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Tequila1233 02-08-2012 03:49 PM

Critique Barrel Prospect!(:
 
Please Critique My Barrel Prospect Scratch, She is 14.3 . Has King Ranch Bloodlines!(: Would also like too know any conformation flaws you see.

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(That Pic Is Embarrassing of me :oops: )

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sierrams1123 02-09-2012 08:33 PM

well no need to critique....OP wont be getting the answers.

Skyseternalangel 02-09-2012 09:02 PM

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Originally Posted by sierrams1123 (Post 1351019)
well no need to critique....OP wont be getting the answers.

Could you do it anyway? I'm always looking to learn

QHriderKE 02-09-2012 09:13 PM

Well, from what I can see, he looks a little "toes in" in the front from the picture where he's eating out of a bucket. His neck and bum are lacking...something about his neck is funny to me in the 3rd picture.

And we'll leave the rest to the pro's

sierrams1123 02-09-2012 09:28 PM

I will come back....give me a min.

beau159 02-09-2012 10:34 PM

Based on pictures only (hard to judge a horse without seeing in person)...

She looks "toes in" on the front legs, and "toes out" in the back.

Her shoulder is a little steeper than I like to see, when you compare it to her hip.

I would like to see her hindquarters more rounded for a barrel horse, but it isn't too bad.

So as long as her toes in/out doesn't cause any problems down the road, she looks decent conformation-wise.

Skyseternalangel 02-10-2012 12:01 AM

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Originally Posted by beau159 (Post 1351246)
She looks "toes in" on the front legs, and "toes out" in the back.

Yeah I noticed that... do you think that would case the legs to brush against each other more often than not or will it simply be tricky to walk in a straight line? (I'm really new to conformation.)

sierrams1123 02-10-2012 02:29 AM

Nothing in her confo screams bad to me she is put together fairly well.
ordinary is the word I would use.
She could def use some weight in some areas and a more toned back end would help.
I do not think she is so much "toes in" or "toes out" as she has no heal, too long on the front and not very well shaped/balanced on all four. I think with a good visit from a skilled farrier and some heal growth it would fix the "toes in/toes out" look she seems to have.
I think her angles are fine, not a fan of her skinny long neck or her large head.
Just by what I see, she is not really built like I like my barrel horses to be nor do I think she would make a champ, but no reason she can't be run.

Saddlebag 02-10-2012 09:04 AM

The first thing I couldn't help but notice in the first pic was that the saddle was up on the shoulder blades. The horse also appears rump high but non of the pics are good confo pics.


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