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post #1 of 1 Old 06-05-2011, 08:31 PM Thread Starter
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my horse's conformation ?

my horse's name is madison , and we event . we only jump once a week , do flatwork 3 - 5 .

she has a big belly because she has worms , that we're trying to get taken care of , every time they go , they seem to come back . we don't really have a choice in the pasture she goes in , i wouldn't want to keep her in her stall all day and night , and since it doesn't seem to affect her , we just continue to try to find better wormers , some work , some don't , and we alternate when we find ones that do .

anyways , now that i've gone way off topic , can you tell me just generally what's up with her conformation ? she's a 9 year old registered quarter horse m about 15.1 - 15.2hh .

i know the pictures aren't very good , they're just what i could find offhand . . i know it's hard because she has polo wraps on . . if you want i can find some good ones (:
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