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post #31 of 33 Old 03-08-2013, 06:05 PM
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Agree this colts topline has something to be desired he has marked drop off from his wither creating that sharp v/sway up to his high butt Think there is more going on that just a butt high youngster IMO He is also standing under himself in all the pics. I can see it improving if he levels out more but is unlikely going to loose that dip behind the wither.
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post #32 of 33 Old 03-08-2013, 06:07 PM
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I dont necessarily think he is sway backed. I think hes just really butt high, look at this pic of Rodeo...

Give him some time, let him grow, then reevaluate how he looks :)
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Originally Posted by csimkunas6 View Post
I dont necessarily think he is sway backed. I think hes just really butt high, look at this pic of Rodeo...

Give him some time, let him grow, then reevaluate how he looks :)
Thank you all for input and help on this question of strange proportions 😉 I will give him another year and see how the fellow looks. I will keep you posted.
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