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        08-11-2008, 11:13 AM
      #21
    Trained
    Well, I guess that explains why I like him :roll:
         
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        08-16-2008, 06:47 PM
      #22
    Foal
    NSH breeding

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by LadyDreamer
    I'm sorry dear, but your Scout is NOT half Saddlebred. His sire is half Saddlebred. The paint horse that is in those photos is not a full blood saddlebred, according to his pedigree in the links you provided. According to the links he is a National Show Horse(which even I am not sure of, because it was my understanding that the NSH had to be a straight cross from a full Saddlebred and a full Arab and this stallion's dam is a Half Arab and not even a NSH because neither parent of the dam is listed in the ASHA Registry. I looked. Granted I don't know anything more about NSHs)

    Thank you for posting the standards for the breeds though.

    (psst, Saddlebreds are in my blood, love )
    Hi, I am the owner of the dam HWSweetLittleLies and I happen to no for a fact that my horses dam is registered with the ASHA I have her registry # to prove it. She may not be registered NSH but that doesn't mean she isn't one. She is a national show horse but registered as a half arab. I also no that you can breed and NSH to a NSH it does not have to be full saddlebred to full arab. The paint horse is not paint its pinto. HWF Irish Cream is my horses dam her registry # is 98440M that's what Liza aka HWSweetLittleLies registry papers say.
         
        08-16-2008, 11:58 PM
      #23
    Foal
    Hey steffany I didn't know you posted on this site. I have a question though do you think you could find out from your cousin what Scouts B-day really is... Emily and I are curious to know how old he is for sure.

    Thanks
         
        08-17-2008, 12:18 AM
      #24
    Started
    Re: NSH breeding

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by SweetLittleLies
    Hi, I am the owner of the dam HWSweetLittleLies and I happen to no for a fact that my horses dam is registered with the ASHA I have her registry # to prove it. She may not be registered NSH but that doesn't mean she isn't one. She is a national show horse but registered as a half arab. I also no that you can breed and NSH to a NSH it does not have to be full saddlebred to full arab. The paint horse is not paint its pinto. HWF Irish Cream is my horses dam her registry # is 98440M that's what Liza aka HWSweetLittleLies registry papers say.
    If you will reread what I wrote, you will see that I was talking about the dam of the SIRE not the Dam's Dam. The dam of the sire is registered HARA, and unless those aren't the full names of the dam's parents, neither were registered with the ASHA.
         
        08-21-2008, 11:44 PM
      #25
    Foal
    Re: NSH breeding

    Yea sorry bout that I didn't relize that until after I posted it I was confused but my cousin owned his sire for awhile that how he was breed because at the time she owned both the dam and sire so I will have to ask her about the sire dam.

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by LadyDreamer
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by SweetLittleLies
    Hi, I am the owner of the dam HWSweetLittleLies and I happen to no for a fact that my horses dam is registered with the ASHA I have her registry # to prove it. She may not be registered NSH but that doesn't mean she isn't one. She is a national show horse but registered as a half arab. I also no that you can breed and NSH to a NSH it does not have to be full saddlebred to full arab. The paint horse is not paint its pinto. HWF Irish Cream is my horses dam her registry # is 98440M that's what Liza aka HWSweetLittleLies registry papers say.
    If you will reread what I wrote, you will see that I was talking about the dam of the SIRE not the Dam's Dam. The dam of the sire is registered HARA, and unless those aren't the full names of the dam's parents, neither were registered with the ASHA.
         
        08-22-2008, 12:42 PM
      #26
    Trained
    You know what Scout?!

    Your horse is a good looking boy and you should just be happy you have him, don't worry about what others say! He's your special guy!
         
        08-22-2008, 01:18 PM
      #27
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by FehrGroundRanch
    You know what Scout?!

    Your horse is a good looking boy and you should just be happy you have him, don't worry about what others say! He's your special guy!
    I agree with FehrGroundRanch
         
        08-22-2008, 02:13 PM
      #28
    Trained
    He is a NSH (and for those wondering about his bloodlines The Colour Of Fame has been a top siring stallion for a whle now in producing National and Regional champions).


    I don't see what the big fuss is all about (between this thread and your other) as Scout is already gelded but anway....

    He is darn cute! :)
    I'm not a fan of Saddlebreds to begin with, really.
    I worked with a NSH before and she was one of the nastiest horses I've met (Bite you in the stall, kick out at you while lunging). She is but just one of the breed, of course not all are like that, like not all Arabians are skitzos.

    Anyway, life Fehr said, don't worry about what anyone else said.
    He's your baby and that's all that matters. :)
         

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