|BluMagic ||04-03-2008 12:47 AM |
I can't tell but I'm not very good anyways. :-)
She has really bowed tendons...?
|Cheval ||04-03-2008 01:04 AM |
Looks like a cross.
She probaly has Thoroughbred in her.
|daroczy ||04-03-2008 06:01 AM |
It may have any tb,
but dear horsenaround, I don't know what do you want to do with this horse.
It has a serious pathologic flexibility in her fetlock joints on the forelegs, look at the angle of the angle of the joint. She won't be able to ridden on within a few years. Maybe she has been overridden in her former life.
|jazzyrider ||04-03-2008 09:06 AM |
im guessing majority tb
and i agree with the others. she has bowed tendons, a long back and a myriad of other conformational/physical issues. i mean no offence i just think she would need special care and training/riding boundaries considering some of her obvious physical issues
she has a gorgeous face though :D
|upnover ||04-03-2008 11:25 AM |
I'm going to guess she's probably a mixture. Just like there are a lot of mixed breed dogs, there are a ton of mixed breed horses. I wouldn't be suprised if there was some TB in her like someone mentioned, or even a little QH.
|horsenaround ||04-03-2008 11:31 AM |
Check out the health section, her complete story is in there... She is a rescue that came in last night. Yes she has some major issues and if anything she will be lightly ridden by the kids IF and when we get all of her issues handled. She is more then welcome to be here and simply be a pasture buddy for Bristol.
I was simply curious as to what breeds you all thought she may be.
|ahearn ||04-03-2008 04:30 PM |
She's very lucky to have found you! Go and make her feel better! She's gonna be lovely!
|cheekyhorse ||04-03-2008 04:33 PM |
Looks maybe QH and TB or ??? Good for you taking her in!
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