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The horse pictured here stands base narrow, meaning his feet are closer together and more under his body than his shoulders (forelegs) and hips (hind legs).  Horses that are base narrow often travel in wide outward arcs, referred to as paddling.  This is a fairly common structural fault and, unless severe, does not usually lead to unsoundness. Colorwise, this horse is bay and shows a good example of black points.

Conformation: base narrow horse

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Description: The horse pictured here stands base narrow, meaning his feet are closer together and more under his body than his shoulders (forelegs) and hips (hind legs). Horses that are base narrow often travel in wide outward arcs, referred to as paddling. This is a fairly common structural fault and, unless severe, does not usually lead to unsoundness. Colorwise, this horse is bay and shows a good example of black points.

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