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Jester Cutting:

Jester Cutting.jpg


His stops:
Jester Stop Front.jpg
Jester Stop Side.jpg

In the pasture:
Jester Two Year Old.jpg

At the expo center:
Jesters Cowboy.jpg

After our workout:
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So? What'ya think? I think he's a pretty **** nice horse myself :)
 

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^^ I fully agree :)
 

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I think hes very nice, confo wise I cant really find much wrong

slightly long pasterns in the fore
slightly camped under;;

hes nice!
 

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no one is ever going to find a complete perfect horse, but this horse has very good conformation, I'm sure that if you really analized it you could pick out that his shoulder is off 5 degrees or something, but hes a really nice horse
 

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Cute horse.

Did you pay for the photos that are marked Proof or did you use them illegally?
 

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what does that have to do with the horse?
oh right, nothing.

as well, whoever is riding him in the pictures should loosen their reins, it makes for a more effective sliding stop and allows the horse to do it comfortably
 

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As far as the reins go; he IS showing in a snaffle bit :D. Yeah, if the horse is expereinced I'd loosen up but in a snaffle bit you do need contact at times. Showing in a snaffle is different than showing in a leverage bit. At least he isnt yanking away on a leverage bit!

He doesn't have the really big hind end like the reiners I've seen, but it looks like he makes up for that in many other ways.

I like that he is not as bulky and wide as some 'cow' horses are now. I like a horse a little more on the narrow side (compared to some that look like a brick s**t house) because I think they move quicker and can get out of their own way a lot easier from the get go.

I'd take him home any day!
 

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Haha, sorry, but he's my boy now and forever ^^

The images marked proof were shot professionally and paid for. :)

And as for the reins, I agree. This was his old owner riding him. He was bred down in Nevada and we bought him as a yearling. I share a birthday with him so he was my birthday gift as a yearling and we grew up together :)
 
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