I PMed you(:
Are you giving reasons on the class your judging? If so, I can show you how to take notes and the format for putting together a set of reasons(:
Critique on your judging:
Well, first off, this isn't really a truly placeable class, because you'll never judge mares against geldings. You look for different things in each gender, so I can't really place this class.
Since I'm not sure if you're going to give a set of reasons, I'll just correct any incorrect usage of terms. (:
1) Kudos on recognizing the correct angle of her pasterns! Not sure what you mean by "not cramped under her stifle." Typically, you won't judge a horse by their hooves, unless they have an incorrect angle about them. You won't use the term "height of withers." You can say that the horse has "prominent withers" or "round, sloping withers" if need be. Something you didn't mention that you should've seen is that she stands over at the knee. Also, when you're judging, start at the head and work back.
Faults - This mare has big, less attractive ears. Her neck ties in sloppily at her shoulder. She has a short croup. She is also built downhill.
2) First off, you're not going to want to use the term "pretty nice." Instead, "quality" and synonyms are better choices. And once again "wither height" is a strange term. Her "hocks & knees" being the "same height" isn't really something that's relevant at all. Her "hocks being out from under her" is also irrelevant, and not necessarily a good thing. You should recognize that she has a long, sloping croup with an excellent angle. You're correct about the short length of her neck, as well.
Faults - Long face, large ears. Steep shoulder angle. Long pasterns. Tied up in flanks.
3) You don't want to talk about the "croup and withers being level." You can say the horse is balanced. Also, the horse being built downhill is a major fault, not a good thing! Don't use the term "choppy!" There's no such thing as a "choppy" shoulder angle – there is steep and sloping, but no "choppy." xD His neck is not short or thick, it is turned to the side. Actually, it looks nice, but I can't see because he's looking towards the camera.
Faults - He lacks muscling over his topline. He has a flat croup, and is parrot mouthed.
4) This picture is really poor to judge by, so I won't even try. XD You don't want to say anything about "hocks out..." That's all I can really say... (:
I think that you really have the right idea(: If you need any help at all, don't hesitate to ask!!