- - Conformation
|On The Bright Side ||07-21-2010 03:00 PM |
I'm currently in the process of buying a horse, and I always take a look at conformation every time I see a new horse. Can someone tell me everything you know about good and bad conformation and conformation faults?
I saw one grey TB and my trainer said that his "neck comes out of is shoulder on the low side, which is common in TB's." She told me that this just gives them a first reaction to lift their head when they get off-balance. The horse is currently in training on the flat work, and the trainer can keep him perfectly round, but he will put his head up for a split second every now and then. He is still 5. More information on this please?
And please let me know about other conformation differences that can be fixable/non-fixable/trainable.
|Speed Racer ||07-21-2010 03:17 PM |
You can't fix conformation. It's just how the horse is put together.
You can overcome some conformational faults through training and muscling, but there's no such thing as 'fixing' them.
|On The Bright Side ||07-21-2010 03:36 PM |
Yeah I know that, I guess thats what I meant haha.
|On The Bright Side ||07-21-2010 04:30 PM |
|On The Bright Side ||07-21-2010 08:50 PM |
Originally Posted by King
Post some pictures :)
Do you want me or someone else to?
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