Two New Girls, What do you think?

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Two New Girls, What do you think?

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    10-20-2007, 02:58 PM
Two New Girls, What do you think?

So these girls just arrived this morning. They're 4 and 8 and both about 16hh mother and daughter. They're a bit gangly looking at the moment, but let me know what you think. The younger one, Maddie, crooked fetlocks so I think she's just going to be for light riding, but maybe I can turn the mom into something. They're ArabxQH

Magic, The mama

This is Maddie, Her daughter

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    10-20-2007, 06:27 PM
With abit of cleaning up the will look nice. I really like the daughter she has alot of potential is she broken yet????
    10-20-2007, 07:16 PM
They are so cute!
    10-20-2007, 08:19 PM
Cute (I really like the look of the daughter's eye, its too bad about her legs) but not very critiqueable photos...if that is even a word:P
    10-20-2007, 10:29 PM
Haha I do not know if that's a word or not...
I just took those this morning when they got off of the trailer. With some work I think they could be some good looking horses. The daughter is a sweetheart, but even with her legs, she should be fine for anything not too strenuous. No one has really ever pushed her to her limit. She's only been ridden about 12 times, but she acts like a pro. They were riding the mom in a big curb bit, but im going to put her into a loose ring snaffle and I think that would be a bit better for her, (unless someone thinks otherwise?) I think something lighter will do her good.
    10-21-2007, 12:53 AM
Maddie is such a darling! She looks like a winner. Shame about her feet.
    10-21-2007, 04:08 PM
There really cute!!! , yes it is a shame about her leg's but have you thought about teaming them up and driving with them?
    10-23-2007, 04:33 AM
Oh wow....I never really thought about that...
I've only really worked with harness racing..I mean I started my gelding with ground driving and stuff, but I don't really have the equipment for it right now. But that's a great idea!

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