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post #1 of 17 Old 04-11-2011, 04:04 PM Thread Starter
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Critique Tia please? :)

hows tias conformation?
shes a 2 year old, 13.3hh new forest pony mare.
Excuse the poor condition her feet are in, she hadnt been handled much until these past few months & she was bought completely wild from the new forest as a yearling & hasnt had the farrier yet. she will be getting a trim soon. :)

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post #2 of 17 Old 04-11-2011, 06:31 PM
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I'm not good with critiques, but I don't see anything that will affect her performance. She's adorable!

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post #3 of 17 Old 04-11-2011, 08:16 PM
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She looks alittle bit on the forehand. But she is super cute!

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She's darling! I agree with Kaylee, a little front-heavy, but not too bad! She's just adorable. OT, I know, but do you have any other pics of the braid you've done her mane in? It's so pretty!

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Sturdy pony. She is a tad bit down hill but at her age that is not unusual.
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Thank you, and yeah im hoping she'll even out when she grows a little more. do you think she'd do well in shows?

& no sorry i dont have any other pictures of her mane lol
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She has great shoulder and hip angles as far as I can tell. At her age she will most likely grow a little more to make her more even and less down hill.

She is very cute! What kinds of shows are you going to be doing with her?
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Nothing special, i was just thinking of taking her in a couple of in hand classes this summer. she'll be ridden in english when shes broken in at the end of this year, so far shes only just had the saddle put on her, and ive leaned over her back but thats it.
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Love to see her after she sheds out, she is absolutely adorable
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Love to see her after she sheds out, she is absolutely adorable

yeah i cant wait to see her in her summer coat lol
i actually spent about 4 hours attacking her with the shedding blade the other day, i actually have blisters and bruises on my hands from it lmao apparently her coat gets really bright in the summer too, i'll try and find some older pictures of her in the summer
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