Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Bronson, Florida
I'll offer you my opinion.
Horse #1 ~ Very thick neck. No throat latch to speak of. Poor withers, bordering on mutton. Possibly camped under in the hind end.
Horse #2 ~ Appears very straight in the hind legs (posty), including the pasterns which are almost straight up and down. Long in the back, high neckset and weak in the croup.
If I had a mare I wanted to breed - I would not give either of these boys a second look. However they may make very fine geldings for trail riding, small shows, etc.