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    04-22-2009, 07:18 PM
ISO Paint Stud...

Hey everyone,
New to the forum. Good stuff here!
I am looking for a homozygous black overo stallion. He has to be at least 16h. I have been googling my buns off and have yet to find anything I'm really interested in. APHA's Stallion Alley doesn't have a whole lot listed - what's up with that?
Just curious if anyone knows of any.

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    04-22-2009, 07:34 PM
What type of horse are you looking for? (Barrels, WP, hunter, jumpers, eventing....) Also, what's your range for stud fee? That will help people look for a stallion

Welcome to the forum BTW
    04-22-2009, 07:49 PM
Thanks! I am going for a do-it-all horse. I am 6' tall, so I am a big girl. I need a tall horse! I am open as far as prices. I wasn't really wanting people to go out of their way to look. Just wondering if anyone knew of some good ones.
    04-24-2009, 03:53 AM
Are you in canada or the us? Too bad you aren't looking for tobianos I know lots of blk/whites
    04-24-2009, 09:46 AM
Shawneen, where are you located? If you are interested, I can post your request on local forum (without your info, of course). But it's MD/VA/DC/PA area.
    04-24-2009, 01:36 PM
My house in in Alabama currently, but I currently live in Iraq LOL
We are trying to sell our place, probably move in or around Missouri. I don't mind having to haul my mares somewhere, or have semen shipped.
I appreciate the help :)
    04-24-2009, 01:47 PM
Ashley your boy is gorgeous! Reading in the other thread I see you are going to keep him a stud maybe? How tall is he/do you think he'll finish out at? Big bones?
If you are going to breed him I might be interested. If you DO keep him a stud, I would definitely get his reg changed to Tovero, you will attract people from both sides of the tracks. I personally don't care for Tobianos, but I certainly look at Toveros!
Nice stuff!
    04-24-2009, 01:50 PM
I forgot to say that I am really looking for a homozygous black, I really don't want a red baby. But I might be able to overlook that if he's a match for what I'm looking for otherwise :)
    04-24-2009, 02:32 PM

Hey there...his dad is 16.3 hh,both his brothers out of the same sized stallion are 16.2+,so i'm expecting the same.rt now he's 15.2+ at the withers and still has lots of growing time.He himself is agouti aa Homo blk...though his red factor is Ee . His dad consistantly threw blk/white foals,the 1's I've seen anyhow.
    04-24-2009, 03:08 PM
Originally Posted by Shawneen    
My house in in Alabama currently, but I currently live in Iraq LOL
We are trying to sell our place, probably move in or around Missouri. I don't mind having to haul my mares somewhere, or have semen shipped.
I appreciate the help :)
Iraq is pretty far. Lol! I'll post the question on my local forum. May be someone has what you are looking for. If I'll get any response I'll let you know (don't have too much hope though ).

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