Originally Posted by Macslady
The only thing I can add is never disregard a horse because the bloodlines are way back. There are those animals that will surprise you. There are well bred close up money winners who produce some animals that don't live up to the potential expected.
Really I was just curious about the peds since I don't know anything about Paints. I am picking up the mare today and she happens to be bred to that stud. The owners are moving and can't keep her so I'm taking her. She could have the best horses in the world back there or in the words of Kassierae just have "do-nothing" horses back there, it wouldn't really matter to me, I'd still be taking her. Most hard working ranch horses in this country have "do-nothing" kind of horses in their background and they work just fine for what we need them to do.
If anyone else has any input I'd love to hear it