This little mare is such a cutie! And she actually has pretty good conformation too. She is a little overweight though and is lacking muscle definition but that is fixable.
In terms of the way she is built though, she's good to go!
She is well proportioned and carries herself nicely (as most arabs do!) . She has a good neck and well proportioned head. And a very pretty face might I add. Big, round eyes and nice, chiseled features. Her shoulder is long and sloping, which will increase the free movement of her forearms and increase the shock absorbsion. < Ignore my bad spelling> She has a nice deep heart girth, a straightback and a flat croup (characteristic to arabians/ good endurance breeds). Her legs are clean, with better muscle definition on the front, a nice long forearm and shorter canons. Her nicely angled pasterns will add for a bit of a spring in her step and good shock absorbsion. Her hind legs look to be a little "camped out" in some of the pictures but it could just be how she is standing.
She looks to be well taken care of. She is clean, with a nice full mane but a bit of a scrawny tail. Lovely horse though! :)
Should have added more details, my bad! The paddock pictures were when I went to see her before I got her - Been running with her dam since she was born, and veryyyyy fat! She is in the process of being started hence the lack of muscle and still fat belly, lol. It's winter now so once it starts warming up she will do more work and shed the weight!
Kitten, she just didn't grow! She was bred for racing, her dad is 15.3h and mum is 14.3h - She is just a midget, don't know why! I like it though, I like them smaller. Though where I live there are lots of arabs around 14.1-14.3 - Wildey, my other Arab, is 14.1h.
The only 2 things that stick out to me is that she seems to stand just a bit camped out, though that could be just the angle of the pix. Also, her neck is pretty short. Other than that, I have nothing bad to say about the little darling. I can't wait for pix from next summer when you literally work her butt off.
On a good note, she is a very solid little horse and looks much bigger than 13.3 under saddle. Her legs and feet are nice and big and straight. Her pasterns are a good length and have a nice slope. Her shoulder and croup have a nice slope as well. Pair her with the right stally and you will have yourself one heck of a nice foal.
I'm hoping to pair her with one of a few ASH sons of a horse call Palmers Fort Abdul - Either Bryjen Fort Talon, Win D Fortitude, or Waylon J Justice - All are really nice, solid horses who are pretty enough to show but can also work cattle, and have also proven to cross really well on Arab mares. This is Win D Fortitude - he is being campaigned in Campdrafting by a guy I know - And the other two look very much the same: