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    05-11-2011, 09:45 AM
  #161
Foal
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Originally Posted by AlexS    
Wildflower, you have said that you are only young, and there is nothing wrong with that. But are your parents monitoring your internet use? If so can they take a look at this thread - because I think it is time for you to take a step back from it. It is likely that you will not see that, but you are handling yourself very well for your age.

If they are not watching, take a step back and just let this one go.
No, their not monitoring me.
     
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    05-11-2011, 09:49 AM
  #162
Trained
No they are not supposed to stick out as severely as they are on your mare. Yes they are more prominent, but they are not supposed to be that prominent. I am also betting if she didn't have such thick fur, her hips would look a lot worse than they do at the moment.
     
    05-11-2011, 09:50 AM
  #163
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by xXWildFlowerXx    
By the way, for everyone saying she still needs weight on her hips, she's part Saddlebred
Just because she is a saddlebred does not mean her hips should stick out. I could say the same for my tb but I would just be making excuses. I mean sure he will always be leaner then my qh but that doesn't mean his hips should stick out or his withers. The horse in that photo does not have its hips sticking out they are nice and rounded.
     
    05-11-2011, 10:09 AM
  #164
Showing
I think we've answered the initial question and given all the advise the OP can handle so it's time to move on.
     

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