He looks pretty good for a free horse and all the immediate off the track stuff is already done. With OTTBs the most important things are soundness and personality. If you've got that, then you can work with the rest. His conformation isn't stellar but there's nothing horrible about it. He has a nice slope to his shoulder... once you get him comfortably moving out, he may be a nice mover. And can you really turn away a sweet face like that? I love solid bays. He reminds me a bit of my last OTTB (who turned out to be one of the best horses I've had the pleasure to own). Good luck, I'd love to see him next year after good work and feed.
Last edited by MudPaint; 08-20-2010 at 11:24 AM.
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