OK so she will be 12 months tomorrow. This is the first time I've really stood her up properly square and I'm so proud of her for staying absolutely still and not moving a muscle while I fiddled around and took photos.
I can see heaps of things I like and heaps of things I don't but nearly all of what I don't like she should grow out of. YES she is young to have a bit in her mouth, she likes to be always learning and I've gotten nearly all her groundwork sorted. I can't do much more until she's mouthed so I decided to start mouthing her.
There are front and rear photos on my phone which I will transfer and upload in due course.
And I'll kick off the critique
Lovely head with a good eye, nice neck if a little fleshy through the throatlatch. Good shoulder, nice swept back withers. Long cannons and pasterns that should balance out as she matures, and perhaps a tad back at the knee. Smallish hooves which seem a little upright. Downhill but may level out, and a tad long in the back but again may grow out of this. Good angles in the hindquarter and nicely shaped rump with a good tail set. Coupling is acceptable. Hindquarter too small to balance out the rest, especially the large grass gut. Gaskin is thin and needs definition. Hind pasterns seem a little upright.
Agree? Disagree? Anything to add?