I would say the first one looks maybe 1-2 years old and the second one 2-3 years old, I personally would not have someone standing on them especially the younger one. I like the second one better because he/she has a more solid build muscle wise and the first one is more downhill. I would guess that they are for trail riding or reining.
roro- the first one is 3 and is used for team penning and some roping he actually has some major muscle now in that pic he just turned 3 so he was still kinda small but now he is almost pure muscle and he is a good penner.
the second one is 7 he has loads of muscle too, he is used for roping, team penning and some rodeo pickup. They know that they shouldn't stand on the young ones but they are rodeo guys and most of the time when they stand on the horse the person looking to buy it atomatly wants to buy it because they are so calm. Anyone have anything to say bout conformation
I like them, especially the second one. And come on we stand on our horses for short short amounts of time, the first one may be a little young for it but im pretty sure there not pitching a tent up there. If your thinking about buying them i would, maybe not the first one but you might consider the second one, he could make a good prospect.
well the first one is 3 the second one is 7 and is trained in team penning and i was looking at buying them but the price is steep for what i have but i gotta talk to my mom they want either 4,000 or 4,500 for the buckskin and 7,000 for the bay