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post #11 of 13 Old 03-16-2011, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks He deffinatly has the needing-something-to-do symptom,he is extremely ADD lol But Im hoping that it will prove to be just another "baby" thing. I deffinatly think the amount of time spent with your horse is a HUGE factor,I can see it in the other horses.I could almost tell you exactly how many times a week and how ppl interact with their horse just by leading the horse around for 10 minutes lol
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post #12 of 13 Old 03-16-2011, 03:03 PM Thread Starter
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I looked at the first pictures (2009) and my reacion was yuk... but then the 2010 picutres got rid of the yuk and he looks really good.

Another horse with a super topline and a short back. He is so smooth from his back into his rump.. and so strong there. I really like that a lot. He also looks to have a pretty good conformation to his hind leg.. but the photos make it hard to tell (the 2010 images).

His neck ties in nicely to his shoulders. He looks solid.. needs to mature a bit.

Does he forge (hit his front feet with his back) at the trot? He has that look (long legs).
So far no over-reaching,waiting to see if first set of shoes changes anything.He was sooo scragly looken in 2009.And I like his butt too
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post #13 of 13 Old 03-16-2011, 03:16 PM
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Don't be surp[rised if he forges with shoes on. I never found it to be a huge problem tho you can reduce it by rolling the toes on the front shoes. You can also put a trailer on the hind shoe but I hate trailers. IMO they put too much pressure on the horse's hocks and back. Unless the horse actually interferes and hurts himself, I never used trailers on the hind shoes.

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