Join Date: May 2016
Location: The boondocks of Kansas
• Horses: 0
The most glaring fault I see is that she really is too steep in her shoulder angle. Her pasterns appear to be a little steep also and her neck tie in point is not as clean as I prefer. She also appears to toe out on the front and seems too stretched on the rear legs.
To really evaluate her for endurance however, she needs to be in good condition with muscle definition and a better top line so a good conditioning program would certainly make a difference since she's carrying too much weight. Also, IME, just because a horse doesn't have the perfect conformation for a discipline, the "try" in that horse and trust in the rider can give a competitive advantage if the are really a "team"----my hubby ropes off of a TWH gelding who is putting him in the perfect position to do well in jack pot roping!