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post #1 of 9 Old 02-24-2009, 11:24 PM Thread Starter
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Critique Tiffany (warmblood yearling)

Hello, I am new to this forum, though I am a member on a couple other horse forums. I am 13 years old and my current horse is my yearling Tiffany. She is under saddle and is being worked very lightly, she is awesome under saddle!! She is really really smart,and is very willing to please. Please honestly critique her conformation. These are not the best photo's.

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Name: Tiffany

Breed: Canadian warmblood (we had her imported from Canada)

Age: Almost 3

When she is older she will be my A circuit hunter/eq horse.







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post #2 of 9 Old 02-24-2009, 11:55 PM
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Hello! welcome!
You wouldn't happen to be registered on Young Rider forum would you?

She's got a very nice conformation, in my opinion, but I'm no expert. I suck at this, but your horse is gorgeous!



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post #3 of 9 Old 02-24-2009, 11:58 PM
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I think she is lovely. They are quite hard to judge at this age, simply because they go through so many changes and what appears to be a flaw now later turns out to be just fine

i am unsure though whether or not she is a yearling. in your post you say that she is undersaddle and 3? but in the title and description, you say she's a yearling?
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post #4 of 9 Old 02-25-2009, 12:52 AM Thread Starter
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I think she is lovely. They are quite hard to judge at this age, simply because they go through so many changes and what appears to be a flaw now later turns out to be just fine

i am unsure though whether or not she is a yearling. in your post you say that she is undersaddle and 3? but in the title and description, you say she's a yearling?
Thank you. What I meant is she is technically still a yearling because she is 2, almost 3. It might be different for you, but around were I live we call them yearlings until there 2..

Sometimes I'm gonna have to lose. Ain't about how fast I get there. Ain't about what's waitin on the other side.
It's the climb. Tiffany=<3
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I think she is lovely. They are quite hard to judge at this age, simply because they go through so many changes and what appears to be a flaw now later turns out to be just fine

i am unsure though whether or not she is a yearling. in your post you say that she is undersaddle and 3? but in the title and description, you say she's a yearling?
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Hello! welcome!
You wouldn't happen to be registered on Young Rider forum would you?

She's got a very nice conformation, in my opinion, but I'm no expert. I suck at this, but your horse is gorgeous!
Thanks, and nope I'm not a member on there.

Sometimes I'm gonna have to lose. Ain't about how fast I get there. Ain't about what's waitin on the other side.
It's the climb. Tiffany=<3
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post #6 of 9 Old 02-25-2009, 12:58 AM
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wElcome!! She's really pretty :)

Sooo is she almost 3 or almost 2? in your last post you said you call them yearlings until they are almost 2...but if she's almost 3, then she would be a late 2 year old. Sorry im confuzzled :)
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post #7 of 9 Old 02-25-2009, 01:09 AM Thread Starter
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wElcome!! She's really pretty :)

Sooo is she almost 3 or almost 2? in your last post you said you call them yearlings until they are almost 2...but if she's almost 3, then she would be a late 2 year old. Sorry im confuzzled :)
She will be 3 in 3 months. So yeah she is a late 2 year old, sorry it's been a long day haha. I guess it doesn't really matter. In the end yes she's a late 2year old haha. And thank you!

Sometimes I'm gonna have to lose. Ain't about how fast I get there. Ain't about what's waitin on the other side.
It's the climb. Tiffany=<3
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post #8 of 9 Old 02-25-2009, 12:11 PM
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weanling = horses that have been weaned up until the age of 1
yearling = a horse that is one until 2
anything older is just called by their age :) so if she's almost 3, than she'd just be a late 2 year old, or an almost 3 year old

that pic of her is not that recent, is it? she looks quite young in it.
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post #9 of 9 Old 02-26-2009, 11:21 AM
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Okay I just had to say that her name is great! That is my name!
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