I think he is a pretty decent looking horse. A little long backed, and the croup is a bit short, but he has a nice shoulder, and good legs. His neck I can't really tell, but it looks fairly long, with a decently trim throatlatch. I love his soft expression.
As far as the 'roaching' in his back, I think with weight and muscling, that would disappear...He really needs focus on rear end muscling, because he is rather unevenly distrubuted...his shoulder is 'decent', where his hind end is lacking alot in muscle. What kind of exercises are you doing with him to help build his muscletone? I find that longe line and syrcingle work can do wonders, if done properly, so the horse isn't overflexed, but just enough so he has to round his back and drive from behind. Backing also, and turning on the haunches can help, and those you can do on the ground too.
If he goes missing...I didn't do it! Tehehe
"The ideal horseman has the courage of a lion, the patience of a saint, and the hands of a woman..."
Last edited by mom2pride; 07-13-2009 at 09:15 PM.