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post #1 of 12 Old 10-24-2013, 09:00 AM Thread Starter
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AQHA Pedigree question

So I've been looking for a western performance stallion to breed a mare to. Color not important but conformation, disposition and history of talent important. The mare is both halter and performance bred, minimal white overo APHA. I stumbled upon Two Eyed Snowbuck. I'm not as familiar with AQHA bloodlines as I am APHA, I've googled most of the horses in his pedigree and there seems to be heavy performance blood lines. But I admit I'm no expert. Can y'all take a look?
Www.allbreedpedigree.com/two+eyed+snowbuck

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what exactly is your definition of western performance? Rodeo? Cow work? Western pleasure? Trail?
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Barrel racing/poles
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I really don't see any speed in the pedigree. In either pedigree. Im not sure how high of a level these two horses would be able to produce in speed events.
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thanks. Not looking for a world champ 1D horse, I'm in an area where there are not a ton of competitions without some long hauling. But I would like speed for the events I do go to.
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are you open to suggestions? I actually have an AQHA racing bred stallion book I could look for some cheap good studs in that will give you some speed and could be priced nicely
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I'm absolutely open to suggestions! That would be fantastic thank you!
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are you open to A.I? Also what would be your price range?
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This guy is a Mr. Jess Perry son and a maternal grandson of dash for cash. With a speed index of 116. He is in Texas and his stud fee is only 500$
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This guy is a Mr. Jess Perry son and a maternal grandson of dash for cash. With a speed index of 116. He is in Texas and his stud fee is only 500$
I will look at him! I am open to AI, I'm in New England and there are not a whole lot of race bred stallions local. With AI costs to figure in I would like to stay at 750 and below.
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