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annabana27 04-25-2013 04:54 PM

Conformation Critique on my new rescue Please
 
Her registered name is Remainstobeseen so if anyone is good at looking up race horses let me know what you can find. She really is an amazing mare. She def has a great mind on her.... It makes me sick how I found her in that stall that first day some people are just unbelievable!

http://i1288.photobucket.com/albums/...psa1687a8d.jpg
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Corporal 04-25-2013 05:04 PM

Pretty nice build. The pasterns are a little long. Nothing that some good food won't fix.

Ellieandrose 04-26-2013 07:46 AM

I have found some stuff on her, I'm on my iPad at the moment so I can't upload screen shots. Will put it up ASAP tho!

Elana 04-26-2013 08:54 AM

Here is her pedigree. Nothing remarkable close up but nice lines further back.
Remainstobeseen Horse Pedigree
she won $7,000 and out of 16 starts one place and two shows.

She was born in 2007 so she is 6 years old. I think she will come a long way with regular work (hills and caveletti if you don't have hills) and back to front riding. She is a little fine boned but not bad. She has a decent shoulder, nice deep heart girth, a little long in the coupling and a bit rough coupled but she will look better as she gains weight and muscling from proper riding and work. She is actually fairly level which is good for a riding horse.

I do not like the way her head attaches to her neck. She may be a horse that will drop the bit and tuck her chin.. so keeping her propulsion going and light contact will be important.

Nice horse. Nice rescue.

Taffy Clayton 04-26-2013 09:02 AM

She looks just like A OTTB, nice.
Feet need some work, but I would sure be proud to have her in my barn!!


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