“He has very good quarters, plenty of length with a well set-on tail — neither too high nor too low,” says Claire.
Di notes: “Since I judged him at HOYS
I can see he’s been let down over the winter, which means he won’t get too fat, which is important for show animals. He has good quarters, but he’s lost that top muscle, which I expect will return once he starts back in work. It’s interesting to see what can be done with a pony once it’s worked, fed on hard feed and in a regular routine.”