Undeniably he's a very nice horse. Some might fault him for being "cut out behind the knee," when it comes to the front legs, but you can't find much else to pick at there. But, again, how would you, physiologically or mathematically speaking, define what makes his knees better able to stand up to arduous exercise than the gray's? Or how about his neck set? The dip in front of the withers on the gray that keeps getting comments--is that a lack of muscling, or an actual conformational issue (and if the latter, caused by...what, exactly? can't be bone structure). Her neck ties in high at the base, but the me, that is actually a positive trait (those in some other, non-speed disciplines, however, might disagree).