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Description: This horse had two major conformational flaws on the hind legs, 1) weak hocks and 2) post-legged. Weak hocks mean the horseâ€™s hocks are disproportionately small for its body, and increase chances for injury from concussion and strain on all of the hind limb joints. That horse is post-legged means its legs are too upright - too straight. The stifle, hock, and pastern joints each should be more angled. Relatively straight joints limit the horseâ€™s ability to absorb shock as it moves, and greatly increase chances of a concussion injury or unsoundness.