Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Higgins, TX. YeeHaw!!
Just based on those pictures (which aren't great, we'd actually need video to see quality of movement too), but I'd choose 6 first, then 2. I don't particularly like any of the rest of them for WP type movement.
There are a couple I might look at as performance/ranch prospects when they're older, but nothing show worthy.
ETA: I suppose I should say why I don't really like most the others...
1- not a good enough picture to tell anything so I just skipped even looking
3- head/neck too high. Might just be that one picture, but immediately made me look elsewhere for a more level foal.
4- croup looks steep and very straight through stifle/hocks...makes for limited power on the hind and difficulty collecting
5- hocks too straight and bones in front legs way too fine.
7- neck is just ugly. Short, thick, with a very thick throatlatch and it ties in coarsely to her head.
8- Long back, upright shoulder
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Last edited by smrobs; 06-08-2013 at 01:04 AM.