9yro TB gelding

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9yro TB gelding

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        09-22-2012, 10:26 AM
    9yro TB gelding

    Can I get a confo critique on this gelding please? He is a 9yro, obviously off the track. He'd be used for mostly pleasure riding, possibly low level eventing.
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        09-22-2012, 12:39 PM
    Green Broke
    Big shoulder on him, which makes his neck too tiny in comparison, but it's got a decent angle to it
    Nice depth of girth
    Long cannons & pasterns but otherwise his front legs look ok
    Prominent wither but it seems fairly level with his point of croup, which is good
    Back is boarderline long
    Nice square hindquarters
    Back legs are just a tad posty and again, long pasterns
    Overall he's a decently put together horse. Nothing a little muscle and time can't fix
        09-22-2012, 01:48 PM
    Thank you lilruffian. He definitely does look a little posty behind, more so in the second photo than the first.

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