Originally Posted by FehrGroundRanch
She is very thin. She is toed out in the back and toed in in the front. She doesn't have a blue eye, I'm pretty sure anyways. Her feet are long, but nothing that is not fixable.
She has a very kind eye and looks to be a very honest mare. She looks genuinly happy in the pictures and I think that means alot when you are buying a horse. I would probably buy her if I was in the market. Some food and a farrier and she would look great!
Just curious, because both you and kickshaw mentioned this: how can you judge or see a "kind eye" from pictures? Because she isn't looking crazy and showing the whites of her eyes?
Thanks for the input :)