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    03-20-2012, 03:22 PM
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Coming 2yr old TB Filly- please critique growth

This is Quinn my TB filly. She is going to be 2 in late July. She is butt high right now but looking beyond that I would like some opinions. In some of the photos she is not on level ground. Please let me know what you think!

She is out a Buckskin thoroughbred sire "Smoked Gold"

The first picture is from last summer.
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    03-20-2012, 08:09 PM
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Definitely butt high!
Shoulder could be steaper but her front legs look good and with time and growth she should develope a nice neck and a deep girth.
Hard to tell about her back legs. In most of the photos she appears slightly sickle hocked but she's not really standing straight in any.
Overall, not a bad looking filly so far!
     
    03-20-2012, 09:21 PM
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Originally Posted by lilruffian    
Definitely butt high!
Shoulder could be steaper but her front legs look good and with time and growth she should develope a nice neck and a deep girth.
Hard to tell about her back legs. In most of the photos she appears slightly sickle hocked but she's not really standing straight in any.
Overall, not a bad looking filly so far!



Thank you! She is growing like a see-saw right now lol one day her sholders will rise, I hope! She has a really nice flowing gait and I hope she keeps it! I will get better pictures when it gets nicer out. She is a little off in the back but it seems the more she grows it gets better. Also the farrier is trying to keep her trimed so she doesnt turn out so much. Thanks for the critique!!
     

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