Forequarters: Leggy forelimbs, possibly
slightly shorter cannons by proportion. The arm is quite
flat, leading to a shoulder joint that, like the elbow
joint, is significantly closed. The blade has good
length. The closed shoulder joint does encourage extra
slope for the blade, which results in a generous
horizontal fore measurement by the top line, and a well
laid back wither. The fore consistently leans towards
potential efficiency and stride extension.
An athletic shorter back, with a likewise shallow girth.
Although this may not leave a lot of barrel volume for
lung expansion, both traits, like the fore, encourage a
free going, relaxed and longer stride.
Hindquarters: The croup is of good
length, but does possess some extra slope. The femur is
also of a sound length. The upper hind is on the
stronger side, but measures by proportion towards a
standard middle distance stride, through both its upper
and lower rear.
(Puff factor) 1800 - 2200m
conformation traits, despite having a leggy appearance,
the closed joint of the fore still allows a strong
blade, and thus, upper fore strength. As the upper hind
is also strong this leaves a shorter back between the
two and a very powerful top line. In a similar vain to
Man'o'War, together with the lengthy limbs, this
formation leaves Nasrullah with potential stride
freedom, while maintaining strength through the key
upper prime movers, being the scapula and pelvis bones.
Overall, a touch on the longer side. While Nasrullah was
noted for putting speed back into his stock, he also
produced a number of endurance orientated, classic
Champion via confomration