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Conformation Critique Please

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        04-28-2012, 05:48 PM
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    Foal
    Conformation Critique Please

    Thoroughbred mare:

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        04-28-2012, 06:43 PM
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    Green Broke
    Starting from the front, she has a nice head. Neck set doesnt look too bad, though it needs muscling.
    Good shoulder and nice depth of girth.
    Hard to really say from the photo, but her front legs appear to be a little over at the knee/ buck-kneed.
    Back is short (good thing) and maybe just a touch high in the wither, but that is common for TB's.
    Sharp slope to her croup and there is something off about her hind legs. Maybe someone else can pinpoint exactly what I am seeing... though they appear correct it seems like she's stretching out at the same time.
         

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