09-02-2012, 03:18 AM
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I don't know a great deal about Friesians I'll admit. However, just looking at him as a 'horse', I don't think he's well balanced. He's a lot more horse up-front, than from the mid-barrel back. I don't like his rear quarter at all I'm afraid. He's a bit straight in the rear and has a very steep croup with a slight sign of a possible roach. I'd say he rather more resembles more of a sport horse/lighter type, than a good example of the breed. Certainly if he were whole, he would not be breeding quality.
Regardless though, if he's a sweet and willing boy and enjoys everything you do with him, who really cares if he has some conformation issues.