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post #1 of 31 Old 03-23-2013, 06:31 PM Thread Starter
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Homozygous Sorrel Stallion

My third option doesn't need an intro, but here's my third one. He's my favorite.

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post #2 of 31 Old 03-23-2013, 07:15 PM
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Why not make a single thread for your stallion options so we can actually compare them together rather than flood the forum? :/
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Why not make a single thread for your stallion options so we can actually compare them together rather than flood the forum? :/
I thought about that, but It only listed two stallions.....I wouldn't know how to change the title either....

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how about thinking about these 2 stallions to bred my mare too what do you think.
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how about thinking about these 2 stallions to bred my mare too what do you think.
Could you repeat that? I got a little confused :)

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I don't like his back right leg. Photo shopped?

If you wanting a real critique for stallions to breed to. You need to post GOOD conformation shots of mare and the stallions. This picture shows NOTHING for this stallion besides a pretty pattern.

We have no idea what mare you looking to breed to looks like. So how can we possibly tell you which stallion to consider breeding to?
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I'm concidering a stallion for May. I know I can breed her back to Bentley again, but I would like to ad variety to the program.

They don't much a conformation picture...but here is one...

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That's not a confo picture either. You need to ask for square, non-photoshopped pictures of him as well as any other stallion you look at. Including legs.
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I don't like his back right leg. Photo shopped?

If you wanting a real critique for stallions to breed to. You need to post GOOD conformation shots of mare and the stallions. This picture shows NOTHING for this stallion besides a pretty pattern.

We have no idea what mare you looking to breed to looks like. So how can we possibly tell you which stallion to consider breeding to?
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Its definitely been photo shopped there's a distinctive chunk that is a perfect 90 angle right at his hock lol

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Chest wise it sort of is. I don't deny that the hock looks photo shopped. I have asked them, but they don't get it. I'm most likely going to send them a picture of what kind of shot I want....

Anyhow, I have a few pictures of May

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