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        01-21-2012, 09:46 PM
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    confo critique

    For the ones who did not see the updated pictures on my other tread,please critique.

    Note: He is a just coming four year old, TB/QH gelding.
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        01-22-2012, 12:15 AM
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    He's young yet, but his chest sure is narrow. Hope it widens out in the next year or two. He's straight through the hocks and not very type, with a steeply angled hip. Looks almost like an Arab cross. Functionally sound conformation, but not much of a turn-n-burn athlete.
         
        01-22-2012, 02:03 AM
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    Originally Posted by bubba13    
    He's young yet, but his chest sure is narrow. Hope it widens out in the next year or two. He's straight through the hocks and not very type, with a steeply angled hip. Looks almost like an Arab cross. Functionally sound conformation, but not much of a turn-n-burn athlete.
    I agree, I hope he does some more filling out with in the next year or so. Sadly he tacks after his mothers side the most. He is only about 1/3 TB but wouldn't you know it he would end up with all the bad qualities from his TB lines in my opinion. I love him though, even with his flaws. He def wont make a barrel horse, at least not a fast one, so I am kinda at a lose as in what to do. I don't really need a new horse but I have always had a soft spot for him so I guess we will see. He would make an amazing English horse, he moves beautifully!
         

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