|DixiesPaintedNova ||07-14-2009 10:18 PM |
Ya alot of times if their feet aren't correct it can cause them to stand back on their pasterns if that makes sense.
|SaleeColashlas ||07-14-2009 10:27 PM |
|wild_spot ||07-14-2009 10:38 PM |
They look fine to me; What are you seeing wrong with them?
|smrobs ||07-15-2009 09:27 AM |
I am with Wild_Spot, I don't see anything wrong with them except they are a bit short but that is a confo issue, not a feet issue. Gorgeous horse by the way. :D
|DixiesPaintedNova ||07-15-2009 06:43 PM |
In a different post i think it says critique my horse mya. The first picture mya's pasterns look like she's standing back on them. But i agree with everyone else she does look a lot better now.
|Lori1983 ||07-15-2009 08:40 PM |
I saw your previous post, and I agree that it looks like you have pretty well corrected the problem. Looking good!
It's amazing how good farrier work can change everything on a horse.
|JustLeaveIt2Mya ||07-17-2009 06:13 PM |
yes it is, i'm still having the farrier work on her :]
|mom2pride ||07-18-2009 01:51 PM |
They definitely look alot better! Good job!
|binkyhoo ||07-18-2009 05:36 PM |
That looks unbalenced to me, but easily fixed.
OK, I am between 2 posts? well, any way HI!
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