I was going to say that I know a former PMU breeder from Alberta (I've actualliy bought, raise, trained 4 horses from that farm) who has better bred stock than 99% of Alberta Breeders. Their stallions are all money earning, well conformed, wonderful dispositioned stallions and there mares were also very well taken care of and excersized more than your average broodmare.
This is Minot. She is a 5yo Percheron/ Thoroughbred cross filly and is about 17+ hands. She was a PMU baby, and we adopted her from "Minot", North Dakota when she was almost a yearling. When she arrived, she was completely wild and afraid of people. She was full of every possible worm and was really skinny. It took a few days for us to touch her with a fly rod fishing pole (her show name is "Fishin for a Minot" ) and a then couple days later for us to take the blue halter off that she had been shipped to us in. Now as a 5yo, we ride beginning hunters and dressage, and she helps me teach riding lessons.