Though at 2 + years she's a work in progress, she's very short in her quarter (from her hip to point of croup) and very long in her back; the opposite of typical QH conformation. Beyond the typical butt high you'd expect at her age and of a QH, she also has an odd topline - looks like the beginnings of a roached back. I'm also concerned that her hind pastern angle is very different than her front.
So - she's adorable, and obviously a wonderful disposition, but, no, not breeding quality.
PS - Is cremello now considered desirable and bred for in the QH world? The first one I saw, okay, 30 years ago, was considered an oddity.
The one sortof kindof confo shot of Nancy Drew in you barn is not a very good one for confo - she's hyper alert, head and neck up and looking around and not standing four square and balanced. Post a better/more traditional confo shot and I'll have a go
Last edited by maura; 03-31-2010 at 10:43 PM.