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AQHA Filly Looking at Buying
Hi! I've been looking for a filly/colt that I can get that is inexpensive that I can break with my sister so she can have her own horse to ride. I've found a couple but some that I really like haven't contacted me back yet. I found this filly who I think is quite pretty, but I'm a little concerned about her feet. her back feet looked straight, but her front feet looked crooked (the opposite of pigeon toed, I can't remember the name!)
I was hoping I could share the pictures I got of her and have someone else's opinion on her? Like is this something my farrier could fix? (I have an amazing farrier)
And just a little info on her she was born in May 2011 and her breeding is really nice and can be found here: Skip N for Diamonds Quarter Horse
Here she is.
oh and here is her dreamhorse ad where I found her!!
DreamHorse.com Horse ID: 1750676 - Skip N For Diamonds
she is pretty cute. She does toe out in fronts but alot of youngsters do at that age:-).As they grow,bulk up & chest widens they straighten.She isn't that bad, I actually would not be too worried,she has lots of filling out to do:D
I like the Weiscamp breeding. Good using horses.
She is not going to be huge (which is fine). She toes out in front but not bad. I hope she toes out a bit behind as that means she is straight. A horse must toe out behind because the hind leg is a spiral construction (like a spring) and toe out behind means that is working and the stifle can clear the belly.
That bit of toe out in front is not a big deal. Trim her feet so they are even and let her grow up.
Would love to see a side shot of her and a shot of her sire and her dam.
Holy Skippa, Batman!
She's a nice filly. I would also like to see side shots just to see how level she is and her angles. She's a pretty colour.
You said you liked her breeding, I'm not super familiar with it, do you know what kind of stuff she was bred for? Like cattle work or something?
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