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Please help me chose the stallion to breed my mare to

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        04-15-2011, 10:58 PM
      #171
    Green Broke
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        04-15-2011, 11:57 PM
      #172
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by raywonk    
    you can aford one now. I have been shopping for a student and you would not belave the quality that is out thier for just $3000. I wish I had money lying around cause I would grab these nice horses and then wait you know the market will get better.
    I could not find one like I breed for under $25K+. You will not find one for $3K. If they where out there my trainer would be grabbing them up left and right along with a lot of others I know. Reiners have gone up every year.
         
        04-16-2011, 10:25 AM
      #173
    Weanling
    The rainers must not have droped like the all around horses. I have been having such a good time looking at horses I never could have aforded 5 yrs ago.
         
        04-16-2011, 10:51 AM
      #174
    Showing
    ^Definitely true. All-arounders are a steal right now. Horses at the top of their game in intensively competitive disciplines, reiners, cutters, high quality roping horses are all still bringing good money. I think that it's great myself as those are the types of horses I breed, we haven't felt the hit like a lot of other breeders. The foal I am waiting on now is already sold, provided it isn't exactly what I'm after for myself, if I get a black filly I will have some disappointed buyers...so in some respects it's a buyers market as well as a sellers, depending on what you are after/have.
         
        04-16-2011, 11:06 AM
      #175
    Weanling
    Which makes me very lucky cause the horses I want are lower priced I just need to make a few more stalls and build some fence.
         
        04-16-2011, 12:00 PM
      #176
    Green Broke
    It's funny because I swear we have the opposite situation here - where I live has such a truly pathetic quality show/breeding community, nobody can sell their champions and well bred foals. We just don't have the interest in province - the top breeders just don't have a market here and it's so sad. I've seen champion reiners and cutters for sale for over 6 months and the prices just keep dropping.

    Trail and grade horses? Everyone is CLAMORING for them. We have a cheapskate horse dumb community, and everyone is looking for a "cheap" trail horse in as much that with any amount of decent trail experience, you can get over $2,000 for one right now. Granted, the issue is that you really can't make money on a trail horse as it boils down to experience far more then training and the time you have to put in to get a good reliable trail horse just isn't worth the $2,000 you're going to get in the end.

    But just kind of sad how our economy works! I feel sorry for every person busting their butts to sell quality stock in a community where people wouldn't know quality if it kicked them in the head!
         
        04-16-2011, 12:06 PM
      #177
    Trained
    Thing is that there is not a big market for reiners her locally. I do not even try to market or sell then locally. Now I do not have to go fare as there are a lot of reiners in Ohio and Mi. Thing is you have to know where your market is and advertise accordingly.
         
        04-16-2011, 12:10 PM
      #178
    Green Broke
    I think the biggest issue is we simply don't have the recognition or respect in Manitoba. Our closest market for reiner/cutter type horses is Alberta and that's a over a thousand miles away. Saskatchewan is almost as horse poor as we are, and Ontario is into English riding almost exclusively. So people in Alberta just aren't interested enough in what we're offering to pay the shipping costs when they have just as good/better in their own area.

    Quite frankly though, anyone setting up shop in Manitoba SHOULD know better from the get go.
         
        04-16-2011, 12:14 PM
      #179
    Trained
    Ontario has a lot of reiners. My trainer goes up there quite a bit.

    I can under stand that location is a issue to some extent. Shipping and marketing into the US might be a better option really. Just depends on what you have to offer too.
         

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