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    02-21-2007, 01:02 PM
pics of TJ

These are the latest pics, taken monday. Let me know what you guys think (conformation).

Remember when we got her in oct 06, she only weighed 934#, was rated a "5" on the body conditioning scale by our local equine nutritionist, and as of this past sat. She is up to 1023#. She is on his (e.n.) feeding program. She also had 5 weeks of training during the interim period, so that's why its taking so long to put on weight. So I know in advance that she's still underweight. Oh yeah, she is 16'hh and an appendix (qh/tb) maiden mare.





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    02-25-2007, 04:48 PM
Shes cute. Don't worry she'll put wait on my mum had a tb x trotter who took 8mnth to pu on weight!
    02-26-2007, 12:04 AM
She's a bit camped under. I like her butt. Shoulder is a bit steep..nice though. Neck ties in a little weird. I love her! Cowhocked. Might be a bit built uphill. Nice confo!
    02-26-2007, 04:04 PM
Thanks so far! Anybody else???
    02-26-2007, 06:45 PM
Also she does not look cowhcoked as my mums tb x trotter was cowhocked (bella)
    03-22-2007, 12:45 PM
She looks to have pretty sound conformation to be perfectly honest! Just the obvious weight and muscle to be gained in all the right places!
I have a rescued hanoverian x tb that I got as a 4month old already away from his mother and in an awful mess! 3yrs down the line he still isnt fully upto weight! (below him as a 4month old in a tine lean to shed he was kept in, completely in the dark)

And this is him today

So please don't worry-she'l get there, just a matter of time! Im having to wait for tennyson to stop growing before he can put all of his efforts into putting weight on and less into going up and out in the most bizar and ugly ways! (gangly babies!)

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