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        12-07-2010, 07:17 PM
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    Go ahead and tear her apart :P Lyric!

    This is Lyric, I believe she is full Paint,though no papers,she is about 15.2-3 (need to measure) and 8. I am not emotionally attached to her at all so tear her apart and you don't have to be nice Thanks!!!
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        12-07-2010, 10:21 PM
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    Foal
    Hi!
    First off, she is really cute. I like her nice, bright expression. What stands out to me is her back and neck. Her neck is a little short, while her back is a little long. She also does not have a lot of muscle definition in her hindquarters. On the good side, her neck ties in fairly high, she had a good wither, a cute head, and a nice sweet eye. Overall, I like her!
         
        12-07-2010, 10:37 PM
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    Originally Posted by Mecate    
    Hi!
    First off, she is really cute. I like her nice, bright expression. What stands out to me is her back and neck. Her neck is a little short, while her back is a little long. She also does not have a lot of muscle definition in her hindquarters. On the good side, her neck ties in fairly high, she had a good wither, a cute head, and a nice sweet eye. Overall, I like her!
    She does have a long back I have only had her a couple days and I lunged her today. She had a hard time moving under herself because of her back im guessing! Thanks for taking the time! I do have to agree on the cute head
    Thanks!

    Anyone else notice anything?
         
        12-08-2010, 12:12 AM
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    Weanling
    What big ears she's got! Her neck is a little short and is set up on steep, straight shoulders. She's going to have a hard time rounding and collecting. The steep shoulder will account for a shorter, chopping stride and poor form over fences. She has nice cannons, but her front legs are set far back, just under the knee (theres a name for this, but I'm drawing blanks) Not too bad. She has a decent slope to her front pasturns but her hind are pretty upright. Her back is long, hollowed and lacks muscle (it's hard to build muscle on long backs). And she's a little cow hocked too. Cute girl though.
         
        12-08-2010, 12:31 AM
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    Originally Posted by crimson88    
    What big ears she's got! Her neck is a little short and is set up on steep, straight shoulders. She's going to have a hard time rounding and collecting. The steep shoulder will account for a shorter, chopping stride and poor form over fences. She has nice cannons, but her front legs are set far back, just under the knee (theres a name for this, but I'm drawing blanks) Not too bad. She has a decent slope to her front pasturns but her hind are pretty upright. Her back is long, hollowed and lacks muscle (it's hard to build muscle on long backs). And she's a little cow hocked too. Cute girl though.
    True! I don't think she will be my new dressage horse
    Lol..poor girl...she is sort of a mess.

    Would she be suitable for barrels,gaming, or such things?

    Thanks!
         
        12-08-2010, 02:12 AM
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    Green Broke
    I never noticed her steep shoulder O.O
    Her back is long but not like my mom's horse...holy moly ..that's a different story.

    Oh,I believe she did do gaming. Appyfreak might see this and fill you in on that.
         
        12-08-2010, 11:26 AM
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    Weanling
    I think she would be good for playdays and such. Generally gamers want a compact horse which she unfotunately isnt. But if you or someone wanted a weekend playday pony I don't see a problem in that :)
         

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