With that description in mind, I don't think many of us will disagree that is a workable definition of 'pretty' in a horse.
Then there is a whole OTHER side of the coin. I've been wanting to show these ads for a while, and what with everything else going on, just hasn't fit in yet. Oh, and I am gonna stay shallow and superficial today. None of this 'beauty is more than skin deep' stuff. These are horses, not international runway models. *grin*. I'm tryin' to make a point today about how sellers WAY overuse words like "beautiful" "nice", and even, "excellent conformation".
Every one of the ads today the writers at some point use 'beautiful', 'beauty', 'nice', etc, to describe their animal.
I'll let you decide for yourself if those descriptions are appropriate to the individual animal, and lets have a bit of fun today. ;) Its Monday, and I'm sure we all need it.
Now, having worked with rather well bred pasos, I can pretty much say that his conformation is NOT EXCELLENT! Lol.
Ok, forget breed here. Lmao. IN NO Breed would that be excellent conformation!
Oh and yep, he's a stud, but if he's got a few foals... WONDERFUL! Thats one horse that will BETTER his breed, not make it WORSE! Oh, and I LOVE LOVE LOVE that they say that papers are at the sellers description - limiting essentially the buyer pool to those very serious in keeping him on his winning path; AND MAJOR kudos for the 'not for kids' comment.