I didn't even see that. Guess because my gelding is the same, and the horse before that was the same, and the horse before THAT... my gelding is a 15.1hh anglo arab, has a lot more TB traits than Arab traits. Horse before him was a standardbred, and horse before HIM was a TB. The TB and the Anglo are the most awkward, the Anglo has a very nice front end for jumping but his hindquarter is just ewww hahaha
I wish her humerus was more upright too. I live in hope that the angle might open out a little, but my chances of that happening aren't great... I suppose all I can do is hope that I end up with a scenario of this horse having real heart to jump and managing to defy her conformation. I was told horses from this bloodline can jump, and jump well, but then again, I was told that Magic has a full brother, and according to the studbook, no siblings exist. So idk. If she has real scope, she should do ok even without an ideal front end, and I have an insane amount of patience for grids (I love them, SO MUCH FUN) so she'll be the best that she's capable of being. Assuming I don't screw up her flat education of course... I'm a jumping person more than anything else and all the horses I have had except one have been pretty good on the flat when I got them.
A CLEAN SLATE FOR THE FUTURE