Join Date: Mar 2012
Location: Whidbey Island Washington
I prefer my horses to be a little bit on the thin side. Not emaciated, not angular, but the last rib or two showing. My vet prefers them this way too, and even a little thinner than I would like if they have joint issues. I'm honestly a little bit surprised by the early results, since all three equine vets in my area agree with me. Perhaps we have a different definition of thick and thin. I don't consider muscle to contribute to the thickness of a horse, I personally define it as the fatty layer under the skin...