I'll have to keep that in mind. One thing that bugs me is the mare has much to do with the foals's temperment and I don't quite got a way to see the stallion to see for myself where the temperment comes from. So far I've seen much success with his foals in the qh journal. I've met maybe one grandson and a great grandson that we got to pet and talk to his owner at a show. I was really impressed with the great grandson as I watching him preform and win. I almost bred to him, but at that time it wasn't possible. Really nice people and I fell in love. He was a Willy Be Invited son. Very nice horse. The grandson was a nice mover but he threw a fit in the arena trying to exit the arena before the guy was ready. He placed in a few classes.
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Proud Partner Owner of Me Too Radical, Top 10 PQHA Quality Improvement Program Futurity. Sire of AQHA, NSBA, and NRHA champions. Sweet, gentle, excellent mover, excellent temperment, and so much more. Standing in Indiana.