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Britt 04-29-2012 07:18 PM

Critique 'maybe bred' mare!
 
Hey guys!

I was just wanting a critique on the mare that may possibly be pregnant...

She's a Racking Horse and is unregistered.

Thanks!

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Chopsticks 04-29-2012 08:10 PM

she certainly looks preggers! she's a beautiful mare. a bit long crouped but I think that's appropriate for her breed? I like her shoulder, neck tie in a little low, like her legs, needs farrier work, gorgeous neck and pretty head with sweet expression. is this a possible purchase?

Britt 04-29-2012 08:32 PM

Beautiful if you like painted horses with marking's like hers, lol... (sorry, I've never really liked her that much... she's just not 'my cup of tea'...). IMO, she's cute, but not something I'd like to own... Though I've never really liked horses with white legs and a lot of white markings..

Thanks for the critique.


She's not a possible purchase... She belongs to my cousin and she broke in and got in with my coming four year old cryptorchid stallion back in January... so she may be preggers... (he also could have bred her back last summer, before I knew he was a stallion and was removed to another pasture, but I don't think she looks fat enough to be due this summer...)...

Britt 04-29-2012 08:35 PM

And yeah, she needs farrier work. She's never seen an actual certified farrier... Usually when she needs farrier work, some of my family members shoe her theirselves... she prolly hasn't been trimmed in almost a year now because no one is riding her, and my family is of the idea that a horse only needs their hooves looked after when they're working (aka, riding).

I don't own her, so I have no say in her hoof-work...


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