Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Kansas in the summer, Kentucky most of the time
Not so much concerned with her being barefoot as my horses are barefoot as well (I shoe them when it's competition season though) BUT definitely get some splint boots for her. Woof boots are great. hold up well and are very effective.
I can't really say how high she could go but I would guess no higher than in the mid-three foot range. That second picture definitely shows that she has some jumping issues that need to be worked through. The "Scissor" legs are not desireable in a jumping horse at all and can be potentially dangerous. Gymnastics will help tighten that up. The second pic looks much better.
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