Well, the first foal seems to have a better LS placement than daddy (LS is set at birth, from my understanding and is the pivot point between the back and hindquarter. It's placement can affect the horse's ability to transition correctly, collect easily, and contributes to thrusting power) And stronger loin... I realize the the photo isn't ideal and he's very young, but I suspect he will end up straight behind. I am assuming he either just took a step or is about to and that is why his left knee looks odd. I like his neck, and front end (reminds me of his daddy).
The second is much nicer in regards to hind limb construction (because of his age, the over angularity isn't necessarily bad... They generally straighten more with age, which is why a goal who is straight behind is a "concern") but his LS placement doesn't seem as ideal and he has that longer loin (if that is his dam behind him, she also has this trait, as well as a similar LS placement, it is often "forgiven" in a broodmare as the theory is a longer loin can make foaling easier.... And why I prefer to see a stallion with a short, strong loin and good LS placement)
They aren't terrible by any means... But be aware that some of daddy's fault are seeping through, along with his strengths though...
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