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    Default Conformation critique on my new event prospect?

    I think the creature is absolutely BEAUTIFUL.

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    Bad pasterns. Really, you should know better than that.



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    Looks a little on the lazy side already...



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    Pretty cute if you ask me! I was always so happy to see that little heart beat when I was into breeding.



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    Looks really nice and sturdy! Might be difficult to get a saddle to fit, however.
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    It is black and we all know color is the most important factor Congrats. Can't wait to see it in spring
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    Congrats!!! Looks fairly immature at the moment - I'm sure the next few years will be transformative


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    OMG, I remember when Bonnie was in utero! Who is the daddy for the next generation?


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    Quote Originally Posted by deltawave View Post
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    Very cool. Looking for the TB go with the Irish brain?



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    Bonnie's half TB, too. Looking for the usual things--would take another copy of the mare (why else would anyone breed?) but would not turn down a little more lightness over the ground and gallopy-ness. Temperament should be great from both sides.
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    I can see it's sprouting Bonnie's "Billy Bob" teeth already. Bonnie seems to have passed on some of her classiest traits!!



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