Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Alberta, Canada
• Horses: 0
Number 2's feet are all different shapes and sizes; the left front worries me a bit. Her hip is alright but a bit small, though I like her stifle placement. Her shoulder is nice and she has a great short back. Her hocks are VERY straight which worries me a lot for soundness.
Number 1 has very long pasterns and long toes with under-run heels ... This is a horrible combination that could predispose her to navicular changes. She looks like a running QH, not a TB. Her tail set is really low and she **** near has the diaper butt QH thing going on. She has a bit of a sucked up wasp waist. I like her shoulder and neck. She has a very open, odd hind end angle.. Her stifle is very low, creating a very wide angle backwards then an odd angle up to the LS.
How do they move? I strongly suggest getting a PPE with X-rays on anything that's raced; it may save you money and heartbreak down the road.
Overall, after looking harder at both, I would be tempted to pass on either. Number 1 because of her pasterns and feet, and number 2 because of her back legs.
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