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    10-09-2007, 05:57 AM
  #1
Trained
please critique my warmblood (say whatever you need :))

I finally managed to get some half decent pics of the new fella. Had to wait until he was eating and then sneak some in :)

I know he isnt in top shape but he is new for us.

My hubby is sitting there trying some tactics to get jarred interested in him. Didnt work all that well today lol but it was only day one. Let me know what you think. Some of them arent the best but I was working with what I had lol he pretty touchy still and doesnt like the sound of the camera taking pics hehe scaredy cat :)







The front leg shot is bad but the best I could get :) and yes, one side is dirty and one is clean lol he only ever rolls on one side :P
     
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    10-09-2007, 04:31 PM
  #2
Weanling
How old is he? He looks a little underweight. How long have you had him?
     
    10-09-2007, 04:34 PM
  #3
Trained
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Originally Posted by alucard
how old is he? He looks a little underweight. How long have you had him?
as I said, he is new. We have only had him 3 days. As I also said, I am aware he isnt in top shape. He is 8

Other that the things I already know, any other comments?
     
    10-09-2007, 04:54 PM
  #4
Started
He's not a bad looking horse, overall. His legs are a little short for his body. His neck looks like its set a little low (maybe...his lack of weight and the pic angle might be responsible). Legs look decent, from what I can see. Good bone and I think he has a handsome head. Decent shoulder and he's slightly uphill (which I like, anyway:P) Can't wait to see some nice square pics once you've got him in shape and had his hooves worked on.
     
    10-09-2007, 06:46 PM
  #5
Trained
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Originally Posted by Sara
He's not a bad looking horse, overall. His legs are a little short for his body. His neck looks like its set a little low (maybe...his lack of weight and the pic angle might be responsible). Legs look decent, from what I can see. Good bone and I think he has a handsome head. Decent shoulder and he's slightly uphill (which I like, anyway:P) Can't wait to see some nice square pics once you've got him in shape and had his hooves worked on.
i thought that about his legs too :) im hoping the neck thing sorts itself out once he has some good weight and muscle there.

I think he has a handsome head too :P

Will try and get some better pics once he likes the camera more :)
     

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