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        02-16-2014, 12:52 PM
      #31
    Foal
    Hello there.
    I wonder what more than trails and things you want to do with your horse?
    Can we get a picture on there mare so it is easier to judge?
    If it is for lighter work and pleasure rekomonderar I a thoroughbred stallion, depending on how the mare is built.

    I wish you luck.
    Take the time necessary, and search for the right stallion for it's however a long time for you, and there new horse should be spent to together.

    Greets Billy
         
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        02-16-2014, 01:07 PM
      #32
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Lorden    
    Hello there.
    I wonder what more than trails and things you want to do with your horse?
    Can we get a picture on there mare so it is easier to judge?
    If it is for lighter work and pleasure rekomonderar I a thoroughbred stallion, depending on how the mare is built.

    I wish you luck.
    Take the time necessary, and search for the right stallion for it's however a long time for you, and there new horse should be spent to together.

    Greets Billy
    This mare I am going to be showing, if the baby was the cross of an appy and her I would use it for trails and little things here and there. However if I breed her to another Morgan, or a Friesian I would be wanting to show it. In low level jumping, maybe hunter under saddle, and stuff like that. The mare I have now I am going to be showing her in showmanship and in halter in August. I may take her in the direct of hunter under saddle and or low level jumping, after I have her finished out in western. She is a little mare, just hitting 14.2. She carries herself very proudly, typical morgan thing.
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        02-16-2014, 01:49 PM
      #33
    Weanling
    Do have have any other side on pics? She's quite upright in the Pasterns and has a very straight hind leg.
         
        02-16-2014, 02:29 PM
      #34
    Weanling
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    Do have have any other side on pics? She's quite upright in the Pasterns and has a very straight hind leg.
    Her hind legs don't look bad in person. Here is the only other I have, and it isnt great.
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        02-16-2014, 03:38 PM
      #35
    Foal
    She looks nice in the pictures.
    My advice is if you want her offspring to Jumping / Eventing then you should pick a warmblood horse as Oldenburg / Holsteiner who has a little more mass and size.
    Friesian is a very nice race but not for Jumping good dressage horse and nothing I recommend for you.
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        02-16-2014, 03:50 PM
      #36
    Green Broke
    You have a very cute mare!

    I will say that quality Friesian stallions will not breed to outside mares for fear that they will lose their license.

    Why not look for babies on the ground, so you can get precisely what you're looking for? (:
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        02-16-2014, 04:34 PM
      #37
    Weanling
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    Originally Posted by Zexious    
    You have a very cute mare!

    I will say that quality Friesian stallions will not breed to outside mares for fear that they will lose their license.

    Why not look for babies on the ground, so you can get precisely what you're looking for? (:
    Many Friesian stallions are being bred to arabians and morgans to produce sport horses. And I keep an eye out, there just isn't anything local that I am interested in, and what I like is 3x the price I think it is worth. Considering that I am not even looking for a broke horse, I look at 2-8 year olds. Sometimes younger. I just can't find what I want, and I also would like to have a foal out of my mare. So yeah.
         
        02-16-2014, 04:36 PM
      #38
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Lorden    
    She looks nice in the pictures.
    My advice is if you want her offspring to Jumping / Eventing then you should pick a warmblood horse as Oldenburg / Holsteiner who has a little more mass and size.
    Friesian is a very nice race but not for Jumping good dressage horse and nothing I recommend for you.
    Thank you for your kind words regarding my mare. I love her to pieces and she is a very good girl. I always loved the Friesians, one day I would love to have a full blood one. But that isn't in my priorities at the time. I also am looking into the warmbloods. I am curious which would be better, as in the warmbloods. When bred to her.
         
        02-16-2014, 05:28 PM
      #39
    Foal
    Hello again.
    Regarding warmblood so it depends on what you want to breed.
    My suggestion is that you try to find a chunkier model on holsteiner for that I think fits there mare and I advocate them because I've had a Holsteiner stallion so I know they are nice.

    Excuse my English.
    * It's not all Swedes who have such poor grammar that I have.

    Greets Billy
         
        02-16-2014, 06:34 PM
      #40
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Lorden    
    hello again.
    Regarding warmblood so it depends on what you want to breed.
    My suggestion is that you try to find a chunkier model on holsteiner for that I think fits there mare and I advocate them because I've had a Holsteiner stallion so I know they are nice.

    Excuse my English.
    * It's not all Swedes who have such poor grammar that I have.

    Greets Billy
    Hey don't worry about it, you have better grammar then more then half the Americans that I know. What are your ideas on breeding her to a thoroughbred? I have been looking at the Holsteiners, and while they are gorgeous, they all seem to cost a pretty penny. I have been looking at sale prices, more then stud fees.
         

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