get some pictures of her squared up she was just way to food crazy. And she was fizzy in the pictures and she was over 150 lbs under weight there.

    Right now she's over weight for a large pont we weighed her, she's a bit over 1000 and there not suppose to be over 900 and something.

    Idk why her ribs are showing. She use to have a worm tummy I knew that was one reson but she doesnt have worms any more o.O hm idk

    She does have a VERY long neck. Im working on getting some muscle on it.

    I was at some what of an angle cause she kept moving and wiggling. Ill try in the barn or at the wash rack. She may stand still lol harlee I was jk

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