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    02-19-2012, 09:11 PM
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Originally Posted by Ladybug2001    
It is better to tell from the croup and the withers, they should be level across.
Again, it is not better to tell from that. Topline is not the same thing. This mare, for example, has high withers. That is making her level across the topline, while she is still built downhill.
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    02-19-2012, 09:22 PM
  #72
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So what is wrong with her other than she is built down hill and has a long back? And I changed my mind I am not breeding her haha. I am hopfully buying a new mare who has wonderful blood lines and is registered and I get a deal on a stud fee for buying her and the stud in a son of wimpys little step, he is a reining horse, not shown yet do to lack of time and too many horses at the moment but he will be shown this year and he is beautiful and and is just such an awesome horese and I hope it works out!
     
    02-19-2012, 11:08 PM
  #73
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Originally Posted by banman    
so what is wrong with her other than she is built down hill and has a long back? And I changed my mind I am not breeding her haha. I am hopfully buying a new mare who has wonderful blood lines and is registered and I get a deal on a stud fee for buying her and the stud in a son of wimpys little step, he is a reining horse, not shown yet do to lack of time and too many horses at the moment but he will be shown this year and he is beautiful and and is just such an awesome horese and I hope it works out!
No Horse is perfect obviously. She has some flaws.

Now in a registered horse, you can dig through the pedigree, and figure out where the flaws came from. Or you can dig through the pedigree and see if there is a flaw that is not visible in your particular horse, but that may be passed on, and choose a registered /pedigreed animal that you've seen enough offspring of to be fairly certain he won't produce that flaw, and that his ancestors/siblings/etc didn't.

You can't do that with your mare.
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