First: Mare C
This chestnut mare has good overall structure and angles that’ll help her pull with her front end and drive with her hind end. Her hocks have a good angle and good bone to push from the rear.
Her shoulders present the ideal 90-degree angle if we connect one line from her withers to the point of her shoulder and another line from point of shoulder to elbow. Her long, sloping shoulders allow her to reach up and forward for the pulling action required when gaiting correctly and covering ground.
Her legs are clean and correct, though her forelegs appear much lighter-boned than her sturdy hind legs. In addition to good structure in her hind end and shoulders, she has a pretty, refined head, with large eyes and nostrils and shapely ears. Her neck has good length, but ideally could be a little thicker. She has good muscling throughout and a short, strong back with a long underline shown off by her parked-out stance. than Mare C’s. (If she were parked out, her croup could appear less steep.) Her underline is a little more dropped-looking than Mare C’s taut underline. Horses, that places her behind Mares C and A. Her straighter hocks won’t produce the forward driving movement expected of Walking Horses.