Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Some times Llanelian - North wales, sometimes Hull in East Yorkshire (UK)
Sorry but The stallion is nothing special at all and If he were mine he would be loosing his crown jewels.
The UK horse market is flooded, Breeding is very dangerous (I have friends who own studs and they unfortunatly lose mares, normaly in horrific circumstances and it is rare for the foal to survive if the mare dies). Colour is a poor reason to breed a mare.
A good way to breed a mare is to decide on what type you want, so in your case lighter weight, what you want the horse to do (presumably hack out), analyse her conformation, weaknesses strengths etc. Choose a stallion that compliments her, has strengths where her weakness are etc.
For the foal to stay sound and have a potential future you should be aiming to improve on your mares conformation
If you desperatly want a coloured horse then there are plenty of far far better homozygous coloured stallions to choose from. I am happy to point you in thier direction if you want.
It is far far cheaper to buy a foal already on the floor, far less potential for heartbreak as well.
Draft crosses and QH's are realy not that popular in the UK, and if god forbid anything happen to you then you need to concider the foals future, which with that cross is likely to be straight onto a meat wagon.
RIDE your horse FORWARDS and keep him STRAIGHT