:) I saw those three points as well. I was hoping that the pasterns will seem a bit more proportionate once he's full grown. And I'm really hoping that the roach is in part due to him being so downhill right now. The toed out (esp. right) doesn't seem to cause enough winging to have him knocking feet, so I guess that's good and my farrier wonders if it will correct slightly as his chest fills out.
I guess my biggest worry is the pasterns because it seems like it could be the most limiting factor for him (esp. with hunter/jumper, right?).
It's funny because, though I know he has a terrible case of the yearling fuglies, I have a mommy's eye for him and still find him so handsome. lol
Thanks for the feedback :)
Last edited by ReubenJCogburn; 07-26-2013 at 07:00 PM.