im not sure that she meant if it was a colt she was goin to sell it, It sounds to me like you are garunteed to have a good horse out of the pair . filly would be nice but a colt would be fine too????
i think you have already made your mind up, but if you want advice, if you are getting good strong horses from a pair, and you know the foal you get will be another great horse to add to your herd. Then go for it, the problem with going and buying, you can wind up with a horse that was said to be one thing but wound up being a dud.
So either way you decide, good luck!!
Carrie D Stover
Rowdy by nature....Cowgirl by heart