Horse Conformation Welsh/Arab

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Horse Conformation Welsh/Arab

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        10-05-2012, 09:36 PM
    Horse Conformation Welsh/Arab

    I have a side pic of my Welsh/Arab, so I thought it would be fun to get a critique of her conformation. I am in no way breeding her, but thought it would be fun to see how you all think she goes together.
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        10-05-2012, 10:21 PM
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    Well, she almost looks like two different horses put together at the shoulder. Her head and neck and shoulder are much larger than I'd expect from looking at her hind end. Her front legs look good, and the shoulder is a good angle and pretty beefy. But her pelvis is kind of small and her coupling is also small and maybe a bit weak. (see what others say on that, as I am not super clear on that yet).
    Front canons are nice and short. Pasterns at a slightly upright angle
        10-09-2012, 01:02 PM
    I have always thought she had a Welsh front and Arab butt, so what you say makes sense. She doesn't have an Arab-like head, which I thought was weird, but she has the endurance at least.
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