Originally Posted by upnover
actually teacup feet and upright pasterns are the causes of lameness in several QHs... somewhere along the line people thought it would would be a great look for them. Unfortunately you need a good solid foot and a proper pastern angle that's going to support the horse. Not saying that EVERY horse with a small foot and upright pastern is going to be lame, but it's not what I'd call a great asset in conformation.
What exactly are you wanting to do with her?