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post #1 of 4 Old 01-08-2012, 01:15 AM Thread Starter
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Geldings Breeding

i recently just bought a gelding his reg name is Be A Fancy Loper. his sire is Fancy Be Me which goes back to Mr. Fancy Bonanza, Deposit The Check &; so on. His Dam is Zippen Hot Time (paint) her sire is Zipped Up N Time and her dam is CK SHES OBVIOUSLY HOT i have him on allbreed but CK SHES OBVIOUSLY HOT is not on there so his dam's side is not all the way complete. i would really like to know everything bout his breeding as i'm gonna be breaking him &;; wanna know what too expect he has a very kind eye &;; seems to be very smart would really like to know if he's gonna make an all-around horse or just western pleasure. thanks!
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post #2 of 4 Old 01-08-2012, 04:42 AM
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Ok all fixed up!
Be a Fancy Loper Paint

On all breed his dams name was spelled wrong..You had it right though!

Lil Kachina Doll's sire is unknown according to APHA


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post #3 of 4 Old 01-08-2012, 06:16 AM
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hello and welsome to the forum

I'm not very familur with paint horses which is what im assuming we are talking about. I'd say if the horse is kind and gentle just start training him correctly with longing in all 3 gates and then he needs to learn the words for "walk trot and lope or gallop stop slow" from the ground, after you have this you can work with side reigns and then and only then srtart working on backing him.

this is how i work with my horses and I have very few problems IF i don't skip through the basics. as my Mentor Jane Savoie says "first you have to teach the horse his ABCs then you can use that to form words like "TroT" or STOP.
after you can stop safely then you start putting letters to make words and words to make sentences. like "com onto the bit".

I personally would just take your young/inexperienced horse through the steps and i'm sure hell be fine :)

"Action cures Fear, take a small risk every day". Jane Savoie
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Thanks guys :) all help and advice is helpfull
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