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    07-30-2010, 04:19 AM
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confomation critique

Just thought I would post some photo's of my mare for conformation critique out of curiosity. Not overly good myself on critique so thought I would get some opinions. She is thoroughbred 7yrs about 15.2. I want to do adult riding, dressage and if ever I get enough confidence a little bit of jumping. She is a little fat I know but someone forgot to tell her thoroughbreds are meant to be hard to keep weight on. It is winter here and she is in a 10acre paddock with 2 other horses and doesn't get fed except for a treat after work 3-4 times a week. She is hot enough at times without the grain
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    07-30-2010, 10:19 AM
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She has a very pretty face, and her body dosnt look funky or odd. However this picture isnt good for a critique.
     
    07-31-2010, 02:50 AM
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No confo critique, but I think your horse should be able to do what you want. Pretty much any horse that is sound to walk, trot and canter under saddle can learn beginner dressage and learn to jump.

That said not all horses can jump 5ft, and not all horses can do pirouettes. That's where conformation will limit you.
     

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