She could be helped TREMENDOUSLY by a lot of long trots up hill and cavelleti which would strengthen her underline muslces and allow her to better support that long back and weak coupling. It also might help her to stand less camped under. She will be a very difficult horse to collect and get working off her hind quarters. That long back and weak coupling concern me for her future soundness.
All that being said, it looks as if she has a WONDERFUL disposition. You had to get under her to get the shot of the back side of her front legs and a lot of really great looking horses would have gladly offered to kick your head off. LOL[QUOTE=Elana;1187927]
Yes, she is difficult to collect... And I didnt axactly stand under her (im sure she wouldnt mind though
) I just stuck the camera under her... So also, do you think it would be best not to jump her? Or dressage? I do lots of trails- so lots of trots up hill- but I am starting to get into jumping, and I have been in dressage for a bit... I would think that dressage would help a little.. But what is your opinion about jumping? I wouldnt go more than a little over 2 ft routinely .. She is 12 years.