Big head, ewe neck, and cute body. His neck might get in better shape with some conditioning. But what bothers me most is seeing your horse loose with all the equipment around making it likely to cause an injury.
Her head is a touch on the big side and the fact that her neck is a little short makes it look that much bigger. However, her confo seems solid and I would be proud to throw my saddle on a horse like that. I have found that one of the best ways to get good confo pix is to have someone hold the horse in a driveway or barn isle. Also, just for future referance, getting a good side shot of the feet is also important so that the angle of the pasterns can be seen . I like her, especially her color. I have always loved a black horse.
Thanks for the tips. She oddly enough is the second b&w I've had. My first was a cutting bred gelding. Now I know that different breeds carry different characteristics. The big head, short neck what breed are they assoc. with? She was a rescue so no papers.
While she's not breeding material, from the shoulder back, she's not too bad. Has a slight hunter's bump and I'd like to see a little higher tail set on her. Difficult to tell much else because we don't have a full conformation shot, including her feet.
Her neck and head do leave a lot to be desired though.
But congrats on giving her a home.
She just needs more neck muscling. Shes pretty cute. Her blaze makes her face look crooked hehe. But I kind of like it. Shes got that big "block" head look. My little guy has that too. Hes a qh crossed with who the heck knows what. Im thinking some kind of draft, his mom had feathers.