Smokey Black Thoroughbred. Coming two year old. By Guaranteed Gold out of one of our Puchilingui daughters (born prior to our purchasing the mare). This was her first colt. His owner offered him to me but feels he should be kept a stallion.
The colt has never been outside of his stall. He was stunning as a foal but has gone down hill since, he actually looks much better here than the last time I saw him about six months ago.
I know he is to young for a honest to goodness critique and I am also aware that these pictures are awful. I snapped them quick in between his flailing around and carrying on. He needs a lot of work (Needs to accept being touched, handled, learn to lead, tie, he has never seen a farrier, learn to not bite, not kick people and as stated he hasn't even seen the outdoors... ohh yippy, all I can say is I hope he inherited his sires disposition!)
Judging by the photos, give me some feed back. Critique. Do you think with some popper feeding and turning him out, he'll straiten out? His knees are big from standing in the cement stall, hocks also, at his young age what are the chances we'll correct that? I am also wondering what the chances are he'd be sound, sigh.