Thanks for the input.
That little filly was a rescue not even sure if she's going to be anything but a pasture pet, the lady I got her from said she had broken a shoulder as a 4 month old on her left side she had her stalled in a stall that was about 8 by 6, for 4 months, shoulder healed well, but then with the lack of exercise the right knee/leg is now crooked bad, when I got her both knees where about the size of cantaloupes, she was severely under weight, by the look of the knees it appeared to be joint ill to me, I got her home, put her in a large pen and the poor thing couldn't even run without almost falling on her face. Then 3 days later poor thing comes down with strangles, got her through all that put weight on her her leg did straighten some as she grew alittle now were working on shoeing to see if we can get any more straightening. It's really to bad that she was injured she now has a really nice sliding stop when she turned out to play, but I don't know if I should even attempt to start her. She's a real sweetheart loves everybody.
As for what I plan on doing with these guys, Romeo has speed in his background, he's very calm and level headed, easy to handle, he has produced some competitive babies in the past, before I got him. He was never shown he was a working ranch horse. Basically I want to produce nice disposition, conformation, colored babies for the average person, that likes to do the local rodeo/show thing. Color really sells here, and a few of the mare have local well known sires. My AQHA mare is the bulldog type 1/4 wide as she tall, sweet as calm as can be. My Tru Painted Indian mare was started as a jumper and can tuck those legs over the fences. Blueberry Miles is very tall long and lean like a TB and very calm and sweet. The other paint mare is long and tall also very nice looking mare, but can be a B@!$^, I'm hoping breeding her this spring will calm her down.