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post #1 of 5 Old 04-18-2009, 07:48 PM Thread Starter
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Critique Red at a gait?


This one has more walking in it. And cantering thanks to Loki xD

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He IS underweight in the video and NOT as he should be. At his past stable he was ran constantly off his grain and so he is rather ribby and looks awful. He is plumping up now though x)

Anything I should really concentrate on as I train him? He's my difficult little Show and Trail prospect >.<

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No ones going to give him a shot? xD I feel as if I'm missing something here >.>

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That looks like a trot to me :S
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That looks like a trot to me :S
I wanted to say he looks bouncy! Usually he just gaits and it is stunning in real life o.O

I'm going to try and get some conformation shots today at least. I'm trying to decide if I should really sell him or not...

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I wanted to say he looks bouncy! Usually he just gaits and it is stunning in real life o.O

I'm going to try and get some conformation shots today at least. I'm trying to decide if I should really sell him or not...


Yeah... watch this, but fast forward to 2:29:

That's a fox trot... see how you can tell each leg is moving independently, instead of moving two at a time?


Here's a better video... FoxTrotSlowMotion
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