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    10-05-2010, 10:48 PM
Green Broke
Originally Posted by countmystrides    
This post is irrational and you seem extremely inexperienced. Not somebody i'd suggest breeding horses with. ALSO, your other post said you didn't have the money to afford another horse, if you can't afford another horse.. what makes you think you can afford to breed one?
Um did you just read my post?????? I SAID I WASNT GOING TO BREED HER NOW! And if I did it would be a while. We are buying a house so we just spent all our money. On all of your posts you seem to be very rude. I'm not inexserienced. The lady that owned sonas parents is EXTREAMLY KNOWLAGEABLE! She hasnt bred any of her mares in years because of the econamy. Now that Imprimis N Gold has past She would like to keep his line going. If I do bred she will end up with the baby if I can't afored it. There are hundreads of VERY nice palamino stallions I'm not just narrowing it down to color that's just one of meny factors of breeding. You don't know me and I don't know you so I sugest you grow up and stop judging people.
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    10-05-2010, 11:20 PM
Ok some people here need to chill out. No one is being rude just going off other posts you have posted.
    10-05-2010, 11:30 PM
Green Broke
Please. Spell check. Use it. I can barely read some of this.

Not trying to be rude, but it helps alot if you can spell correctly. People will be able to understand what your trying to say alot better.
    10-05-2010, 11:42 PM
I can't take you seriously when you type like a 5 year old. And i'd also like to add the previous owner / breeder must not be as knowledgeable as you say if she's breeding for color. You don't seem to understand what it's like to breed a horse. You were looking for a stallion with a long neck to make up for your horse with a short neck. There's a hint for you. ALSO, my horses don't have impressive conformation in any way, but at least i'm willing to admit it. Your mare is very pretty, but what has she done, what makes her suitable enough to breed. Did you miss the threads on here about why we shouldn't breed our mares? There's so many homeless horses and uncared for horses in this world and unless your mare is going to produce a foal with excellent conformation and unbeatable abilities, what makes you think anyone would want it? Do you plan on keeping it forever? I'm in no way trying to be rude, but you sound selfish towards your mare. Why put her in danger? I'm just curious what your reasoning behind it is.
    10-06-2010, 12:25 AM
By far I like 2 best, then 1. 3 is a no to me. He doesn't look like a stud as his body seems lean and awkward. With little legs. Just my opinion. Good luck!
    10-06-2010, 02:34 AM
There is no law aginst breeding your own mare, and until there is, people can and will breed any mare they like. At least this mare owner is looking for guidance in help with choosing a stallion, and not breeding to her closest neighbours stud because " he was pretty and I didn't want to trailer her to a farm where I can't be with her." you can type in caps as much as you want, the more you tell someone no, the more they are going to do it, regardless. This is where most of the posts go crazy, when people start yelling at each other instead of discuss it like civil adults. Please. This is just turning into another "let's bash th OP because there is nothing better to do on the forum today" threads.
As for which stallion you should choose, I would go with the black stud. He seems like the best out of the 4, and has pretty food conformation. The other studs just have pictures showing their colour, not their confo, which makes me believe that is what they were bred for and that is what they are being advertised for- colour.
Whichever stallion you end up choosing, I wish you the best of luck with your mare and potential foal. Odds are, you will probably find a nicer stallion when you are ready to breed her!
    10-06-2010, 07:57 AM
This is an old thread and deserves, at this point, to be closed.

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