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    03-17-2010, 06:23 PM
My breed doesn't even get a look in on this forum, but that's not why I come here :]
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    03-17-2010, 06:58 PM
Originally Posted by wild_spot    
My breed doesn't even get a look in on this forum, but that's not why I come here :]

I am the same, but I just don't bother with the breeding section anymore unless a thread has a very standout title.

The only problem I have with the other places is that certain stallion owners feel that they need to derail any thread about a competator or they spam the board with hundreds of threads about their wonderful stallion.

I personally feel this would not happen here due to the make up of the forum members and mods and that is why I feel it could fly here, but again I suppose I could be mistaken as there seems (by the other thread) there is no interest.

A horse like the one in the video is a product of selective breeding just as top reiners and other western (and english ) disciplines are also.
    03-23-2010, 04:43 PM
I also thought she could benefit from more collection in the hind end. It was apparent to me in that she just didn't quite follow through with her hind end in her extensions. I think she kind of sold herself short with her hind end engagement but overall a really nice mare and I agree in that give her a year or two to grow and wait and see. I was also a Blue Hors Matinee fan and I deeply regret that she did not get the time to grow and mature into herself as a dressage horse as I think she could have been great as well. IMO, she was another young mare that needed time to grow, learn and mature to really shine.

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