Wanted to post a separate thread because I have seen many people say that "that horse can't be a TB because it has too much bone"...well that simply isn't true. I know that some people understand this but the majority seem to think of TB's as "always" light boned. This is my old jumper boy Frank, 100% TB, and very large boned, with a huge shark fin wither. Please excuse his condition, unfortunately these are actually the last pictures I have of him. He had not been in good health at the end and these pictures show our struggle with his weight and overall condition. He died about a month after these pictures were taken. .. But they do show how large boned he was. Great legs, huge shoulder, large girth...just a BIG boy...He was apparently really well bred as well. He was my heart and soul, miss him everyday. FYI he was 17.1 and I always got asked if he was a WB or a WB cross. He was tattooed, but did nothing on the track despite that apparently his breeding suggested that was all a fluke!