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post #11 of 59 Old 11-21-2009, 08:31 PM
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Geez! Ponies4paige why don't you just walk up to the owner and punch her in the face. Her neck does need work, like neckrein said a neck sweat would help that. Looks cow hocked or she just could of been standing stupid (lots of horses do that lol) and her withers... were did they go hehe. But she has a cool color, unique. And it think for local 4h, why not.

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post #12 of 59 Old 11-21-2009, 08:31 PM
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i wouldnt show her for ANYTHING!!!!! Too thick of a neck ugly face long underline the neck ties into the chest too high up her butt doent look like it has ANY muscle to it. She looks sweet IN A WAY :/ looks nice for riding ..... mabey show jumping (but I doubt it)


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We are supposed to work on constructive critique.

That was not at all constructive, that was mean, ignorant and down right rude!

To the OP, she is super cute, no not pefect but they don't ask for that in 4H. As long as she is healthy and sane show her in 4H all you want, but remember to have fun with it!
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Thanks guys. Yeah it is really hard to find a saddle for her. I ended up having to order a skito pad. That helped alot!

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post #14 of 59 Old 11-21-2009, 08:59 PM
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i wouldnt show her for ANYTHING!!!!! Too thick of a neck ugly face long underline the neck ties into the chest too high up her butt doent look like it has ANY muscle to it. She looks sweet IN A WAY :/ looks nice for riding ..... mabey show jumping (but I doubt it)


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Yes, that was critique, but it was unwarrantedly rude, and didn't sound particularly educated or understandable. Plus, she wants to show 4-H, not the Appaloosa World Show. Cut her a break.

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post #15 of 59 Old 11-21-2009, 09:02 PM Thread Starter
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Oh and also what is a neck sweat?

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post #16 of 59 Old 11-21-2009, 09:36 PM
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its a thing people use on halter horses, it makes the neck look refinded and pretty. Neck Sweats for Horses but I really don't know that much about them.

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i wouldnt show her for ANYTHING!!!!! Too thick of a neck ugly face long underline the neck ties into the chest too high up her butt doent look like it has ANY muscle to it. She looks sweet IN A WAY :/ looks nice for riding ..... mabey show jumping (but I doubt it)


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Totally agree with the other posters, way rude. As I was reading it I thought I would see a "better send her to me" at the end as I have seen in other posts.

I in my lifetime have yet to see the confirmationally perfect horse. Maybe you have one? Please show us.

To the OP, she has a sweet face and some fantastic color. The main thing is that you love her and you enjoy her in 4H. 4H is meant to be fun and to give you the ability to learn how to take care of your animals. Once you start working with her you will be amazed at how her confirmation will be better as muscling gets better.

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post #18 of 59 Old 11-21-2009, 09:48 PM
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Also, I've seen some horses with way strange conformation that were way cuter and more sound and functional than some horses that get closer to perfect, so conformation really isn't everything.

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post #19 of 59 Old 11-21-2009, 10:55 PM
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i wouldnt show her for ANYTHING!!!!! Too thick of a neck ugly face long underline the neck ties into the chest too high up her butt doent look like it has ANY muscle to it. She looks sweet IN A WAY :/ looks nice for riding ..... mabey show jumping (but I doubt it)


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Oh my gosh, if you said anything like that about my horse.....

OP, I think your girl is very pretty and I love her coloring! Good luck in 4h!

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I can't see past these darn spots to critique anything, I just find myself counting =D
Very unique and pretty girl.
Its hard to see from just one photos as I'm sure others have said (Haven't read any responses)
What sticks out to me is her neck set is a little to high and she looks to have a very thick neck. Her back may also be a tad long bit it could be the angle of the picture.
All in all she's an eye catcher and I think you'd have a blast in 4-H with her, WHY NOT? :)
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