Friday, July 5, 2013
Anyway, here is Shim's structure pic. The stack isn't perfect, but it is pretty close, thanks to Simone's skills!
What you can see from this:
Moderate to straight upper arm angle. This leads to a more upright way of working, but it can mean turns are harder. It also can mean less likelihood of bar knocking (check, and check!)
Moderate to steep shoulder. Needs more layback. Can lead to short stride as less reach in front.
Short and fairly steep pelvis. Can lead to lack of power and drive from the rear (think we have that covered with the hip dysplasia anyway!)
Stifle and hocks look reasonable. Not over-angulated, and hocks and not trailing.
Nice short back.
Posted by Kriszty at 1:42 AM