➞ Not as smoothly put together as the other two, this mare has the least balance overall. She has the most volume and definition of muscling, though, and excellent heart girth depth, even more so than Mare B. However, she’s coarser and less feminine, as well.
Her head lacks refinement and makes me think of a gelding more than a mare. Her neck’s length is good, but it’s very thick from throatlatch to base, where it ties in very low to her chest. Divided into thirds, she’s long in her middle third. Her topline is weak, with her short croup quite far from her withers. She also has the steepest shoulder of these three, which won’t allow for a smooth, reaching stride.
I believe her structure isn’t bad, but it’s hard to tell with her stance. Stock breeds are to be judged squared up, and this mare is quite stretched out. That said, she appears correct in her front legs, and her right hind leg shows what may be too much hock angle.