Originally Posted by myhorsesonador View Post
I used to work for a horse broker. So I can give you some tips if you want? Sorry about all the post earlier. People telling me that growing horses get skinny some times is one of my pet peves. I went on vacation for 2 months and came back to my yearling being skinny. They told me it was because she was growing. I started feeding her on my own and she started to look a lot beter.
Ok so photos, If you have a nice halter(doesnt have to be fancy just clean) that you can put on her and have a friend hold her square. Try to get pics of all 4 sides. At liberty a good shot of the trot and canter both ways is always a good choice.
Here is Bridgets web site. This will help you to get a good idea about photos. She sells horses all over the US so if you want her help I'm sure she would be glad to help. I havent worked for her in 5 years though, so I don't know what goes on around there any more. Most of the photos on her site are under sadle though.
I do all the advertising photgraphy for the barn I work at so any tips are a help. Thanks!
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