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Barrel horse conformation

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        04-08-2013, 07:02 PM
      #11
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    Originally Posted by BarrelRacingLvr    
    For me I like...

    -Decent neck that ties in just right (not to high or low).
    -Big sloping shoulders
    -Deep heart girth
    -Shorter back (not super long but not super short either)
    -Long underline
    -Big long hip
    -Straight correct legs
    -Lower set hocks
    -Shorter pasterns
    -Good bone

    I also like a good soggy horse, not a big fan of the super lean built ones (even though I do have one, but he has lots of other great characteristics).

    Here are 2 of mine, not the best pictures.

    JJ


    Scrat



    I personally like JJs build a lot better and he is a bit more balanced than Scrat. He is also a lot heavier built then Scrat which is how I like them...big and wide.
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    Since you like jj better, can I haz scrat? Lol.. I kidd are they both zippo bred? They got that bigggg hip, lol.
         
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        04-08-2013, 08:10 PM
      #12
    Yearling
    No JJ is by Dats A Frenchman (Frenchman Guy x Juno Dat Cash) out of a Jet of Honor x Biankus mare. And Scrat is by a son of DAF (Frenchman Guy x Biankus) and out of a Zan Parr Bar x Biankus mare.
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        04-08-2013, 08:45 PM
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    No JJ is by Dats A Frenchman (Frenchman Guy x Juno Dat Cash) out of a Jet of Honor x Biankus mare. And Scrat is by a son of DAF (Frenchman Guy x Biankus) and out of a Zan Parr Bar x Biankus mare.
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    Close enough for me, lol. im definitely diggin the cowy influence.. frenchman line is pretty popular-- reckon imz a fan of the line now.
         
        04-09-2013, 12:49 PM
      #14
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by cowgirl4753    
    As well as colour, the proper blingy tack is SO important! My horse can't perform to her best without proper sparkles!
    THIS IS THE MOST IMPORTANT THING!!!

    Haha, just kidding but it is very important!
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