Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Eastern Connecticut
His body is certainly large in every way and I like that he doesn't have upright pasterns. But his front legs look awfully small. I don't know much about western but I'd worry about that big body on those little legs. Although I guess its better they're short and thin rather than long and thin. His knee looks nice and big but also tied in behind or over at the knee in front. He has no wither but with a western saddle its probably less likely to slide down his neck. With any quarter horse of unknown bloodlines, I'd test him for HYPP and other metabolic disorders that are common with quarter horses. I think the other one is called PPSM
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