Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Shetland, Scotland, UK
with breeding you never know the foal might not have the exact same confemation as its mum, I am starting breeding and I have alot of naighbours that breed, one of my naighbourghs have a mare with a too long back and a too long neck and big ears, she is fine being riding and have produced three lovely foals the first out growing both preants (her confermation isn't 100% but she's still young and growing) the second one was better not quite perfect and this years foal was gorgous. If the foal will have a loving forever home with you and you have no plans of showing her or selling her the confermation doesn't really matter (I have a filly with too long cannon bones she is happy and healthy). As it is her horse it is completely up to her.