I wish my BO was as smart as all of you she wants to breed her favorite thoroughbred slewpy to her QH stud now the stud is gorgeous but slewpy has many issues she basically has no feeling in her legs so if she gets an injury to her leg(s) she wouldn't know. Also she doesn't have the greatest attitude but she is quite cute lol either way I wish she wouldn't breed her as we are already struggling with the 20 horses counting a barely halter broke baby
I like this thread, gotta ad my girl. She is a registered 2002 AQHA.
I would never breed her because:
She is weak coupled, sickled hocked, poor feet. Not to mention she has an old hind end injury and severe arthritis in her hocks, so would never be able to support the weight of a foal. She was also never shown, and was just green broke when I bought her as an 8 year old. And is only pasture sound at the moment.
CloudsMystique, Claymore was bred before I got him, also. He was still a stallion up until I purchased him, and insisted on his gelding as part of the deal. He threw some cute, loud colored foals, but they are still just unregisterable mutts. His last colt isn't TOO bad, but if his last filly was any indication of the conformation he threw, Claymore should have been gelded at BIRTH. Lol.
Here's his LAST colt from 2008 (out of a perch mare):
As a foal:
And now for sale as a 2 year old:
And his last filly from 2008, out of a Clyde mare, her marking are interesting but she's eeeeewy (pictured as a yearling):