Critique my Anglo Arabian/Saddlebred pinto cross!

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Critique my Anglo Arabian/Saddlebred pinto cross!

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    12-07-2010, 02:31 AM
Critique my Anglo Arabian/Saddlebred pinto cross!

HGS users, this will look familiar haha.
Please critique my mutt. :)
I love this horse. He has an arabian head, and saddlebred movement. He's got REALLY good bone and looks like a warmblood or draft cross, especially when in shape. Lol. Right now he's like 100 pounds overweight... so... got some work to do there, lol. But yeah he's got everything I want!
I find these pics don't do him justice AT ALL, and aren't very good for conformation but it's all I've got atm... I'll be taking tons of pics on wednesday so I can get some better ones then. These pictures were all taken by his previous owners.

I'm looking to do hunter/jumpers and dressage with him... think he'd do well?

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    12-07-2010, 03:29 AM
Not good at critique,but..
Looks like he toes out in the back... His back seems kinda long too,but I think that is common with saddlebreds. I like his leg markings :) good luck with him!

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