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Please give me any and all good and bad points yo ucanb find on this boy from the pictures.
What I now he is being sold through a horse dealer in my area who works with a tom oh horses but is a reputable person and does not breed herself. Where I board my mustang there are also two mares that were bought from her they are wonderful ridding horses and and not bad for there age as they are both over 19. I wqs also told if a horse does not work out for any reason within 30 days you get your money back no questions asked. As for this boy He is 7 years old qnd aprox 14.2 hh.. She told me he is great to ride but needs another 100 pounds put on him. I am going to look at him friday and am kinda planning to put a hold on him and then have my trainer go with me to pick him up just to mnake sure I didnt miss any huge issues.
I a 5'1 155 pounds what do you think about this guy. Is he to small for me . Conformation and what would you say would be a fair price I am in california
 

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If you are looking to buy, then I would run a mile from this horse, I'm sorry but he looks like a trainwreck to me.

His head could either be politely described as strong, or more rudely, large and plain, not helped by a short and skinny looking neck. That moves into a set of very funky looking withers and a very upright shoulder. He is probably an uncomfortable ride.

he is butt high, looks like he has a slight roach back, it's hard to say much about his legs from those shots, but his pastern look a little long in the first pic.

BUT, it depends what you want, if he has a special talent that makes him worth it to you, then go see him, but have your trainer see him as well.
 
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