Sure(: I just really didn't feel like it. Here we go...
To start off, this aged paint stallion demonstrates downhill conformation. He's wasp-waisted, or in other words not deep enough in his flank. He has a long, weak back and a short neck that ties in poorly to his steep shoulder. His badly angled croup supports a tail set too high. He has short cannon bones in the front, as well. This is all I can tell, as there are no other angles to this picture.
The OP's picture of the mare isn't a good conformation picture, but from what I can tell she has a short back and downhill conformation, as well as a steep but rounded croup.
All things considered, I once again say no.
The hills were bathed in moonlight, the shadows not so stark;
Silver light reflected off his brown hide as he held me in the dark
– I love you, Mudpie!
Last edited by mudpie; 02-07-2012 at 10:06 PM.