Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Somewhere in Wisconsin
Thank you for all the critique, after thinking about it and again seeing/hearing the risks of a very poor conformation possibility IF I were to breed her it would be to a Percheron Stud. There are good and bad outcomes from the cross and with all the drama found out about the stud, it's going to be a no go. IMO you can't really take either side unless you know what happened, and there's so much drama that has unfolded. He IS a very good looking stud. But he has come into question with other breedings. She has assured there is no issue, I know her on a personal level. But again, it's NOT worth risking my mares safety at all, no matter what happened.
@mudpie, I understand the critique thank you! It was a bad picture, and she does look funny in that picture after looking, she looks VERY shrunk, short and downhill. Although not the case, besides being a little short backed.
@Bridgertrot, Was going to sell her a while ago, I renewed the post on accident while trying to renew another one for a horse blanket I'm selling. A very buddy sour gelding had attached to her, she had no interest. I was boarding though and did not want her hurt. This gelding would not stop. It was to the point where no training would help. The gelding would jump fences, break fences, just about anything to get to her, I felt she was in danger and had to get rid of her. I had a friend take her in for a few months. Now that gelding is gone, she is home and better than ever thank god.
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