I snapped these the other day, but since I've had to many picture threads to post lately, I forgot about these until a little while ago. Anyway, they're not the best... as it was kinda hard to take 'good quality' photo's from a 5 megapixel camcorder... Lol... but they'll do.
I didn't get any photo's of a canter, just walking and trotting... so have fun and be as harsh as you want... He's nothing but a trail horse, but I'd love to know what you think he'd be good at if I ever decided to start showing. He's a 2-and-nine-month year old Tennessee Walker gelding, not registered... He stands at 15 hands and weighs between 850-950 pounds (I think). Yes, I know that his hooves need trimmed pretty badly, I'm planning on getting out either today or sometime this next week and trim his hooves.
Also, please don't mention that I need a farrier to trim his hooves, he's only been trimmed by a farrier two or three times... The farrier I use teaches me a little about triming hooves each time he comes out and I trim Dakota's hooves to save money, though I do have the farrier check his hooves and help me correct flaring and whatnot. Thanks!