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        03-25-2013, 04:43 PM
    Ohh lol, well I'm seeing the knee being offset front to back a little bit? Like the cannon is a bit forward of the ulna? [I think that's the bone I'm thinking of...]

    Maybe it's just me.
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        05-15-2014, 08:45 PM
    Originally Posted by Doodlesweaver    

    These pictures are a year old now and he's grown an inch since then. I will try to get some more photos right away. Someone mentioned something about a "weak coupling" and I'm trying to see if he has a weak coupling or not. I sure would appreciate any help/assistance/education anyone can give me re: their impression of my horse's coupling because I'm just not seeing it after studying this for a few hours. Thanks.

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