|QHDragon ||06-25-2010 06:30 PM |
|draftrider ||06-25-2010 07:47 PM |
I don't think the bottom of her neck ties into her chest very well. To me, it looks thick and clunky. I don't like the way she holds herself, its like her neck is too thick top to bottom and it looks stiff. I honestly don't think she'd make a high level dressage horse.
|QHDragon ||06-25-2010 11:01 PM |
I like him, but it says he has a leg injury and I don't think he can jump.
|MIEventer ||06-26-2010 10:51 AM |
I honestly don't think she'd make a high level dressage horse.
This horse wouldn't be used for High Level Dressage. This horse would be used for Low Level Dressage and very low level Eventing. Any horse can do that.
|draftrider ||06-26-2010 04:22 PM |
Then if any horse will do for what she needs, why even ask for a critique?
|MIEventer ||06-26-2010 04:31 PM |
Instead of asking for a critique - my suggestion is get a Vet out to do a full vet examination, ride the horse, take it on a trial and go from there.
That's the best way to determin whether the horse is right or not.
|draftrider ||06-26-2010 04:46 PM |
I can understand asking for a conformation critique for a horse for a very specific purpose. But as you say, any horse will be able to perform the tasks she is looking for, a vet exam is the best critique.
I still do say that this mare is kind of.... Sorry but her neck is all sorts of wrong to me. If I were to go out and purchase a horse, it would not be her.
|Deerly ||06-26-2010 06:31 PM |
Seven year old broke horse for $600?!!?!?! I need to move, lol!
|QHDragon ||06-26-2010 06:56 PM |
And it sounds like she is really really broke.
And you guys really don't need to be rude, I was asking for some opinions on this horse's conformation.
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