Super photos there! That one of you on your horse in the snow beaming is one to enlarge and frame and put on your wall!
I'm not a tech really, but I've noticed clips are not automatically embedding anymore and I'd say it's probably a bug in a forum software upgrade (unless it's deliberate).
She's a lot better than a lot of horses, I guess you have high expectations! I always think she looks great in your photos. And yes, she may have a genetic predisposition towards ewe neck, and so be harder to get that dressage neck than horses not so predisposed. I certainly see the difference between my late mare, who was naturally cresty and rounded in the right places, and my gelding, who has some ewe neck genes and needed a lot of work to get looking acceptable (and the grazing helped too, when we took him on, he was ex-dry lot/stable).Sue & Egrogan,
Ana grazes 24/7 and her top line is not developing like I thought it would; maybe it would look even worse if she wasn't grazing; anyway, here is a picture of her neck for comparison; she was scratching her muzzle on the post and that really made her neck muscles stick out.
I know her top line is developing because when I ride her bareback I can suddenly feel back muscles contracting which I never felt before we started training; but you can cleary see a dip between the bulging muscle and the crest.