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They aren't the best pictures, but I tried. Rainy's part Thoroughbred and part Quarter Horse, with possibilities of other breeds- she's not registered, and her last owner was not willing to part with any papers she might've had.




I'll be going out on Wednesday, so I can get better pictures then if these aren't any good.
But yes. How does she look? She's four, and was broke out, then left in a pasture, then put back to work. She's only been consistently riding for about a year now.
Thanks!
 

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What exactly do you mean? And thank you. :) She was quite chubby when she arrived, I'm very pleased by how much weight she's lost.
 

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shes cute, i like her!
she is a little bit cow-hawked (her back haws come in and her toes go out) but thats no biggy, a lot of horses have it. :)
 

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Thanks! :) Lol, that's one I've actually heard of. I'm so bad when it comes to conformation and critique, so I'm betting a lot of these terms will go right over my head.
 

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We all had to learn :)

I'll try to explain my term. Um, see, the legs... you want them to come vertical and straight from the body of the horse. However, some horses stand with their legs up under them. Like they're leaning forward over their fron legs? Does that make any sense whatsoever? LOL.
 
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