Critique My Standarbred x Friesian?

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    09-07-2011, 10:58 PM
Critique My Standarbred x Friesian?

This is Licorice, my ten year old standardbred x Friesian cross, gelding, and I was wondering if I could get a critique on him?
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    09-08-2011, 12:07 AM
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From what I can see (not such good critique photos) he has a really nicely balanced body ratio (neck to back to overall length). His hindquarters are good, nice pelvic angle and length and rear canon is squareed up well. It's a bit long (hocks on the high side) but is well formed. Gaskin could be stronger, a bit thin.
Knees are good, not behind, not over . .just right. Pastern lenght is also balanced and angle too is good. Throatlatch is a bit thick and kind of heavy head, but I actually like that look, personally. His shoulder is the upright one of a fresian, so wonder if his gate is a bit heavy or choppy?

Overall, he is built to last and has beauty to boot!

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