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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
He appears to be fairly significantly over at the knees and possibly tied in. Long back, though that is typical of his type, and his neck is tied in high as well. That, also, is fairly typical of the breed, though I don't particularly like it myself.
What bothers me though, is how long and angled his front pasterns are. How is the condition of his hooves? It make be something (angle anyways) that can be somewhat corrected.
He's young and may grow out of some of his faults. What are you wanting to do with him? Gelding would be a good idea IMO, so that he doesn't get that cresty look of a stallion, and to make him easier to work with.
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