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post #11 of 28 Old 04-07-2008, 02:51 PM
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http://www.nolimitfarm.com/nlfonthecatwalk.htm

I kind of like this guy, but it says he is overo...I cannot see the color on him or any of his offspring.
oh! I like him!

I'm not seeing the obvious overo either, so I googled overo, and found this site.
http://greenfield.fortunecity.com/dr...9/hc/overo.htm

I'm still not sure if he is or not, maybe e-mail and ask if he has white on his belly or something.

He looks like a gorgeous mover and looks leggy too.
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Okay, From Dreamhorse:

Maxs Impulsive Color:
http://www.dreamhorse.com/show_horse...rse_id=1188892
I wonder why they are selling him though?

NFR Wiconi:
http://www.dreamhorse.com/show_horse...orse_id=895238
Though I don't know if he would mesh well with our mare's breeding, (he is hunter bred, she is cutter bred), Is this done?

Scenic Zippaloot:
http://www.scenicdreamacres.com/cgi-...webdir=schmitz
http://www.dreamhorse.com/show_horse...rse_id=1194390
I like him, though his is not black/white, which is our pref. And he is not homozygous, so he could throw solid with our mare.

Image of Champions:http://www.dreamhorse.com/show_horse...rse_id=1188896

Rock Four:
http://www.dreamhorse.com/show_horse...rse_id=1171331

Drummin the Boogie: (don't know if he's HYPP N/Nhttp://www.dreamhorse.com/show_horse.php?form_horse_id=1171241

Mr. Tramp:
http://www.dreamhorse.com/show_horse...orse_id=940023

Zarcasm:
http://www.dreamhorse.com/show_horse...rse_id=1135605


Okay Everyone...I need help. These and those above, are all stallions I have seen that grab my eye. I need help narrowing and pulling in other potentials. My preferences are Homozygous for black and color, taller to produce a leggy foal, and good lines/record. Of course, if a stallion stands out still, I am flexible. :)
I will probably be deleting as I am convinced away from stallions...to keep from confusing myself. :) :)

Thanks in advance :)[/b]
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Drummin The Boogie is said to be N/N, but I don't know. I say if you're not totally in love with him to count him out, unless his owners could provide you with a copy of his test results.

I know nothing about breeding a HUS to a cutter, so I cannot tell you how they will come out.

If you definitely want color, I don't think Scenic Zipaloot is the guy for your mare :)

I'm not fond of how Mr Tramp-The Living Legend is standing or his back and neck. Though his color is pretty, I don't like his conformation. And i'm going to assume he's like that all the time or else I'd think they'd use a better picture of him

I would like to see more pictures of Rock Four so I can see his coloring better and without a saddle on. And while it does say his foals of size, it has nothing about color.

I too am a little curious as to why MAXS IMPULSIVE COLOR is for sale. I just think that's a little odd. What would happen if you want to use him as a stud, but he got sold and gelded?

I'm not sure if this helps, but that's my opinion. I would ask though, if you could get a copy of Boogie's test results, that way you'll know for sure if he is NN or not.
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Upon looking closer, I found Drummin the Boogie's website:
http://www.lakeshastapaints.com/html/home.html

He is listed as hypp N/N.

Drummin the Boogie and Amigo's Cody Bar are both by the same owner. Both are tall. Both are double homozygous. Both have decent breeding, and a pedigree with accomplishments.

I sort of like the look of Amogo's Cody Bar better...

What do you guys think? Keep both on the list..take both of the list...which one seems better?

Thanks appy for the feedback so far. I think I will go back through later and get rid of non-homozygous stallions, but some of them are quite striking, and I am having a hard time removing them...would be a bummer to get a solid foal though. :)
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NLF On the Catwalk is my favorite of the bunch, but if you really want color I don't think that he'd be the best choice.
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I have to say, I kind of like Amigo's Cody Bar better than the other one.

I guess I just don't like hypp horses, even if they're NN, I rather not have any impressive in my horse. I would just hate for the test to be a false negative. But that's just me.

So far, Amigo's Cody Bar is my number one pick
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hey. I think that image of champions is beautiful!

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I am going to weed through these a bit, and move the most relevant stallions over to a thread in the critique section.

Thanks for the feedback here guys. :)
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