- - Critique Lacey!
|Spastic_Dove ||03-13-2009 10:10 PM |
Her pasterns look...like they stick out in front of her body. I have no idea what that would be called. She looks slightly downhill and I dont see too much of a swayback.
I think she is super cute :)
|reining girl ||03-13-2009 10:36 PM |
She is a cute old girl. I like her.
|morganshow11 ||03-13-2009 10:36 PM |
Nah, of course she is not ugly! It has just been crappy out, my horses look the same way,lol! Critique:
She is in need of a hoof trim.
She apears to be toed-out.
And a lil swayed-back(mabey)
|smrobs ||03-14-2009 07:07 AM |
Poor old girl. She would probably have a fit if she knew the unflattering pix you posted of her. :) LOL. She is downhill, she toes out a little, and her neck is kind skinny. She is also pretty swaybacked but she still looks pretty good for an old girl. Her face is adorable.
|Equuestriaan ||03-14-2009 10:09 AM |
She's cute! The only thing I notice in addition to what the others said is that her hind end looks larger than her front.
|Solon ||03-14-2009 01:00 PM |
She needs her feet looked to but she's a sweet looking ol' girl! Her back is getting that sway look but for her age, I think she looks pretty good.
|eventerdrew ||03-14-2009 03:32 PM |
other than her feet needing to be trimmed, i don't see much wrong with her legs. She's really straight behind but i don't know what you use her for and I come from and eventing/hunter/jumper/dressage background. She doesn't have much muscling in her topline which makes her look older. And she's built quite downhill
she's getting a little swaybacked but overall she looks pretty good for her age
|Wallaby ||03-15-2009 06:08 PM |
She's my "project" horse cuz she has a very stereotypically Arabian attitude. I ride her english but basically she's my "doing random things and learning how to deal with scary attitude" horse. Haha I'll be sure to tell her you guys think she's cute despite how dirty she is...I try to tell her I like her when she's dirty and old looking but she doesn't believe me. =P I've been working on her hooves. My trainer/BO lady doesn't believe in having the farrier out during the winter because "having longer hooves helps a horse grip the slippery ground better" so I've been trying to trim them myself and since someone lost the trimmers I only have the rasp to work with. =/ But I filed them down quite a bit yesterday and they were looking a bit better.
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