Hello all. This is going to be long. Not sure if I should post here or in the Gaited Horse thread, so let me know if I should move it please.
I am thinking about breeding my Tennessee Walking Horse mare and I am trying to get some potential studs together. Atty has good conformation, a good disposition, good bloodlines, a very nice gait, and she loves being in the show ring. She's a hard worker and basically she's just an amazing horse. She's a little high strung right now because she hadn't been worked in two years(not my choice) until about three months ago.
In the stud I would like good bloodlines, conformation, and a good disposition. I want a horse that has a good gait naturally, not from soring or anything. Color is debatable. She has a black dam with bays and blacks behind that and a chestnut sire with bays, chestnuts, a palomino, and a roan I believe behind him.
I would like to try and get a black foal or maybe a bay or chocolate bay. I think black horses catch eyes more from my experience. I know that was long, and now that I've written it out I don't know if I'll ever find a stud with all that! But if I can find a stud with most of that (good gait is a must), then I will be pleased.
I attached a picture so you can see at least part of the conformation.
P.S. - We aren't going to breed her for a while, the approximate foaling date has to be carefully planned so that we can continue showing Atty and possibly even the foal in halter classes.
To keep up with myself and my horses, the ups, downs, training, and shows, click the picture of me and Atty! BLOG