Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Alberta, Canada
• Horses: 0
She has a fairly nice shoulder, and neck set. She is fairly downhill, but her back looks to be a nice length. She doesn't seem to have much bum behind the point of the hip, she kind of drops off, if that makes sense. Her tail seems to have a fairly low set, but if could just be the picture, with her tail blending in to the dark. (This contributes to the short bum look) She is fairly straight hocked, but not nearly as "posty" as some halter horses - this is a good thing. Her legs look clean and her pasterns have a good angle.
The underside of her neck is a little too developed for my taste, and working on a topline would really help that, to create a strong topline image. I do realize she is flexing her jaw slightly in this picture, which is accentuating that muscle, but her topline needs a little more development.
Her head is pretty but fairly plain, and not all too feminine, which is fine in my books, but some people prefer a more refined head.
All in all, she is a well put-together horse :)
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