First: Mare A
This attractive mare is balanced if divided into three equal segments, and her topline is shorter than her underline. Her croup is a bit higher than her withers, but not enough to be a major fault. She has the deepest heartgirth of these three mares and the best definition to her withers.
Her throatlatch could be more refined and her neck could tie into her chest a little higher, but her neck has adequate length. Her shoulders and hips are a bit steeper than ideal, but her front pasterns show better slope. She’s clean through her knees and hocks. Her front legs show a straight line from withers through forearms and knees to the fetlocks, but she could use slightly more angle in her hocks for driving power.
Her feminine head is short from eye to muzzle, with short ears, large eyes, and a refined muzzle. Overall, she has the best muscling in volume and definition here, but her hip muscling could tie in deeper down her leg, and her gaskin could use more volume.