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post #11 of 31 Old 05-21-2008, 10:33 PM
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Everyone makes good points IMO. This is like the big fad going around of breeding Arabian's to Percherons....why?
Umm.. that is a very strange cross.... I can't imagine a nice foal out of that cross - having said that, I'm open to being proven wrong!


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post #12 of 31 Old 05-22-2008, 08:34 AM
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Here ya go....Arab/Perch cross, what a joke IMO. This horse just screams "in-breed".

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Yeah does nothing for me.
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post #14 of 31 Old 05-22-2008, 12:42 PM
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Just looks like another horse... ho hum

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post #15 of 31 Old 05-22-2008, 02:22 PM
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Cross horse can actually make very good horses...i have a quarter/tb cross who is registered as a quarter horse...and he has stamina, good disposition, has outran every horse i have straight reaced against....yet i can put my 4 year old son on him and he drops his head and obeys his every command...so i got speed, heighth, stamina, stockiness, excellent disposition....a wonderful horse! i dont have any problem with them ...jus tthink if care is taken you can have some good horses come out of them...just cause it aint got papers doesnt mean its not the best horse ever ;)


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I'll be the first one to stand up and say you can't ride papers!

<<---- Neither one of these guys have papers!

I just don't see the need to breed just to see what will come out. Shoot, with as many horses out there that are unwanted you could probably find one that would tickle you pink without bringing another unwanted funky bred horse into this world. I am in no way knocking the person that began this thread!!! For all I know they can make this horse and have it for the next 38yrs! I just don't think it is something to do just to see what will happen. The market for a horse like this would be very small. Which could end up with another horse neglected and un wanted. that was my point. Not that unregistered horses aren't any good.

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post #17 of 31 Old 05-22-2008, 02:48 PM
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gee dumass_Grrl i never said anything about attacking anybody or that you said unregistered horse are not any good...sorry if you thought i was being men toward you but i really wasnt...just givin my opinion the same as everyone else...thats all....sorry

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Carriedenaee...How did you get that I was posting what I wrote at you and in a mean way? If anything I was agreeing with you. Maybe you should re-read what I wrote. I was simply stating that cross the particular the author of the post was asking about IMO was not a good idea and that there are a bunch of unwanted , horses available papered or not that would make great mounts. I directed nothing towards you and I refuse to fight on this forum...there are others that I choose not to visit beause of the hostility. Lets keep this forum friendly and open. if you feel that I have offended you in any way please understand that it was not my intention and in fact did not call you out in any way. Please lets keep to the forum rules here and have adult conversations and allow everyone to have their own opinions and to disagree with ours.

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Cross horse can actually make very good horses...i have a quarter/tb cross who is registered as a quarter horse...and he has stamina, good disposition, has outran every horse i have straight reaced against....yet i can put my 4 year old son on him and he drops his head and obeys his every command...so i got speed, heighth, stamina, stockiness, excellent disposition....a wonderful horse! i dont have any problem with them ...jus tthink if care is taken you can have some good horses come out of them...just cause it aint got papers doesnt mean its not the best horse ever ;)


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No, it's not I'll be the first one to say that a QH/TB cross makes sense to me if you must cross two breeds (i'm a firm believer that you should breed purebred and not cross). I don't think anyone's said that a non-papered horse isn't good...it's just not breeding material IMO.
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Hey ,
if your talkin abou tinbreeding not meaning the crossing of close relatives...that is the only definition i could find....is there another???
im just askin...im dumb on technical terms..lol

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