Please Critique Paint Filly Emma *New pictures*

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Please Critique Paint Filly Emma *New pictures*

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    05-30-2007, 04:18 PM
Please Critique Paint Filly Emma *New pictures*

Dam-Squawk Box (crazy I know)
Sire-Bartender Boogie
Discipline-Halter at local shows for now...Later possibly Reining

She's a bit dirty in some of the pictures. I'll try to get some better ones on Friday.

I know her neck and throatlatch is thick so no need to comment on that.
She's a bit toed out but not near as bad is some of pics.

She isn't really bowlegged like that. I didn't realize I set her up like that until after I took the picture and was done with her. I'll get a better picture Friday

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    05-30-2007, 05:11 PM
Shes cute!!!
    05-31-2007, 11:10 AM
Yeah! She's really cute! I like her legs, nice and straight! :)
    05-31-2007, 01:34 PM
May I ask how a horse with such err.. weird named parent's ends up with such a nice and normal name?! I would be very interested to hear her breed name if Emma isn't - finding the wackiest possible is somewhat of a past-time of mine!

As far as Emma goes, she looks very nice! She is still a little ungainly and upright but that will probably disappear in a few months - afterall she is only 16 months and is only starting to really develop into a horse now. I'm personally not one for critiquing horses as I think personality is more important than competition, breeding etc. potential. I'd make a guess though that she will make a good jumper - what do other people think?
    05-31-2007, 02:07 PM
Her registered name is going to be Emma Lou My Darlin. The person I bought her from named her and gave her that. It just stuck I think it's kinda cute. Either that or Bartenders Box of Boogie.

Most people that I have talked to see her as a Western horse working the cows. But I have had a few people say she would do good in English. Not sure about jumping though.
    06-04-2007, 12:18 PM
Here's some more pictures

Ignore my friend holding her. She's never really been around horses so doesn't exactly know what to do.

Please go easy and don't be very harsh.
The ground isn't that even out at the barn so she is standing on some uneven spots. I tried to find the most even ground but didn't do that good of a job. And in some of the pictures I had to stand up on a hill so she looks even more down hill.

I know she has a thick neck and throat latch so really no need to comment on that and it's looking better than it was earlier in the year. She toes out some and is a bit bum high but finally starting to even out.

Now I did have a better butt shot but somehow it got deleted. I have NO clue how. I had to edit it and when I went to save it, it deleted it.

    06-06-2007, 10:59 AM
Bump. Anybody?
    09-06-2007, 01:15 AM
Bumping back up once again! Please?
    09-06-2007, 01:37 AM
She lloks really many hand will she mature too?
    09-06-2007, 08:24 PM
Too bad her hooves are so small, but maybe it's because they aren't fully grown yet. She's really pretty though!

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