- - Friesian Conformation
|sportschick068 ||03-01-2013 04:38 PM |
This is a potential buy for me. I'm just horse shopping. I was just curious though, is this Friesian gelding slightly back at the knee?
|Ray MacDonald ||03-01-2013 05:06 PM |
Looks like a little behind, but the rest of him looks pretty well put together.
|Elana ||03-01-2013 08:27 PM |
Hard to say. A little long in the back.
|RunningwithThroughbreds ||03-03-2013 06:02 PM |
I don't see anything particularly wrong with the knee, but there's not much substance in the shoulder
|Lokenzo ||03-04-2013 07:11 PM |
I wouldn't say back in the knee, Friesians do tend to stand a little under themselves in front, its not correct but something I have seen a bit with them and would say this fellow does.
I think he is lovely tho and could provide many years of sound fun :)
|Golden Horse ||03-04-2013 07:42 PM |
I think the biggest fault with that gelding is that I think she is a mare
|Lokenzo ||03-04-2013 08:05 PM |
Funny you say that Golden Horse, I thought the same thing but thought maybe he was just hiding it well :p
|FeatheredFeet ||03-05-2013 04:43 PM |
Handsome overall, but a bit longer in back, than I'd like to see. Possibly back at the knee, but I can't see that well from the picture. I do think he is more horse up-front, than in the rear.
|sportschick068 ||03-05-2013 08:57 PM |
Thanks everyone for the input! I was just curious. I've been emailing the owner but I have my doubts so its unlikely that I will buy him.
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