Not sure where to put this.
I realize a horse that enjoys jumping is half the battle, but if you were to say, look at a prospect via photographs, what would you look for? What is a horse that will excel at jumping supposed to look like going over a jump? We were playing around with some of the various horses on the farm the other day, free jumping. None of them had ever jumped before. Jump is about 1.5' high. The shots are from a couple different angles. Please pick their form apart and explain which angle shows jumping ability the best, which horse, based on the photo given, shows the most and/or least potential.
I would like to learn more about this, so any help would be very appreciated.
Rosie. Thoroughbred, 4 in the spring.
Pi, 7 in the spring, thoroughbred.
Nevada, 6 year old AQHA.
Spirit, coming 5 year old thoroughbred.
Flash. Appy/arab/paint. 10 years old. Obviously this rail is just a downed gate rail, maybe 6" off the ground