Critique Yearling QH Jet's Conformation so far. - The Horse Forum

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post #1 of 7 Old 06-26-2012, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Critique Yearling QH Jet's Conformation so far.

Jet is turning a year old and I wanted a critique on how he is looking so far even though he has lots of growing to do. He will officially be one on July 12th. I can't believe he is getting so big already I can't wait till next year to ride him a little. Just as a note if you notice the horizontal mark on the left side of his rear that is the scar from my grandma's lab trying to eat him.






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I dislike critiquing youngsters, and I suck at it, but I wanted to say, I think is nice and I like him!
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I think he is adorable, has such a sweet little face
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Trust me he knows he is cute he likes to use it to his advantage to get people to spoil him

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I dislike critiquing youngsters, and I suck at it, but I wanted to say, I think is nice and I like him!



My sentiments exactly.
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post #7 of 7 Old 06-26-2012, 01:17 AM
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I don't like critiquing young horses either..He's just going to change so much until he's finally done growing, he won't finish growing until 5 or 6. Young horses go through all sorts of weird stages and looks before they settle into themselves. You little guy is probably going to bounce back and forth and make you just shake your head before it's done with.

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