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Join Date: Dec 2010
Location: South East Texas
I didn't pick him out as halter bred at first, but he does have really upright back pasterns and small hooves which are typical of halter bred horses. He isn't hugely bulky like some of the halter horses are (though he could thicken up as he gets older...he is YOUNG) which is a good thing given those feet. You'll want to make sure you never let him get overweight. He actually looks like he might be clubby on the back left leg too, though it could just be a bad trim. His hoof angles don't match so my best guess is just a bad trim...
He's really nice though, other than that. Very well put together for a two year old. Nice big hip, nice clean legs, and I like his back so far. His shoulder is a straighter than I'd prefer for a H/J because it may affect his scope, but I don't see why couldn't do local levels if he is brought around properly and given time. His face is really cute.
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