Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Canberra Australia
They look OK, though a few more photos would be better. But I’d still go with the mare. Her confirmation??, I can’t think of any real complaints, maybe a little light in the bone???, but it’s hard to tell from a photo; and if the seller is telling the truth and she hasn’t been ridden much, with good work and appropriate nutrition she should muscle up nicely. Personally I don’t think there’s any need to go pulling out a measuring tape and go measuring her pasterns and a protractor for her feet; since is only costing you a few hundred after all, not tens of thousands. But she has something the other two don’t, a womb, that makes her more valuable to me. When she is past riding, find a good stud to put her to and you won’t need to buy another horse, just go foal for foal with the stud’s owner.