It looks like a swan neck. And his neck doesnt look right where it meets his chest, like he is set very high, which may make him high head and getting long and low out of him may be difficult. Hard to say with foals that are still growing into themselves.
Swan necks are one of those conformation defects that can be pretty. American Saddlebreds have swan necks sometimes. Long, thin, and very archy, with an open throat. It can be graceful, like a swan. However, on a short stocky breed known for throwing double wide chests and butts, it looks unnatural and awkward.
Think of it not as a failure but as a success in how not to do it.
Don't look in a horses mouth for a gift.
Last edited by Joidigm; 10-04-2012 at 11:13 AM.