|bluehorse68 ||02-22-2013 12:39 PM |
Oh, and he's standing on a slight downhill slant,if that makes a difference.
|lilruffian ||02-22-2013 02:41 PM |
I personally like his shoulder and he has good depth through the chest
Neck, as with his topline does need muscle as you have noted
Back is just a little long
Long cannons and he appears to be back at the knee
I don't mind the overall shape of his hindquarters and even his back legs seem alright
|Elana ||02-22-2013 04:04 PM |
Looks like a wire or rope burn on his left front pastern. Long backed, upright pasterns. Small round hocks. Long cannons. Nice shoulder. Nice neck set. Needs a little weight and muscling.
|WesternRider88 ||02-22-2013 07:34 PM |
I'm not going to critique his conformation, but he's gorgeous! I love his coloring.
|bluehorse68 ||02-23-2013 12:08 AM |
Originally Posted by Elana
Looks like a wire or rope burn on his left front pastern. .
That wasn't a rope burn or anything...I had an "anklet" on him that was a gift from a friend who is Wiccan. The gemstones were supposed to help him blend in with the new horses at the barn. Thanks for the input on confirmation!
|bluehorse68 ||02-24-2013 07:54 PM |
|Saddlebag ||02-24-2013 08:41 PM |
Where do you live with all that green grass. I'd like to be there. I'm looking at 2' of snow and huge snowbanks.
|bluehorse68 ||02-24-2013 10:51 PM |
Saddlebag, it's definitely NOT green right now. Those pics were from last spring. I live in Southeast Georgia, and I would LOVE to have some snow.:happydance:
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