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    04-06-2012, 01:08 AM
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Dun Faded My Genes and my mare Joy

So I've been looking through studs trying to find an athletic stud who would compliment my mare Docs Golden Joy. I looking to get a creme based foal with a solid build for showing/rodeo. I was wondering build wise if Perlino Dun stud Dun Faded My Genes complements Joy and could possible give me a foal which could hopefully give me the purpose I want someday. Has anyone seen any of his progeny? I know one of his foals is a missouri state barrel champ. I want to make an informed decision and I want to breed with a purpose not to breed just cause I can. And yes I know she is a little skinny right now winter and nursing have caused her to lose a little weight I'm working on getting back to normal since I am currently weaning her colt.

Tried to get her as square as I could.





Her foal Jet


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    04-06-2012, 02:11 AM
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I don't know anything about the stallion, or his progeny. I just want to say that when stallion owners use images to promote their stallion that have clearly been 'shopped, it rings alarm bells for me. I wonder what the stallion looks like in a real photo before it gets edited, and if all they are trying to hide is a not amazing background. If the stallion is worthy of having his testicles, they should be confident to show the originals.
     
    04-06-2012, 02:57 AM
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There are some regular pictures of him too also a couple YouTube pics of him performing. I know he is nice without the Photoshop. So in not too concerned about that. He is the first perlino to place at the AQHA world show I think in reigning I believe but it was something having with cattle lol. He is also AQHA's top 10 color producing sires.
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    04-06-2012, 03:02 AM
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Correction it was roping his foal are also incentive fund eligible.
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    04-06-2012, 03:07 AM
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Check out this video on YouTube:

Dun Faded My Genes 2010 - YouTube

Can't seem to post video on phone
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    04-06-2012, 07:52 AM
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I'm with Chiilaa. Add in to that though that there is not one conformation shot publicly available of him. I would look elsewhere. Those things are a major turn off IMO.
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    04-06-2012, 09:11 AM
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What makes you want to breed your mare? Her conformation isnt very good. Idont want to offer a critique since this is not the section for it, but I am compelled to suggest buying a baby in the color you'd prefer with the breeding you'd prefer. Just my 2 cents, not trying to be rude.
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    04-06-2012, 12:06 PM
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Yeah that's true I've been thinking about what you said about the confo shots. I think I'll email her and see if I get some pics of him. If not then I think your right and I think ill probably get on the hunt. And those pics aren't very good confo pics she didnt really feel sitting still she looks a little akward and leaning and she's not in he athletic shape she was in before pregnancy. Her confo can't be all that bad I went to state finals with her in 4-H when I was younger in halter. Anyways of course I've looked into to buying a young horse and raising it up the way I want and hey it's not like it's too late here this is a hypothetical breeding . And I see alot of potential in lil jet aswell he has a nice hip hopefully his back will the length I want it and his knees a set nicely he's not a badly built colt.
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    04-13-2012, 05:35 AM
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Ran across this thread and joined the forum, thought I might be able to jump in and some insight on Moose (Dun Faded My Genes) offspring, as I have a 2 year old daughter of his, and she is a wonderful young mare! I could not tell you enough good things about her, she is well built, has great legs, a beautiful face, an amazing disposition, and is extremely smart and willing to learn. I can't wait to have her under saddle next year, I just know she's going to make an awesome riding horse for me. :)

I have heard nothing but good comments about his get from other Moose baby owners as well. If you are on Facebook, look up his page and check things out around there as well. There are a few videos of Moose on YouTube, containing some pictures and lots of saddled and unsaddled footage so you can see his whole body top to bottom.
FlyingMooser - YouTube

If you have any questions contact his owners (Shannon and/or Gail)...they are both wonderful ladies. I primarily have chatted with Shannon, as I got my 2 yr old from her, out of one of her lovely mares....and she is honestly one of the nicest ladies I've done business with.
I'd be happy to share some pictures of my Moose baby too if you are interested, I'm waiting for things to green up a bit more for some new pictures, but I have some decent ones from last summer and fall that I'd be more than happy to share! :)
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    04-13-2012, 09:24 AM
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I would really love to see your mare. It bee nice to look at an older baby of his. As for mooses owner I've been talking to her and she sent me some confo shots of him and answering my questions very quickly.

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Ran across this thread and joined the forum, thought I might be able to jump in and some insight on Moose (Dun Faded My Genes) offspring, as I have a 2 year old daughter of his, and she is a wonderful young mare! I could not tell you enough good things about her, she is well built, has great legs, a beautiful face, an amazing disposition, and is extremely smart and willing to learn. I can't wait to have her under saddle next year, I just know she's going to make an awesome riding horse for me. :)

I have heard nothing but good comments about his get from other Moose baby owners as well. If you are on Facebook, look up his page and check things out around there as well. There are a few videos of Moose on YouTube, containing some pictures and lots of saddled and unsaddled footage so you can see his whole body top to bottom.
FlyingMooser - YouTube

If you have any questions contact his owners (Shannon and/or Gail)...they are both wonderful ladies. I primarily have chatted with Shannon, as I got my 2 yr old from her, out of one of her lovely mares....and she is honestly one of the nicest ladies I've done business with.
I'd be happy to share some pictures of my Moose baby too if you are interested, I'm waiting for things to green up a bit more for some new pictures, but I have some decent ones from last summer and fall that I'd be more than happy to share! :)
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