Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Southwestern Ontario, Canada
• Horses: 0
Without seeing a video, it would be hard to tell if he would be better suited to hunters or jumpers.
It could be just that it is a lower fence, but he dangles his front legs, which could bring down rails...which is bad in both hunter and jumper worlds.
It does LOOK like he is capable of engaging his hind end, and starting to use himself properly.
As for conformation, nothing really jumps out at me as to being "bad". He does stand under himself a bit in the front end...
His toes do look slightly long, but he could just be close to needing a trim, and possibly the angles changed ever so slightly.
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