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        09-14-2011, 02:19 PM
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    Green Broke
    Confo Crit. 17mo old

    I know you guys are probably getting sick of Rodeo, just want to make sure Im not missing anything obvious with his confo as he's growing up.

    What I see is he's over at the knee, downhill still, and he toes out in the back. As far as his angles, I have no idea, never been good at the angles. As far from what I can see, he seems to have somewhat of a shorter back...dont quote me on that. I know these pics arent the best for a confo crit, but for right now, this is what I have....please let me know if there is anything you guys see that I don't. Thanks

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    Planning on getting more confo pics sometime next month since he'll be 18months already!!! Thanks again
         
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        09-14-2011, 02:42 PM
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    The conformation flaws that I'm seeing are still the same as the last critique. He's going to look funky, especially at this age- and probably up into the beginning of his third years. He's in his 'gawky teenager' stage right now, with an oversided head, scrawny body, and a downhill build- but almost everything that I'm seeing is 100% normal and as he fills out, they will dissapear/fade. His legs have good bone and a nice big butt, with fair shoulder and hip angles.

    I'd advice in waiting 4-5 months between each critique. That way we'll be able to see how he's progressing much easier, because it will be more significant.

    All in all I think he'll be a fine horse. I see nothing that will prevent him from being a nice gaming, trail, or all around horse. And really, even if I did, there isn't much you can do about how he's made! ;)
         
        09-14-2011, 02:47 PM
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    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Endiku    
    The conformation flaws that I'm seeing are still the same as the last critique. He's going to look funky, especially at this age- and probably up into the beginning of his third years. He's in his 'gawky teenager' stage right now, with an oversided head, scrawny body, and a downhill build- but almost everything that I'm seeing is 100% normal and as he fills out, they will dissapear/fade. His legs have good bone and a nice big butt, with fair shoulder and hip angles.

    I'd advice in waiting 4-5 months between each critique. That way we'll be able to see how he's progressing much easier, because it will be more significant.

    All in all I think he'll be a fine horse. I see nothing that will prevent him from being a nice gaming, trail, or all around horse. And really, even if I did, there isn't much you can do about how he's made! ;)


    Thanks for the critique....I was thinking that I probably should have waited about 5min after I posted this. I was going to do it the other day, but I thought, like you said it would be better to wait longer so we could actually see some changes, lol....

    Don't know why I decided to post it, guess I just want to make sure nothing major is going on. Thanks again!
         
        09-14-2011, 03:00 PM
      #4
    Green Broke
    To me what jumps out is how long his pasterns are
         

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