I feel this mare has been in the pasture as a broodmare.
Someone has not taken time to trim her fetlocks in a while and the hair on the bottom of her jaw is long. Even I would have taken a pair of scissors to that if I didn't want to get the clippers out.
She is of Working Quarter horse conformation, which I did seek. She is attractive and she has the conformation to perform these duties as well. But being 10 years old, I would not start putting a lot of stress on her at this time. My goal is to get that foot seen about. The rain and mud conditions are really slowing progress down for us at this time.
She has the pedigree of many great working horses before. Jackie Bee being her grandsire, and Poco Bueno, Doc Bar, Blue Hancock, and so on.... But as the old saying goes, "you can't ride the papers" is true, knowing that they come from these lines does help.
I saw on "Dreamhorse" where her 2016 filly was for sale at one time, but the photo is gone now. I would love to have been able to see her.
My first goal is to get help with her feet, then when that gets squared away, is to just pleasure ride her; ponying a yearling colt a bit. There are miles of dirt roads around crop land that I can ride on. Mostly just walking and trotting, and watching deer and turkey along the ride.