Tuesday, April 10, 2012

What's meant by "active hind leg?"


This horse is Santino by Sunny Boy, a personal favorite stallion of mine.


  1. Well that certainly looks "active" to me. Lots of hock action without looking forced. He is an amazing horse.

    Wonder how it feels to ride one like that?

  2. The active hind leg comes from Come Back II, not Sunny Boy. Look up more CBII offspring and you'll see. Chanel, ridden by Gina Miles, is another example.

  3. A mare in heat. THAT is an active hind leg!!!!!!


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