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        11-02-2012, 11:24 PM
      #1
    Weanling
    Opinions on a 3 year old stallion

    Hi forum :)
    This is a horse(wouldn't have guessed, right?) He is a little underweight, about 3 years old, the pictures were taken last year and back then he was still a stallion(I have no idea if he has been gelded since then..)

    I'm interested in him. Sadly I haven't got any newer pictures because haven't been in touch with the owner since I left that stable - I used to go there and train their horses, clean stalls and stuff.
    Though, I do know this certain horse is still there and for sale.

    Conformation-gurus out there, please do tell me if this certain horse would do good in dressage based on his built?
    Sire is a hannover. Don't remember the dam, sorry.

    Frank -






         
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        11-02-2012, 11:42 PM
      #2
    Green Broke
    Not a bad looking fellow
    I like his shoulder
    Sufficient depth through the girth
    I would say his cannons are a tad long in front but not drastically. Nothing to worry about
    Pasterns have a bit too much slope to them
    Back is a nice length
    Hindquarters appear to be relatively well constructed and should fill out nicely with muscling
    Back legs in the one photo give the impression of being sickle-hocked
    Pretty head
    Neck seems, to me, to be set a little high, but again looks like it has the overall structure to develope nicely in time
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        11-03-2012, 08:56 AM
      #3
    Weanling
    Thanks, he seemed to me like a pretty ok guy too. But do you think his shoulder should allow enough free-movement for dressage?
    Might just be me, but I for some reason see more of a jumpers shoulder. Someone tell me I'm wrong, please
         
        11-03-2012, 09:25 AM
      #4
    Green Broke
    Quite a nice horse. Needs groceries!

    All I would add to Lilruffian's remarks is he seems a bit tied in at the knee. He is built quite level and has a lovely shoulder. I look at him and think maybe more of a jumper than Dressage but time would tell. We start them all the same way. I would let the horse tell me which way he wants to go (jumping or dressage) as each discipline requires good conformation but each also requires a different attitude or disposition.

    I like him. Would love to work with this horse myself. :)
         
        11-11-2012, 08:55 PM
      #5
    Foal
    In my opinion, that's a pretty good looking horse!!:) But I have to agree with Elana that he seems like he'd make a fine jumper, judging on what I can see!
         

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