Originally Posted by tinyliny
From what I've read on conformation (mostly by Dr. Deb Bennet and her books on conformation), correct knees may be often seen as "over", when in actuality they are not. The humerus bone (from elbow to knee) has a curve built into it, so when it is correctly postioned, it will give the knee/leg a slightly convex appearance, such as this horse, when it is actually Correct.
He does seem to be of light bone, as Smrobs said, but from what one can see from that angle (not a good confo crit, photo) , he is a nice looking horse.
Really? So if they seem similar, correct and over, is there a way to tell a difference? So his knees are correct? Once he calms down I'll get him square. He doesn't like to stand very still. But thank you, I'm going to look into that Dr. Deb Bennet. Sounds very intelligent.