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hello sir. this is the image of a horse front view. is it fat, well conditioned or thin. can you please explain me how you are judging it?

hi  the horse looks to be in great flesh. i see no ribs or bones sticking out, so i would say the horse looks in vry good cond. you feed a horse depending on size and what the horse is to be used for , like rifing or racing. remember not to over feed a horse as that will cause a lot of problems for the horse. thanks ED HESS

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Have trained thoroughbreds for 30 odd years. Have been a licensed trainer for that long of time. I continue to train my race horses and thoroughly enjoy every day.


Experience: Licensed trainer for over 30 yrs. Have had lots of winners in all different types of races - from bottom claimers to top quality stakes winners. My best money winner was Aristocratic Cross (multiple stakes winner). My best claiming horse was Navajo Family, winner of 12 races in one year. I still enjoy racing a modest stable of horses each year.

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