I will never breed either of my girls.
4 yr old 14.2-3 Appy/Welsh (I think)
Number one reason is simply because she is a grade. I don't believe in breeding grades. Another reason is because she got pregnant when she was 3, which was too young IMO. She also ripped while foaling, and would most likely rip again if she were to foal again, and I don't want her to go through that pain again. I also don't want her training to be set back farther. I was planning on showing her this year, but couldn't because she had a baby, and was out of shape when weaned. She has ok conformation, but is definitely not even close to what I call breed quality. I think she is absolutely the cutest horse I have ever seen, but you don't breed for cute, just like you don't breed for colour.
5 month old 12.2-ish (and growing) clyde/welsh/appy
Again, because she is a grade. She will not have perfect conformation, I can already tell you that. She is a tad sickle hocked, and her chest is growing out to be like her daddy's, which sticks way too far out. She is going to be a nice mare, but I want her to be my show mount, not a broodmare. If I want a foal, I'll go out and buy a weanling, or a breeding quality mare. Not breed whichever mare I have laying around.
Also, I do not have the funds, or the facilities for another foal, considering I board.