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Hollaaaay 04-20-2011 01:33 PM

My warmblood's confirmation - *CRIT*
 
Only have this one photo of my beast on this computerrr, but can you crit his confirmationnnnn? I ask people what they think and their general reply is that he looks a sound and well set D-warmblood. I'm not sure, some good healthy crit required plz!

Oh by the way, I know he has very high withers, it's just how he is, haha. He is also 15, so he isn't the youngest chap around haha.

So going on this one picture (sorry about lack of one from behind), dya think he's a pretty good horse? :D

http://i52.tinypic.com/2ahtxfk.jpg

bubba13 04-20-2011 01:36 PM

Um, can you find something a little more flattering? Because that makes him look exceedingly downhill, which I doubt he actually is. It's really hard to get any sort of feel for his conformation at all, though he *appears* to have a jutting ewe neck and to be lacking in condition, as he is hollowed out with no muscle behind the withers.

Hollaaaay 04-20-2011 01:42 PM

I think it's just the ground, he isn't downhill like that at all. He is muscled behind the withers, it'd just he has a very high set wither.

Spyder 04-20-2011 07:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Hollaaaay (Post 1005329)
Only have this one photo of my beast on this computerrr, but can you crit his confirmationnnnn? I ask people what they think and their general reply is that he looks a sound and well set D-warmblood. I'm not sure, some good healthy crit required plz!

Oh by the way, I know he has very high withers, it's just how he is, haha. He is also 15, so he isn't the youngest chap around haha.

So going on this one picture (sorry about lack of one from behind), dya think he's a pretty good horse? :D


Just what "D" line is he....Hannovarian and who is the father/mother?

equiniphile 04-20-2011 07:39 PM

The ground looks pretty flat to me, and I see a hugely bum-high horse. But, to be fair, can you take some real conformation pictures? From the side, centered, and also from the front and back.

GeminiJumper 04-22-2011 10:03 PM

This isn't the best angle to critique from.

The photo is taken slightly from behind.

Try and get one that is straight perpendicular to him. :)

BuntEquestrian 04-22-2011 11:23 PM

I agree with everyone else really. This picture isn't too flattering. He looks REALLY downhill. Mabye a better picture will do it?


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