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Does my yearling show Hunter/Jumper potential?

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    03-16-2012, 03:06 AM
I'm not sure if some of you really understand what I'm attempting. I don
T wanna sound rude in ASNY way so please just take this as a way of me letting you know why I've made posts like this for several different styles of riding ( Dressage, Hunter/Jumper, Western Pleasure, and Reining)

I'm trying to attempt to get a grasp on something he would be good at based on these TERRIBLE pictures of his conformation. He's a few weeks past yearling-ness and I don't plan on starting him under saddle for at least another year or year and a half. I just wanna get an idea of things like:
" Does he have conformation for us to be any good at Reining?"
" Or should we steer towards English and maybe try Dresssge or Hunter/Jumper?"

I'm a STRONG believer in letting the horse decide what he wants to do. I just want to know what we could do good based ONLY on conformation.

~ Incroyable
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