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Critique My Horse Joe;
Joe is 15.3hh Ex-Racer Thoroughbred Gelding;
Joe is ridden by me; I am 15years old, and would like any critique on him. :D
Opps. Two of the same photo. XD
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Thank you. :D
any criticism? [:
He looks like he flexes nice and soft! Looks quiet enough. Beautiful boy!
He looks nice,
To me in the first few photos he looks like he has a goosbum and pencil neck but that could be due to he seems to be lacking a bit of topline and is quite light on for my taste. (but his thoroughbred trust me i know how hard they are to put wieght on let alone keep it there). Id just try to bulk up a but more, it will help all over! His jump is quite flat and un-cordinated but practise makes perfect. In the photos with you in the pony club uniform he looks well musceld through the chest and crest compared to the others, he has a beautiful eye. Quite a nice trot, he looks well carried through the front and well balnced. He deffinatley looks quite! I dont think i could do dress up on any of my horses! He looks kind and willing. I like him.
Hope thats what you wanted... :)
He looks really nice doing flat work. The picture you provided of him jumping is a really akward photo so by that pic is in not a very pretty sight but that just may be a bad shot of him
Thank you all so much! (:
Yes is he lacking muscle as he was a rescue horse, and we just took him out of a paddock and started teaching him new things. :D
I will find a better picture of him jumping but that was his 2nd show, but i never noticed the flat jump, but now looking at it I really can!
QUESTION; how do you add pictures in this box. AHAHA.
This is another girl riding Joe and he was jumping 1.05, :D
He looks very nice doing flat work, nothing new to ad. Agreed that he could use some muscling up and I'll second his jump is flat and un-coordinated.
The first thing I noticed is his rider (you?) could lean back, un-hollow lower back, relax, toes down and relax legs.
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