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    09-28-2011, 06:46 AM
  #11
Trained
Congrats :) She sure is cute. Hope she's everything you want her to be.

Aw, thanks. I'm no expert for sure but I do know what the faults MY horse has do mechanically to the horse's performance. I also know which faults I will never, ever buy, because of the mechanics of them. To be honest, Monty has a few of them (upright shoulder & pasterns, long cannons, could do with a more substantial hindquarter), but I totally fell in love with his personality, and to me, temperament is number one. ESPECIALLY with lesson horses! Best lesson horse I ever rode had absolutely terrible conformation. And he was still going at 36, giving lessons and even jumping. He was a little welsh though, they are tough little critters!
     
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    09-28-2011, 07:13 AM
  #12
Foal
No signs of past founder, but first thing is a bit of a diet I believe.

She is a bit butt high, but when she moves, she levels out, doesn't become worse.

I'll be sure to update with more photos when she arrives at the barn Thursday.
     



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