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post #21 of 36 Old 12-07-2011, 12:04 AM
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Wow I love my spelling...Oops. NDAppy no color shouldn't be important but for marketitability is sure is when you talking about APHA registration only. I know of a son of Spooks Gotta Gun out of a SUPER nice mare, he is a solid APHA colt and the owner can't hardly give him away. Why? Cause he is a solid APHA simple as that. She wants something marketable, buy a stallion fee that is going to throw you color. As far as reiners go, not very many that would even consider touching a solid APHA horse, just the way she goes.

MyLittlePonies, she is a real doll isn't she? I have only had the chance to chat with Missy on facebook but I can't say enough good about her, she seems like a real gem, sure could use more horse people like her around.
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Wow I love my spelling...Oops. NDAppy no color shouldn't be important but for marketitability is sure is when you talking about APHA registration only. I know of a son of Spooks Gotta Gun out of a SUPER nice mare, he is a solid APHA colt and the owner can't hardly give him away. Why? Cause he is a solid APHA simple as that. She wants something marketable, buy a stallion fee that is going to throw you color. As far as reiners go, not very many that would even consider touching a solid APHA horse, just the way she goes.

MyLittlePonies, she is a real doll isn't she? I have only had the chance to chat with Missy on facebook but I can't say enough good about her, she seems like a real gem, sure could use more horse people like her around.
I agree! I wish there were more people like that around! I enjoyed working with her!
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post #23 of 36 Old 12-07-2011, 09:43 AM Thread Starter
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Thank you all!
I'm planning to do everything with this baby, from trails to team penning and reining (basic level). I'd prefer color only because solid paints are less marketable and maybe who knows life can change...a colored foal will find a better home! I know this, I've rescued my mare even if she's a talented pony and with good papers, but she's a breeding stock and nobody wanted her..

I really like QT's Gold Mastercard and Midway jet pal!!
I'm in love with Spooks but I doubt he could produce loud colored foals....I kow that color is not all and quality is the main thing to know when breeding and for this I m considered also good QH studs,maybe with chrome too...

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post #24 of 36 Old 12-07-2011, 09:52 AM
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Spooks can throw some crazy color and then none at all. I have a colt from his at home and he has 2 high whites, 2 low whites, blue eyes and a big blaze, his dam and NO white. Then a friend of mine bred him to her mare with 3 high whites and the foal came out with 2 tiny little socks and that's it. Big Chex to Cash is nice (bred to a herda N/N mare) but he is pretty inconsistant with his color too. My Big Chex to Cash girl looks almost EXACTLY the same to my spooks colt but her white on her legs in higher and she doesn't have blue eyes.
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I just lost my solid paint, and let me tell you- I would probably OVER PAY for another one. She was such a sweet girl.
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Just wanted to add in that I agree solid paints are tossed aside, it's sad. I got my mare for an extremely low price and my god she was a super horse. She was my first horse too. I got extremely lucky with her. She would do anything for me. I'm sad that I didn't get to own her longer as I had to sell her for college, but luckily I'm friends with her new owner so I can keep in touch. But man I miss her. My dream horse is a black tobiano with a blaze, she came close, was just missing the tobiano part haha.
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post #27 of 36 Old 12-07-2011, 09:30 PM
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I'm in love with Smokes Navajo, he looks like a wonderful horse. Even without a lot of white, the combo of your mare and him would make one heck of a horse- does she have chrome?
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post #28 of 36 Old 12-09-2011, 06:15 AM Thread Starter
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Yes, but not a lot of white!
Pics are on pg. 1

I also think Smokes N. Is very pretty boy!

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post #29 of 36 Old 12-09-2011, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
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And how can I get all the papers?and register the foal?

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post #30 of 36 Old 12-09-2011, 09:45 AM
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You have your mare's papers correct?
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