I have a very strong prospect soon to be vetted and with (crossed fingers) he vets. So far no outward signs of any issues with any of the eyes that have seen his video and these same eyes have picked out, accurately I might add, issues with other horses I have vetted.
Now, on that note, he is an Oldenburg X TBred so should have a tail, however, in this case it is a genetic issue as his sire didn't have a thick one either, though it looks a little thicker than the one this horse has.
I've watched vids on how to insert a false tail, but, my questions is, how visible is the attachment point if the horse swishes the tail around? This horse would be ridden dressage so a fairly quiet tail in any case (hopefully) but how secure are these extensions?
If the horse vets I will obviously work on the thickening and lengthening and hopefully get a little bit more but he is never going to have a tail that would make anyone swoon..:)..laugh hysterically maybe but......