Hindquar­ters

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“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.”

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