Stella is a jumper that used to be competed in AO/speed stakes classes. My trainer bought her off of a grand prix rider we know for her daughter. She got an amazing deal on stella because she has a low bowed tendon that is set now. She jumps 4'6" courses without a problem. My trainer's daughter wants a car so she is selling her, and I am the one who is showing stella this summer/fall. We were made an offer to trade one of my horses for her and I am not quite sure what to do. I want to compete in childrens jumpers which is anywhere from 3'6"-4'. Stella's age and low bowed tendon make me worried, should I be worried about the tendon? We would have a vet check on her, but I'm just not sure yet.
More info on Stella
Breed: Holsteiner/Dutch Warmblood
Age: 14 (I'm not sure about the age either)
I am not on stella in these pics, I am going to see if my mom can take pics next time I ride and jump her
THANKS IN ADVANCE