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However, his front pasterns seem to be at less than a 45 degree angle. I can't tell if it's just because he needs a trim, or if he's built that way. I'm sure a trim would help to a point, but would they still be too angled? What problems would this extreme angle cause on his performance in the future?
And PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE don't go buy this horse before I do because you saw the add I posted, lol
Thanks in advance for any help!!!