Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Neither here nor there
• Horses: 0
I think he would suit your needs. For a welsh he is a bit longer through the head with taller ears, but still cute. Neck ties in a touch low and may be a touch short (though may be just the way he is holding it). His shoulder is quite upright, but point of shoulder is fairly high allowing him to have a fairly open shoulder angle and extend it out there more than expected on the move. He most likely will have a bit of a jarring trot to ride, but flashy in harness. Topline and coupling appear strong. Croup is a bit steep and his SI placement is a bit far back. Nice angles to hind legs and fronts appear clean. Right now he is narrow through the chest floor, but this may change as he matures. He does not toe out behind excessively (horses should naturally toe out some- if the toes are straight forward THAT is a problem). Good bone and pastern angles.
I think he would be very cute in harness.
As a general rules the legs stay the same as they age, but necks, and top lines may come together with age.
Last edited by Tryst; 08-28-2013 at 03:03 PM.