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Join Date: Dec 2010
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Posting this in the critique section lets us know what you want. ^_^
With only one shot of each filly, it's hard assess them. A picture of them square, of each side, front (chest to hoof) and back (with tail braided or held out of the way) would be best, but I can give it a shot.
The first filly's cannons are a bit long, but her shoulder angle is decent.She has a nice, short neck, but it doesn't tie into her body very well. Her forelegs look a bit off, but I can't decide what's bothering me about them.
I don't like the way the second filly's elbows tie into her body. Her shoulder angle is far from perfect, giving her forelegs an 'off' look. Her back is longer than I'd like to see in a foundation-bred foal.
Both are butt-high which is normal for a yearling.
It looks to me like they both inherited their sire's hind-end, as they're almost identicle.
All in all, I like the chestnut better than the brown. Her conformation is more correct and she looks to have better bone. Still, they have a while to grow. The brown might level out a bit.
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