Originally Posted by DraftyAiresMum
I'm not a fan. He looks like a race-bred TB. Light on bone, over at the knee, slightly wasp-waisted, he seems a bit posty through the hocks, hocks are set high, low stifle/long hip, high withers, short neck that ties in high on his chest, he's downhill, and he looks sway-backed. I've seen much better conformation on grade horses. Heck, my gelding has better conformation, IMO.
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What is "wasp-waisted"? I've never heard of it, but then again, I know nothing about conformation