She does not understand the concept of "You stay there. I move back, you hold your head up and I take a picture." She's too curious about what the camera's all about, thus no shots of her front legs/chest. I'm also bummed; she's getting chubby :( I work with her 3-4 times a week, but they've got her pasture feeding and that girl loves to eat.
"Be the change you want to see in the world."-Mahatma Gandhi
Bad points: Ewe neck - she just needs more muscle to develop her topline :)
Slight goose rump
Good points: Beautiful colouring
Legs look clean
I wouldn't say she's downhill, I think on the third pic it's because she has her head down.
She's looks like a lovely mare :) I really like her. How big is she?
How do you working on developing a topline? She and I are both pretty green :) She's 15.3, a pretty big girl. She's fun; she's for sale if you're interested!
Hill work, especially walking is brilliant for developing topline, also bending exercises, circles, turns, and lots of transitions. Do you have a trainer? For sale? Wow, i'd love her, but i'm a bit too far away :( I have a soft spot for coloureds, that's my mare in my avatar :)