Originally Posted by county
Not 100% sure just what you mean from your original post but there is no to far what a person wants to do as long as its legal. You may not breed a certain thing, I may not breed a certain thing but we have the choice not to. Someone else has the same rights we do to breed if they so choose. As long as no law is broken then so be it.
Is it legal? Yes.
Is it morally correct? No.
All it does it put a bad image on other breeders, the breed, everything. Personally, if I was a new horse owner who bought a Friesian cross that turned out to be full of health issues, I would probably be against the breed.
And think! What if those cross foals don't sell? We've all herd the killer buyer horror stories. It's a future that glows scarily bright for many, many poorly bred horses.
I do understand your post completely. But, I'm not talking about legal issues here, I'm asking the opinion of the community, of other horse people whom may or may not breed themselves.
I find such careless crossing is a insult to the breeder, breeders, to the industry, to myself as a person who loves and enjoys horses.