09-07-2008, 02:28 AM
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I would say no. There would still be x amount of QH in the resulting foals. You could probably breed the "look" out of them, but never the blood. And more than likely they would not be able to be registered as full bred Arabians.
In this market, full bred registered anythings(minus the exceptionally rare ones) shouldn't be that hard to find if you know where to look.
Lot's of what ifs in this one. What if the mare doesn't have a filly? Would you then breed the colt to an arab mare to continue your quest? Where would you get the mare? What would you do with the resulting foals, if by their breeding, they wouldn't be what you wanted? Do you have the TIME to get what you were aiming at getting?
I would say, however expensive a good full bred horse would be, it would still be less expensive than breeding multiple foals in hope for something different.