Originally Posted by DraftyAiresMum
Sorry if you took that the wrong way. Didn't mean anything by it.
If I were you, I'd study up on conformation and learn what faults mean what for a horse's performance. Oddly enough, Wikipedia has a good article on conformation and explains what each fault can mean for a horse's long-term soundness.
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Hard to believe, but I was in a horse judging club a few years ago. A lot of the techniqal things I forgot though, so I try to brush up on here. We used to use Texas A&M's horse judging section online since you would get actual show results on the horses confo.
This horse stumped me because of his color making it hard to find his shoulder. He's a cutie, but the search will continue.