Join Date: May 2011
Location: Chino Valley, AZ
He's cute. His knees look great (better than a lot I've seen). His hocks are set a bit high. He is VERY downhill. Being downhill will not a good jumper make. It's harder/more work for them to get that front end off the ground and over the jump. Think about holding a board from one end and the other end is lower than your hands. How much harder is it to get that other end up above the level of your hands? Now, picture a board held the same way, but level or with the opposite end slightly higher than your hands. MUCH easier to get it higher, right? Same concept applies to a horse.
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