I don't see a long back on this horse at all....I say Holy Short Back! So yep, saddle fit may be a problem for an adult size saddle. But he's got some great sturdy bone and just looks like a good all-around guy.
I'm no confo expert, so I won't even go there. Just wanted to say I LOVE the QH/Morgan cross.
Great work ethic, good head on their shoulders, willing to try anything for their person, overall a very nice mix.
The horse is for sale. The only pics with advert were ones being ridden, like the first one here. I requested some conformation pics and the winter woollies is what she sent me (jammies, curlers & all!). Hoping to look at this guy on Saturday if all works out. My horse experienced friend is a great lover of Morgans, I've always seen myself as a QH girl, so we both think he's worth looking at. She will be going with me to check him out.
He looks to be a nice little riding horse, the pic form the rear, was either taken at an angle or he is more muscled on one side than the other which indicates a lameness. He may be useablly sound even if he has a lamenss issue.