I wouldn't breed for one, or get a foal. First off breeding is a crapshoot. When you cross two different types of horses, even with good conformation, you really could end up with a shorty, draft bodied, horse with lighter bone and tea cup feet... Then what? Are you going to sell it? Work with what you have, though it might seriously limit your riding?
Also, proper care of a pregnant mare is going to cost WAY more money then buying and shipping a horse. Stud fees, ultrasounds, vaccinations, extra food, EMERGENCIES etc. I'm not a breeder, but ask anyone on here. Costs go into the thousands!! Then there is feeding a horse your not going to ride for 4 years. Even after you break him your going to look at taking it slow, and jumping and all the other stuff will still be a few years off.
Your better off putting that money towards a horse further away and shipping it to you. Just be patient, the right one will come along! It took my friend a year and half to finally find the dressage horses she was looking for, and she is GLAD she waited. Your going to have a MUCH longer wait for baby, especially if you breed for one. In the mean time start preparing yourself through lessons and sure. Posted via Mobile Device