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~~~~~~ What Makes A Good Hunter
A good hunter has a solid form over jumps. Another aspect that makes a good hunter is their movement across the ground; how they walk, trot, and canter. The third criteria is their mind, how they think, and their personality.
Good form over fences is the most important quality that a hunter can have. In its most basic definition, good form for a show hunter is having tightly folded knees over his/her fences. If a horse jumps without tight form and dangles, or hangs his forelegs, it's considered poor form. Jumpers can get away with less than perfect form over fences far more easily than the show hunter.
The second most important quality a good show hunter needs is his movement. The way a horse moves across the ground is extremely important for the hunter, not only in "hack" classes, but in jumping as well. Judges like to see a horse with good movement, a long lopey canter that covers the lines easily is very desirable. The trot is important for both the entrance into the ring for an over fence class as well as the under saddle classes all rated hunter divisions must have. Judges look for long sweeping trot steps with little bend in the hunter's knees, often referred to as "daisy cutting." The hunters movement should be easy going, and not choppy.
The third quality a good show hunter must posses is a great mind. The great hunter is calm, not excitable. He is quiet and brave. He likes his job and pricks his ears forward while at work. He does not spook, or look at the jumps. He goes around his courses with grace and ease and without a care in the world. The great hunter must have a super mind and pleasant personality.
These traits characterize the good hunters of our show world today. It is very difficult to find a horse that is perfect in all of these categories.
I don't really know much about this, I just read the article of the site I gave. I say go for it!!! :)