12-10-2013, 07:27 PM
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It depends solely on the conformation and willingness. I have a mustang that would not be a good jumper. I've seen others that excelled at jumping. Also, if a horse enjoys it, then they can overcome minor conformational faults; the same goes the other way, if they've got good conformation for it but they don't enjoy it, then they won't be good.
Do you have good pictures to critique his conformation? That would help greatly.
ETA: never mind, I was going to explain how to upload pix, but I have no idea how to do it with a cellphone. Sorry.