Smrobs - you just made my day! (any time someone says something nice about my horse, it's a good day!) Her confirmation isn't great, but as stated earlier, she's not nearly as jugheaded as that pic would makes her look.
Oldest daughter is hoping that the foal gets the good parts of her confirmation and the good parts of the sire's. He has decent bone structure and a much prettier head than Dancer. He has a really good temperment - especially for a stallion. If he weren't gelding agressive, you'd never realize he was a stud without looking. Once he's gelded (and he will be, trust me) he would make a great riding horse. Nothing spooks him. He'd even be a good kids horse with some miles on him, if he weren't so dang big. (16hh or better.)
I just hope the foal doesn't turn out small and scrawny like the stallion's other foals. Stupid son in law has a two year old out of him that looks more like a yearling - he eats like a pig but is really skinny and bony. He's only about 12 - 13 hh, but he has a really pretty head. That's the only thing I can really see that's good about him. And yeah, this is the same colt that was left on the dam until he was over a year old.
Plain Old Dee, horses Dancer and Rain I believe in dragons, unicorns, good men and other mythical creatures!