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        04-16-2013, 10:05 PM
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    I agree, I like short horses, she is short(14.1), my little Top Sail Cody horse is maybe 14.2 and my Jackie Bee horse is about 14.2. Hubby likes big tall horses so that is where the argument came. Again hypothetically, he wanted to breed to a bigger, taller horse. Although it doesn't mean you will get a taller foal.
    I do like the Rooster horses too! I find the Hollywood Dunits to be fussy.
    I like how Inwhizable is bred, much like my TopSail Cody horse. Mine was by Top Smoke Cody who only had 12 foals before he died unfortunately. But Cutter Bill bred on the bottom like Inwhizable. Great cross!
         
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        04-16-2013, 10:06 PM
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    Originally Posted by COWCHICK77    
    The link goes to Smooths First Tobicat, a black and white paint by Smooth As A Cat.
    I like him but he's only 14h. If my hubby had his way he would breed her to a big feather footed ranch stud and knowing my luck I would end up with a colt that looks like a minature draft horse...tee he..

    Lol I like how they did the play on words..hes a tobiano-- smooths first tobicat.. id breed my horse to him just because of that.. lol.


    Oooo you can just get you some frozen semen shipped to ya by high brow cat himself! might needa cut off your right arm and have a few million for that though.. but since its like hypothetical, lol. Id love to have a direct foal by him!! ..then again.. who wouldnt- right? Lol.

    Haha, good ol feathers.. aka snake bite stoppers, lol. At least the foal would be totally cute!!
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        04-16-2013, 10:14 PM
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    Snake bite stoppers....awesome! LOL!

    I know, the stud fee is only part of it, let alone shipping the semen and all the vet checks. I good repro vet is worth his weight ;)
    I would love me a High Brow Cat baby, but then again I would end end leasing some nice broodmare to breed to rather than my super speshul paint mare...LOL! But that's why it's a fun thread, one can dream!
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        04-16-2013, 10:39 PM
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    Lol, its true!

    Yup-- that's what your right arm is for!!

    Well while were at it ill take a foal out of, chex a nic, too. (Gelding) but still my horsey hero! Lol.
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