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post #1 of 13 Old 03-27-2010, 09:04 PM Thread Starter
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Okay....critique us...please :)

Her back is long and my elbows need to stay bent hehe....critique the rest! thanks!!!

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oh...there are more videos if you scroll further down :)

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With her breeding, I'd be surprised if her back was short! LOL Looks a bit steep in the shoulder, but that's typical for gaited breeds from what I've seen. Looks kind of posty in her hind legs, but she looks like she's a cute mover! Love her face. Just looks sweet!

Her tail is set high, but that's not going to giver her good or bad performance. I'd like to see a video of all three gaits.

Edit; OKAY! now that I saw there are more vids!!! If she started accepting contact, I could see her being a really cute lower level horse.

I've got a lovely bunch of Neuticals,
There they are all standing in a row

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I would, but my BIIIIIG issue is with your hands/contact, but you're riding in a bitless bridle so I really have absolutely nothing to say as I don't understand the mechanics of it. It looks like you have a good seat and leg though.

As far as your horse, she's pretty. She looks bright and alert, she has perfect weight, nice straight legs, and looks like she's a nice mover.

Good luck selling her! :)

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I would, but my BIIIIIG issue is with your hands/contact, but you're riding in a bitless bridle so I really have absolutely nothing to say as I don't understand the mechanics of it. It looks like you have a good seat and leg though.

As far as your horse, she's pretty. She looks bright and alert, she has perfect weight, nice straight legs, and looks like she's a nice mover.

Good luck selling her! :)


She wasn't responding to the bit well so my trainer put her in an "indian" bosal....it doesn't have a rawhide noseband...just yarn so it doesn't give very good pressure at all :( but she is starting to do better with it. she has only been in it a few weeks.....


thanks i have really been trying to work on my seat..lol

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She wasn't responding to the bit well so my trainer put her in an "indian" bosal....it doesn't have a rawhide noseband...just yarn so it doesn't give very good pressure at all :( but she is starting to do better with it. she has only been in it a few weeks.....


thanks i have really been trying to work on my seat..lol
That's neat, I've never heard of one of those before.. gotta go look it up now haha!

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no other critiques on horse or rider?

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I had that same Indian side pull for my mare. She's a pretty girl. You look good on her.
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I had that same Indian side pull for my mare. She's a pretty girl. You look good on her.

how does your horse do in the side pull or indian bosal?

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think she looks like a nice riding horse, very soft. but a video of all 3 gaits would tell us alot more about your riding and your horse.
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