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Critique Maddy- 6 yr old OTTB
So i would love you guys to critique Maddy...
6 yr old
The ground she is on isn't perfectly even but i had to tie her somewhere otherwise she would have followed me around.
I am sorry she isn't perfectly squared up.
I know he front feet are long, the farrier comes tomorrow- trust me she is on a strict 6 week shoeing.
I know she is toed out in the hind a little.
I am still trying to muscle her up.
I have had her for 2 years. I am doing hunters with her and will start jumping in the spring after all the rain. I have taken a few dressage lessons with her and those are going well.
I have attached lots of pics... standing ones, cantering and trotting to the left, cantering and trotting to the right and a few cute ones :lol:
Let me know what you think.
*a few more pics
anyone? I see that lots of you have looked :D
i think she is lovely, im not great on critique but i dont see anything wrong other than what you mentioned, she is muscling up well and has the sweetest face, you should be proud of her
^thanks :) i am very blessed to have her and she is so willing ... i got lucky with my first horse that i am training all by myself
SHe looks really good! Shes pretty stocky to. I like her alot, super sweet looking. Ugh it looks so warm were your at, i want to come over lol.
^it is cold! i had a big ol jacket on and thick breeches :)
cute. horses that have one foot forward like maybe be in pain/ uncomfortable (if it happens frequently.) Shes very cute. why does she have hind boots on in one of the photos? i didnt notice them at first.
^she isn't in pain, just antsy :D she kept trying to reach the grass around her so once i squared her up- she moved!
she has hind boots on in all the working pictures (i always ride/lounge in them)... she interferes a little (notice that she is toed out) and so they are for protection.
trying to understand this, if a horse is toes out why would her back legs interfere? wouldnt it be the opposite?
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