Pigeon Toed, Problematic?
My friend is looking into buying a Quarter Horse cross Arab gelding. He's absoloutely perfect... except he has one slightly pigeon toed foot (front right). It isn't too bad. You can definitely see it though. :/
I've never owned a pigeon toed horse, nor ridden one.
Will this cause problems?
He'll be a pleasure/trail horse. Small amount of jumping. He is sixteen.
It is not enough for a man to know how to ride; he must know how to fall.