I think my little filly follows the 3 week/3 month/3 years guideline for critique ages.
Current 3 Month Pics:
Ale 3 Month Conformation Pictures | Facebook
I take conformation pictures every couple weeks to keep track how she grows.
Here's a list of them w/ links:
JCP's Grand Finale | Facebook
Ale 2-3 Weeks Old! | Facebook
Ale 3 Week Conformation Pictures | Facebook
Ale 5 Weeks Conformational Pictures | Facebook
Ale Show Halter | Facebook
Ale 2 months (10 weeks) | Facebook
I think you can see that I have a very systematic way of training. I've trained her the same way since she was about a week old. She was very easy to halter train. I had her attached to a lead (w/ halter) at 2 days with me just following her and letting her get used to my presence and the halter/lead ropes.
I think she's definitely gone after her sire. She resembles him almost exactly. She has his head, neck, personality, etc.
I was wondering if anybody could tell me about a couple elements of her conformation.
(Or just legs)
Toeing out or not
Croup (full brother had a steep croup)
Pasterns (full brothers are fairly long I think, and a half brother has nearly non existent ones.)
There's a lot that I like about this girl. A lot of which can be fixed as well. Mostly her neck. I know already that this girl will be wearing a neck sweat and throatlatch sweat next year. LOL!
I would be greatly happy if somebody (or some people) would chime on the list above.