Unfortunately alot of folks jump to the "backyard breeder" bandwagon quite quickly, especially when there have been no specifics given on the subject from a potential breeder. I'm not saying that the rude comments were proper, because they aren't and folks get warnings for posting like that, but when you refused to answer questions that were pointed at actually helping you, folks get agitated at the thought that you may not be thoroughly thinking the risks of breeding through, and may not have a mare that is 'breeding quality', which could put her and the foal at risk by being bred.
There are TONS of unwanted horses out there, and people continue to breed (often for the wrong reasons), and that is what folks get haughty about.
In order to find a stallion to compliment a mare, it's nice to visualize what qualities the mare has, and what attributes you may need from the stud, to compliment the mare.
I'm in Colorado, so I am of absolutely no help in regard to knowing anyone with Paints in TX; perhaps search dreamhorse?
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