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post #1 of 2 Old 02-20-2013, 05:17 AM Thread Starter
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Conformation Crit. on my QH Gelding?:)

I'm a bit new here, so I thought I'd get a conformation crit on my gelding for the fun of it. Sadly, he has chronic laminitis that wont put up with the eventing I'd wanted to get him into, but at the time of this picture he was showing 2ft and practicing 4ft. Had a tough time with dressage cause he's a bit stubborn, but was quite popular at clinics and with trainers, though he seemed to give me the hardest time lol. He's got a bit of tb in em'. Roman is out of Bedouino's Farewell, and grandpa on his Dam's side is Majestic Son. Besides him being pretty down hill, I'd always thought him to be well built for for mid level eventing, but what do you guys think? Just curious

This was at his last show before he was moved back home, needless to say I found he doesn't mind the lazy life too much. No more standing to get his mane braided way before his wake up time haha!

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post #2 of 2 Old 02-20-2013, 05:53 AM Thread Starter
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*Although I'm interested in eventing, and would have liked to try it with him, I meant more in my prior post in referring to hunter jumper. As obviously, he's not tall enough, nor do I have any experience in it.

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