Join Date: May 2011
Location: Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
That's one of the best looking Thoroughbreds I've seen in a while! If anything, I'd say he needs some groceries to take him from racing fit to pleasure/competition horse fit, and some muscling on the top line. His hindquarters and chest look amazingly conditioned, but I can definitely tell he's a track horse. His back looks a little weak to me, but that's likely because of how he's ridden and the light weight tack/riders. Once he has a few months to unwind, put some weight on and then start being conditioned as a riding horse, he will round out and lose the hard racing edge. He's gorgeous and I can't wait to see what he looks like in a few months.