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  1. #1
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    Default Does anyone besides me think this pony is in alot of pain?




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    Hard to say from a couple photos.

    he does look like he is standing on his toes in the one photo though..isn't that opposite of a typical founder stance?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CHT View Post
    Hard to say from a couple photos.

    he does look like he is standing on his toes in the one photo though..isn't that opposite of a typical founder stance?
    Not if he's rotated!


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    To me it looks like he is extremely upright in the pasterns and hooves (clubby) AND has too much toe - so he looks like he is on stilts in that one picture! Looks like a sweetie though and certainly is cute if you don't look at those legs!



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    I don't see how you can tell that from two crappy photos! He definetly needs some work on his feet.



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    Yes, I have known a founded pony that was rotated – and he stood like that on his toes, shoulders and forearms very tense. I see the same tense muscles in this horse. Although with the pony I knew, he was tense like that all the way over his back (poor thing really needed to be put down, but his A hole owner wouldn’t do it).



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    Quote Originally Posted by Appsolute View Post
    Yes, I have known a founded pony that was rotated – and he stood like that on his toes, shoulders and forearms very tense. I see the same tense muscles in this horse. Although with the pony I knew, he was tense like that all the way over his back (poor thing really needed to be put down, but his A hole owner wouldn’t do it).
    Yes, that's what I see, too. Poor little guy.



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    Well the ad says he was foundered so rotation would not be out of the realm of possibility



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    What a shame - he's darn cute pony..........
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    I don't know, but he has a really sweet face!
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