Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: East Central Illinois
His topline looks TB--you said Appendix, and I can see that. The cold knee injury shouldn't matter, but keep an eye on his R front action, anyway, just to be sure. I don't care for his back legs. They are too straight. Also, the pasterns are a little long and slope too little in the front. They should be ~45 degrees.
Keep us updated. I believe he'll have a choppy trot bc he won't be able to stride under well, but he might do okay. I'm sure you'll get that weight up this summer. =D