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post #1 of 28 Old 03-13-2011, 03:13 PM Thread Starter
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Going to see this mare tomorrow Buckskin/Warmblood 16h

Double registered buckskin/warmblood mare. She is 16h. Please also see video of her moving.

She is broke, but has only been trail ridden..nothing serious. No vices, loads clips etc. Sounds like a very sweet mare. I have spoken with the person selling her, and the woman is VERY honest and forthcoming..she tells me the mare will never be a serious dressage prospect. She says she is "too up and down"..which is fine I am only looking to do lower level stuff with my instructor..no competing. I really like this mare though.

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The name amused me, but only because im english and "fanny" means something /very/ different over here. lol

Shes very pretty, looks like she has a very bouncy trot, not that its a problem.
i dont know much about conformation, but she looks a little high in the butt, from what i can see in the video. i like her though :) id say shes deffinitely worth the look.
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I don't know a whole lot about conformation, but she looks good to me! Gorgeous colouring!
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Do they have a video RIDING her actually? Granted I didn't go through every min of the video you posted, but I couldn't find anything but lunging her. And what means "up and down"?

Its a nice looking mare, but I just have a funny feeling about her.

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I would get a full PPE done. I can't put my finger on it, but I don't like how her right stifle moves, it seems to almost get (for lack of a better term) "stuck" once and again?


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The name amused me, but only because im english and "fanny" means something /very/ different over here. lol

Shes very pretty, looks like she has a very bouncy trot, not that its a problem.
i dont know much about conformation, but she looks a little high in the butt, from what i can see in the video. i like her though :) id say shes deffinitely worth the look.
KawaiiCharlie..Fanny means "butt" in my neck of the woods, so it cracks me up too. lol. Is that what it means in England?

Kitten Val, please elaborate on your funny feeling? No, there isn't any vids of her under saddle unfortunately. I think the owner means she does not have a ton of extension when she says "up and down".

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KawaiiCharlie..Fanny means "butt" in my neck of the woods, so it cracks me up too. lol. Is that what it means in England?
no, it means the opposite of 'butt' here...im gonna say "girl parts" for lack of a better description lol xD
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I would get a full PPE done. I can't put my finger on it, but I don't like how her right stifle moves, it seems to almost get (for lack of a better term) "stuck" once and again?
Now that you say that she does seem kinda strange in her stifles. I swear to god bad stifles in prospects I am looking at are going to be the death of me.

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no, it means the opposite of 'butt' here...im gonna say "girl parts" for lack of a better description lol xD
Oh lord have mercy..lmao!!!

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Oh lord have mercy..lmao!!!

hahaha. doesnt help that my friend has a pony called William, but they call him 'Willy' for short... lmao
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