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    09-18-2011, 10:28 PM
I appreciate all of your comments and advise, my husband actually said Screw him we'll just not register him. Yes Ladybug2001, you read right, she was around the stallion from June2010 unitl August 2010, and still hasn't foaled, and scarily I read that the record is 442 days for a healthy foal. The other foal born to my friend was a premy and should have gone another month, per the vet. He's still in there moving around, and she is not acting distressed, I am calling my vet in a week for an exam if she doesn't foal. I used to breed show dogs & cats so I usually lean towards wanting the papers, but I hate being blackmailed, I always demanded a health certificate before my studs even met the ladies. Also my horses go to a friend with Arabs if something happens to me, I have all my animals set up with new homes, in fact my kids are fighting over my cat Stewie and Lab Cheyenne.

I am glad I was not just over-reacting, and he is a jerk, I was invited up to his & his wifes riding club but found them a bit annoying to be around after a day of riding and would not be even dealing with them now if it weren't for my mare. They think it's not theirs but I have no other studs around and she was pregnant when I got her, so hopefully my friend only had her around him. Also I can get a certificate with a phone call, I had a complete work-up on her back in Feb when I had her palpitated, all shots and a full exam, I take care of my animals, If you can't afford shots and vets you shouldn't have the animal.
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    09-20-2011, 06:07 PM
Originally Posted by Dreamcatcher Arabians    
Who's the stallion? Just so I never think of breeding to him.

Of course the rebel in me wants to tell you to tell the stallion owner to P*ss up a rope but that's not fair to the foal.
I agree and the stallion is Ebony's Capuccino!
    09-20-2011, 09:46 PM
Looking up bloodlines and such I'd go ahead and get a health report and get the papers. A health report isn't that much to get done and it will pay itself off if you ever need to sell the horse for any reason.
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    09-20-2011, 11:16 PM
Ok, so he's got no progeny on the ground, been shown once and won in a 1 horse class......uh huh.......yeah, I'd fall all over myself to breed to this guy.....NOT!

Well, there are parts of his pedigree I like real well and others I'm just so so about. Other than the fact that he got out and bred your mare, so he's not completely stupid, what does he have to recommend him, anything? How is your mare bred? Is this a good cross?
    10-09-2011, 11:22 PM
Sorry been off for a bit, she's a polish/crabbets mix and this was his 1st breeding, just cut loose with a bunch of mares. He was in poor shape when he came to my friends, dull coat and ribs showing. They cleaned him up, put groceries to him and got his mane and tail in shape, had him on fat-cat for 2 months. The owners showed him afterwards, never did anything with him until then. Had him in with a mare and mule that chewed on his mane when I was up their last November.Never plan on breeding to anyone again, just figure the foal deserves his papers and it ain't my fault she was bred.Well thanks for the opinions, guess I'll bite the bullet and get the papers for the foals sake, then I won't have to see them again! Thanks all!!

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