|At the vet school, where horses are not tied safely!|
|When I'd had her for a few weeks and her mane still insisted on lying to the left.|
Her neck is fantastic, too.
|A week or so ago.|
One of the prettiest parts of Lex is her head.
Of course, as they say, you can't ride the head. That is true. But a big, heavy head often means being heavy in the bridle. Her head is refined, with nice big ears and a calm expression. Then there's her nose.
This sounds weird, but I really like her nostrils. They pull in a lot of air, and her chest and barrel are also wide. She's got air capacity for days. She'll never get winded, really.
Anyway, not bad for a $150 rescue, huh?
If you want some homework, here's a video on show jumper conformation. I'm working my way through it, because it's quite long, but I LIVE for this kind of thing.