Futurity - which section / sections?

scotsmare

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Planning to take my yearling to the futurity in Aberdeen in August. She is SJ bred but wondered if there was any merit to taking her into another section? She has good straight paces but doesn't have a big extravagant movement (so I think that would rule the dressage bit out
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Anyhoo, gratuitous pics of her below.......

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Oh she's lovely. Is this the one you are selling/not selling/I can't keep up!?

I think she actually looks like a SJ yearling (as much as you can tell at this age)- what is her breeding? SHe's a nice shape & well in proportion for a yearling. Just done some pictures of Mouse in the PG & she's waaaay more gangly than your baby.
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Oh she's lovely. Is this the one you are selling/not selling/I can't keep up!?

I think she actually looks like a SJ yearling (as much as you can tell at this age)- what is her breeding? SHe's a nice shape & well in proportion for a yearling. Just done some pictures of Mouse in the PG & she's waaaay more gangly than your baby.
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She's up for sale as I really should sell her but no-one want's her!!

She's by a stallion called Craigmancie Gold who is currently jumping grade C, he in turn is by Ludwig H. Mare was by Concorde so baby is definitely SJ bred.

She is a lovely girl - just need to find her a lovely home!
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Will toddle off to look at Mouse pics
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