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Heh. Another one for Diddly.
Yes. I know. Its my third time posting in this area about diddly's confirmation. But the first time was kind of in a rush and the second time was when I wanted to know about his gaskins. Now I've got pictures o him without tack, and he's fattened up a little bit. He still needs to be fatter, but he's getting there. Sorry that he's not standing completely square :P
One of his front legs:
Another front one:
Full, critique if possible please!
Unfortunately none of these photos allow for a good critique. He needs his head up, as grazing and standing with his legs like that changes all of his angles.
OK, I'll rush outside and try and get one now :P
Could you get someone to hold his head, and do proper, squared up photos, on hard ground , no grass?
I resized the first one, but unfortunately it went fuzzy :( Maybe you'll be able to make something out though.
Still not square on . You have to photo from perfectly perpendicular to the middle of the horse and with camera angle perfectly horizontal , not angled downward. You may have to crouch a littl to do this,
The horse appear Cow hocked to me.
That's sadly as still as i can get him. He will insist on moving about all over the place.
Is his back left hoof clubbed?
No, I don't think it is. All his feet look the same, and I had the farrier out 2 weeks ago and he did his feet. He said he had a lovely round shape to his feet! But its definitely not clubbed. I think its the way he's standing or the camera angle ;)
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