12-19-2012, 08:38 AM
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She is long but she is made to look more so by the camera angle in the standing photo. She has good bone, slightly sickle hocks (but a different photo or seeing her in person might make me a liar on the hocks). Her shoulder is a bit steep and her point of shoulder is set low. She may be a bit downhill. Her neck is a bit base thick.
This horse would benefit a lot from trotting up hills in a frame similar to the photo of her walking. See how lowering her head actually tightens her abdominal muscles a little and raises her back?
She is a nice horse. I gave my critique of her conformation but she looks a very useful type that would benefit from a little less weight and a good bit more work.