Second: Gelding A
This gelding is also well balanced from front to back and top to bottom, but doesn’t tie together quite as nicely as Gelding B. His topline is strong, but he has less-defined withers than Gelding B, and he’s a little bit steeper in his shoulders.
He’s slightly higher at his hip than at his withers, but his knees and hocks look more level, which is a good sign. His neck is a little shorter and ties into his chest a little lower than Gelding B’s. He’s also a little thicker in his throatlatch, which could affect flexion. He has a pretty head, with a flat face and strong jaw, the best breed characteristics of these three geldings.
His knees are flat and clean, but his front pasterns are a bit steep, matching his shoulder angle. His hocks appear to not have much angle, also known as post-legged, which could affect his