Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Central Texas, easily mistaken for a big bowl of dust!!
I'll give it a shot, but I'm no expert. Anyone correct me if I'm wrong!
Front to back, she does appear to have an ewe neck, which is also short and ties in kinda funky.
Her shoulder is pretty straight/upright which will likely make her a rougher ride (short strided)
Her front legs look okay, but I'm no good with the whole (over/back/behind the knee) pasterns look to be a good angle/length and she "looks" to toe out a bit
Her back looks maaaybe a tad long, nice length and angle of her croup, nice tail set
She's posty/straight in the back legs (which I see a lot in Quarter horses and Paints) and she does toe out quite a lot.
Overall, in my opinion she's a useable horse :)
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