Snafu - Horse w/ The Biggest Withers

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Snafu - Horse w/ The Biggest Withers

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    01-09-2009, 12:48 AM
Cool Snafu - Horse w/ The Biggest Withers

Hello, Snafu is in need of a critique!
My camera can't seem to take good night pics... But I don't have any other time to take pictures of him. By the time I get out to his barn, it's already dark. I messed with the contrast of each pic to try and brighten it up a bit. I'm going to try and take more Saturday while it's still light out, but if I don't I figured that I could at least put these up.

7 year old OTStandardbred Gelding
16 + hands
Has been on vacation for the last 4 years due to a tendon injury
I have only ridden him a few times, he really needs some butt muscle
Toes are a little long, farrier is coming soon thou
I will be using him for some basic dressage and pleasure.
FYI - The white on his hooves is snow.

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    01-09-2009, 06:13 PM
I've seen bigger.
    01-10-2009, 10:09 AM
Ouch, no fun for bareback!
    01-10-2009, 09:56 PM
Big isn't the problem, usually. Bony is the problem. O_o

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