As still a near total "newb" when it comes to conformation and what the plusses and minuses are (other than those which fall into the "glaringly obvious" category), it's both highly educational and in one or two ways, it was a bit surprising to hear that which the focus is placed upon by the experts.
Certainly an informative video. Overall, it really got me thinking about the kinds of things to generally look at/for when evaluating both a potential purchase (beyond all of that which I have already been thinking about thus far-mainly temperament related issues and things having to do again with the more glaring positives and negatives), and, it has me thinking about evaluating the horses I usually ride, which happen to be mainly warmblood mares, interestingly, and where they "stack up" based upon these conformation critiques.
Very useful, thank you! A great direction to go in in terms of beginning to develop that "eye" for good and bad conformation, would certainly be to watch the "experts" crit/evaluate as many horses as possible. Something I'll certainly begin to do from now on.
Thank you again! :0) Great little starter video!
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