Saddle fitting, are stallions more difficult?

I think that is fat, not muscle.

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I’d look at his feet. Problems can show up elsewhere.

Know what? I think he is fat. Lunged a bit today and he is pretty jiggly. We’ll take that down a notch and see how his wither growth looks.

I am not seeing the dip you were talking about, but agree he looks heavy

i see the dip.
Just like humans, horses can have the very same feed and some just get fat…I have a fat herd and a normal herd. The fat herd follows the sheep (or cattle) when i rotate pastures during growing season. I have this one chub of a foxtrotter that i can’t help myself from sing-songing to: “Must be jelly cause jam don’t shake like that.”

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