|bloodhoundmom28 ||06-25-2009 09:49 PM |
tell me what you think pic heavy
hi i am new here and i just wanted a few opinions on the horse i just bought its my daughters and she just likes to trail ride for the most part but is showing and interest in competitive trail.
|Jillyann ||06-25-2009 09:53 PM |
What breed? He/she definitely looks under itself.
|bloodhoundmom28 ||06-25-2009 10:06 PM |
the funny thing is that he is a QH i just got his papers in the mail he is 7 yrs old. i rode him and he moves great.
|reining girl ||06-25-2009 10:55 PM |
hes handsome looking. He has some confo flaws, but as long as he works for you that all that matters.
|bloodhoundmom28 ||06-25-2009 10:59 PM |
i think that with such a smooth gait he should be ok for her to use as a competitive trail horse. another thing i think he looks fine but i had a lady out to look at one of our babies and she said he was fat.
|Cowgurl060405 ||06-25-2009 11:14 PM |
I can't tell if it's just the angle of the picture or what, but something is off with his back...his withers are high. I'm not sure...could tell better with a straight on side shot.
|Jillyann ||06-25-2009 11:16 PM |
Well as long os you enjoy riding him, there is nothing wrong with it then! He is pretty, and good luck with him! keep posting pictures. =)
|ShannonSevenfold ||06-26-2009 12:04 AM |
I really don't like the angle of that back pastern. It looks...painful to me. =/ idk
|ShannonSevenfold ||06-26-2009 12:35 AM |
hmm.. I was just looking at it again and it may just be the way he's standing?
|Sixxofdiamonds ||06-26-2009 01:11 AM |
He's standing very parked out. Would you be able to take a photo of him standing square? With all his feet underneath him like a typical Quarter Horse?
Or is this the way he usually stands?
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