my horsie :-D

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        06-21-2008, 07:02 AM
    my horsie :-D

    Hey everyone

    Here are some pics of my horse for you to critique. She's a standardbred and so her conformation isn't perfect for a riding horse... but I love her anyway :P

    Maybe not the best pics... but she refused to stand still lol I think she smelled the carrots in my pocket hehe
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        06-21-2008, 11:00 AM
    She doesn't look bad for riding!! Lol, she's very beautiful!!
        06-21-2008, 11:34 AM
    Awwwww, she is soooo cute! I love her face. She looks like a sweetheart. Somehow I can't see her as grumpy. Lol. I love her colouring. :)
        06-21-2008, 12:45 PM
    She is adorable, I love her short mane. :) & her coloring is so pretty.
        06-21-2008, 01:12 PM
    She is a cute mare. Give us more information:) How tall, how old, what are you planning to do with her etc
        06-22-2008, 06:57 PM
    Why could you ride her? I thought that she is adorable! And the short mane...not many horses pull that off.

    She's beautiful!
        06-22-2008, 11:31 PM
    Thanks guys! I'm glad you like her. I'll have to read her all your comments when go down to feed her - She'll be very pleased :-D Unfortunately, I tend to get a lot negative comments about her once people find out she's standardbred :(

    Further info:
    8 yrs old
    14.1 hands

    Jubliee Rose - lol I know! Everyone thinks the same about her being sweet and not grumpy! She looks happy in the pics because I had carrots in my pockets She generally is happy except in the situations described in my post

    M2G - basically all I want her for is trail riding and PC. I might do some PC jumping with her in the future but nothing too big lol

    SDS - She's fine to ride - just a rather bouncy trot and an occasionally disunited canter. Her canter has gotten much better as I've been working with her though.

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