Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Olds Alberta Canada
• Horses: 0
While I do draw some imaginary lines in my head, I mainly refer back to conformation judging clinics I have taken, and the scoring system used at The Alberta horse improvement program.
THus , first thing to look at is over all balance, and The horse is front end heavy, with a short hip, but does have many good attributes, such as an up hill build with good whithers and a nice slope to shoulders
He is not really standing square enough to assess legs. To see how the bones in front leg line up, a line should be dropped that goes through middle of knee