What do you think of this horse's conformation? Swayback? High withers?
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Would you call this swayback or just high withers or both?
Would you consider it bad enough where he should be ridden less or by a light rider?
Any other advice?
I think there is a bit of swayback there.. but im not great about that.. just my opinion..
I think you have 3 things going on ......a high wither a lower back and a hunter bump.
How old is the horse????? He looks well used!
Looks mre like a high whither. I dont see much of a junters bump, just a longer back. Mine looked much the same until we started working on building a topline.
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