miovers conformation

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miovers conformation

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        04-29-2013, 04:35 AM
    miovers conformation

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    Are these alright pics for conformation?

    I know he needs more muscle gain,
    And he has a long back

    He is still wet as he was hosed as I rode him
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        04-29-2013, 06:48 AM
    Hard to tell, in a few square looking pictures he has lost his feet, or I mean the camera did... and he is either butt high or he is standing on a slope, hard to tell with not square or straight pictures..
    Im not perticularly happy with a neck like that but I don't know enough about conformation to judge..
        04-29-2013, 07:18 AM
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    I wrote a whole response on this horse and the site crashed out and would not let me post it.

    He is a nice horse and I won't go through all that again until you guys fix the site. BTW this is from a desk top and the last time was from tablet.. so it is you not me....

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