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post #1 of 7 Old 09-05-2013, 06:00 PM Thread Starter
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Critique my 3 yr old, please.

We have managed to put on more weight, the vet says for such a slow growing breed (Latvian driving/carriage horse) he is at a good weight for a growing horse. Ofc, we are trying to gain a bit more for winter...
Excuse the poor background, but at least he stood nicely... no pictures of front and back ends yet, but will try to get those if really needed...
Basically, a horse in progress - in 3 years he will look competely different with more weight, muscles, experience, size, and hopefully better feet (trying to make corrections to the hoof angles)
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post #2 of 7 Old 09-05-2013, 06:40 PM
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*snatch* mine now
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*snatch* mine now
I think he is safe, as the cost of getting him from me to you might equal another great horse closer to you :P
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Wow very nice, he sure has a presence about him!!
Can't say much about his confo since I know nothing about his breed, but I can't see much wrong, though it could be because I can't look past how gorgeous he is!
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Yeah... You're just a little far from me lol
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Cresty neck that is tied in a little low at the wither, slightly long back but good coupling. Very nice, strong, straight legs. His shoulder is straight but otherwise he's very nice. What do you plan to do with him?

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Cresty neck that is tied in a little low at the wither, slightly long back but good coupling. Very nice, strong, straight legs. His shoulder is straight but otherwise he's very nice. What do you plan to do with him?
As the breed is quite a universal horse, I plan to try and see where life takes up... I do not expect GP levels of him, as I will never do that either, but we will do a little dressage and jumping, maybe drive a carriage once in a while to make friends and family happy. He is a heart horse, and will do what he can or is willing to. As in I shall not force a discipline on him... maybe we will go for endurance Seeing as today I worked with him for about 30 minutes, first time in 2-3 weeks, and he wanted to mainly canter and trot, and he didnt break a sweat, didn't pant like crazy... I think he will do a lot of things :)
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