Rhythm over jumps and hangs his front legs pretty horribly--but, that could be because he is ridden by a pretty bad rider. I don't think he'll ever really lift up those front legs, but... he IS being hindered terribly. Otherwise, I like him a lot. I would ask for some free jumping photos if you like him--that way, you can see how he jumps without someone laying on his neck and pulling on his mouth.
I really like his conformation though ;)
The appy looks very green, and it looks like she's tucking only because she's so far away. Some horses have really nice tucks when they're green and nervous and finding bad spots, but once they get comfortable they fall apart. I like her body shape, but only when it comes to western and Breed HUS--if you're looking to do some traditional english with her, it's probably not going to fly--her neck is just too thick for hunter judges, and it's too heavy to come up for dressage, and she probably won't be able to jump much higher then 3 ft. You're going to look a lot bigger on a stockier, low-headed horse too.
The last one, there are no pictures of her jumping.
..Personally I like the first TB, even though he looks to be a bad jumper. If I were you, I'd try to get some pics of him free jumping.
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