Ok, I've already posted pictures of my colt up and got a lot of good feedback, so now I'd appreciate it if you would please critique my mare. As with my colt, I want to know ALL her faults and how to fix what is fixable. Tear her to shreds, I want to know what you think! She's the best horse I could have ever asked for, IMO, and I love her like she is and wouldn't change her for anything in the world! These pictures are kind of dark, sorry about that.
Also, her one front leg, her left hoof does curve inwards. It's not for lack of a good farrier, the vet said that it's not fixable because apparently the bone in her leg is twisted and makes her hoof grow that way in order to keep balanced and pain free... or something like that... I forget all the details... but it doesn't bother her at all.
Oh, also... she hasn't seen the farrier since January, so her hooves do need a trim. I'm planning on getting the farrier out next weeks sometime.
Oh, one other thing... yes, she's lacking a lot of muscle because she hasn't been ridden since February and she loses muscle FAST when she's out of work... and yes, she is thin... she got sick earlier this year and lost a whole lot of weight and it's hard to put weight back on her...
14 years old
Tenessee Walking Horse