2yr old QH Stallion

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    07-23-2013, 02:02 AM
2yr old QH Stallion

I know these pictures are pretty hard to judge his neck on and shoulder too well but wondering what you guys think over all :)
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    07-23-2013, 02:03 AM
Oh man that was awful grammar what I meant to say was... "I know you can't really judge his shoulder and neck very well based on these photo's but..."
    07-23-2013, 02:20 AM
Wow, I've never seen such a hideous animal! I'll tell you what, I'll take that awful horse off your hands and hide him forever from the sight of the public.

I'm totally joking :) he's gorgeous! I can't tell much about his confirmation from these action shots, but I like him overall. Good depth in his heart-girth, his neck ties in nicely, good looking booty! And color to boot. What are your plans for this stunning boy?
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    07-23-2013, 02:22 AM
Hey I am missing a few side shots that I wanted to add. What the heck!?
    07-23-2013, 02:26 AM
Well, since he's such an embarrassment, perhaps I should hide him behind my barn for you.

Handsome boy but can't really comment because the pics aren't great for what you're asking and he's looking kind of gawky, 2 year old, growing-ish. He reminds me of my boy when I first got him. Now at 3 my guy is still growing but what a world of difference!

In fairness to your boy, I wouldn't ask any more about him for another year, then see how he's matured and then put up a couple of good conformation pics.

There's an old breeder's adage that goes something like this: Look at them at 3 days, 3 weeks, 3 months and then don't look again until they are 3 years.
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    07-23-2013, 02:28 AM
Here they are. Plans are to show him in reining (What he is bred for) but we will also be used for hunting/camping/trail riding, some small rodeo's and some ranch work, and eventually sire some fantastic reining foals for me.
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    07-23-2013, 02:30 AM
What's his pedigree?
    07-23-2013, 02:34 AM
I've always been interested in reining, I love watching it.

His topline is good, I like his hind end, I'd like to see him with more substantial bone but that's just me. His pasterns look to be a little short and upright too. But I like him, and at 2 years old he has a lot of room to improve.

I'm sure more knowledgeable members will chime in, as I'm not too experienced yet with leg angles.
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    07-23-2013, 02:37 AM
If he's this nice at two, he'll be incredible in a year or two. I like him a lot.
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    07-23-2013, 02:39 AM
His sire is Jumping Jack Whiz (Son of Topsail Whiz and earner of $55K) and his dam is a daughter of Dunit's Lucky Charm.

I have been watching Jumping Jack Whiz for a long time and I am really liking what his get are getting done. I have wanted a son of his for a few years and this is the one I just had to have. I wanted something a bit taller (He is already 14 3hh so I expect at least 15 1hh) with lots of bone (He actually is much more solid then he appears) and with better stifles then I regularily see in the whiz horses. Palomino is my least favorite color, but...

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