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Conformation Critique: 5 y.o Appaloosa (NC) Mare

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        07-23-2008, 08:25 PM
    She's a pretty horse! :)
    A little bit butt-high, she doesn't look like she has withers lol, short neck.
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        07-25-2008, 11:11 AM
    I think she's gorgeous and I love butt high, LOL
        07-26-2008, 10:02 PM
    The mother has a horrible shoulder, a long back, and a gooserump. She isn't really butt high but she is still built pretty downhill (draw a line from stifle to elbow). She isn't breeding quality at all, and I'm surprised you got a baby to look like that. She's swaybacked, but that's okay because she's an ol' gal.

    For sterling- I like her neck though it could be a little longer. Her shoulder is alright, looks like she has mutton withers. Her back is a little long, but if she's going to be a pleasure horse then that's alright. Little bit of a goose rump, but over all, not horrible.

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