Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Alberta, Canada
• Horses: 0
Oh my, poor sad looking girl! Good for you for taking her in to rehab!
Question: Is she reg'd and does her description fit the registration exactly?
It's hard to tell much from those pictures, the best conformation shot is one taken directly from the side of the horse, with the horse squared up. But here's what I think on first impression:
My first thought is that her front, middle and back do not seem to match. Her hind end, even though it's lacking muscle, is not proportionate to the rest of her body; kind of like a Go-Kart engine in a car, it just isn't meant for too much power.
She has the sweetest face and eye in the entire world.
Her shoulder looks to be a little upright, but certainly not the worst I've seen. She appears to be built uphill. I like her neck-chest attachment, and the neck-wither attachment isn't horrid, just a little low. Her wither is set back nicely into her back, which is good as it sets her point of balance further back.
I don't feel confident saying anything else about his conformation without another picture.
She is one very sweet looking horse, I wish you the best with her.
The lovely images above provided by CVLC Photography cvlphotography.com
Last edited by JustDressageIt; 08-01-2009 at 12:40 AM.
Reason: change all the "hes" to "shes" ... oops