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        12-13-2009, 10:24 PM
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    Thank you everyone! I have had her checked out by a vet. She has the classic broodmare body with a bit of a swag. I was concerned about this as I am not a tiny person :). Vet said she was fine to ride. Yes, She can be a bit stubborn at times. Working in the round pen, sometimes she will just stop and not move...like "I'm done for the day". I make sure she moves and we end on a good note. I also am training two two year olds. They seem to pick up things much quicker.
         
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