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post #1 of 8 Old 11-02-2011, 10:23 AM Thread Starter
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Comformation Critique - my thoroughbred x new forest pony mare.

This is chance my 14.2hh 17yr old thoroughbred x new forest pony mare. :)

Just curious, what are her good points & bad points with her coformation?
She's an ex eventer, she loveesss jumping. But what do you think she would be most suited to? Also is there anything I should look out for incase of problems in the future? I.e legs etc.

Thanks! ^_^

P.s I know she's faaattt. She is on a diet >.< lol

Ahhh I can't believe how fluffy she's gotten :o
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post #2 of 8 Old 11-02-2011, 01:07 PM Thread Starter
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anyone? Please? :)
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post #3 of 8 Old 11-04-2011, 12:43 AM
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It looks like two different horses in those pictures. She has a bit of a sway back and she is a little downhill. She's cute though and her conformation isn't terrible, but I'm no expert
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sway back? Really? Is there anyway I could help that?

& yeah I know she looks completely different than in the summer lol can really see the two different breeds in her though. She's a thoroughbred in the summer & new forest pony in the winter lol
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She might be looking sway back because she is overweight, I really like her legs they look well built and strong
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corr ! Deffo agree with the two diff horses look. She has a beautiful head in both pictures though.

Her feet look good. Do her hocks turn in a little or is that just the way she's standing in the bottom pic?

To be honest, if you love her and she does what you want - that's the main thing :) x x
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post #7 of 8 Old 11-04-2011, 03:21 PM Thread Starter
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She might be looking sway back because she is overweight, I really like her legs they look well built and strong

That's a good point. I'll have to keep an eye on that when she looses weight lol she's actually over at the knee on her front right leg, kinda hard to see in the pictures though. Thankss :)
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corr ! Deffo agree with the two diff horses look. She has a beautiful head in both pictures though.

Her feet look good. Do her hocks turn in a little or is that just the way she's standing in the bottom pic?

To be honest, if you love her and she does what you want - that's the main thing :) x x
Thank you :) I really like her head too. At first I thought it was just how she was stood but after looking at a few other pictures, I think they might turn in a bit yeah. I do love her alot, even if she is a little madam lol
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