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post #1 of 33 Old 02-12-2012, 01:17 AM Thread Starter
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Which stallion is best?!?!?!?!

Looking to breed one of my mares to one of these stallions, which one looks to be the best- comformation, breeding, awards, etc.

-Ali Al Ahmar, Bay, 2001, 15.1hh, Straight Egyptian Arabian Stallion.
Ali has a short well shaped head with a big eye, nice short ears and tea cup nose. His shoulder has good angle along with a very powerful hind quarter and perfectly straight legs. With his short back, excellent top line, and great neck, he should stamp foal after foal with exceptional show quality.

-Napayshni 2010 Chestnut Arabian Stallion
Muscastar Son X SA Glitz
Not only is he double MUSCASTAR, *MUSCAT, *NABORR, ABU FARWA, MISS CENTURY, and GA'ZI, but this colt is 4 times NEGATIW and FERZON! With other greats in his pedigree such as *ELKIN++, KABORR+++, GAI-ADVENTURE and GAMUZON.
Beautiful short, tight, very tipped ears, short head with an ample amount of distance between the eyes, powerful hind end and magnificent shoulder beautiful swan-like neck, long gorgeous legs, strong hip, and huge fabulous eyes.

-Titan C Gorgeous Bay Arabian Stallion
By Genesis C (Bey Shah x Padron dtr) out of a National producing Padron daughter. Titan C is tall, athletic and correct, with a beautiful head and long neck. His foals are really nice and very charismatic like their sire.

-Kiyasa True Black Arabian Stallion
His pedigree is full of champions such as the great *Serafix, SX Saladin, Fagjur, Baske-Tu. He is very athletic, smart and willing and an easy breeder.

Thank You, Please no Rude, or Mean comments. I know what breeding includes. Breeding Registered Arabian Mares. I am buying a new arabian mare, who has great riding abilitys, comfermation and breeding. Thank You for helping me!

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I am by no means an expert, but I would personally go more for Titan C with only this info available because (I'm rather partial to bays and he's gorgeous) I don't like egyptian bred arabians too much and the other none egyptian bred colt is only a 2010 model, so has had no opportunity to earn his....um...rights. Those pictures are mostly terrible to determine conformation though.
What sort of breeding does the mare have? Egyptian, Polish, Russian, Spanish...
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I like Titan C the best, looks and sounds like the best quality.
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I like titan C as well =) gorgeous

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Of the stallions you posted, Titan C looks the most promising. I would want to see more pictures of him that show his conformation and his ads when I did a google search have no mention of a show career. Only found one other picture of him and it was at an angle facing away. I would want to see what the pictures don't show you.
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post #6 of 33 Old 02-12-2012, 10:55 AM Thread Starter
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Titan C, on the website I found him on they only had one picture, but they had a lot of his offspring. This is him-

This is his daughter -

Another Daughter-

His Sister-

His Grand Sire Bey Shah-

His other Grand Sire Pardon-

One mare I am Getting is Polish and the other is Egyptian. I only want to breed one.
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I'd breed to Titan C out of all those studs. I don't like the first and second studs at all, but could be the pictures as well. Let us know what you decide! Looks like Titan puts a nice conformation on his babies.
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post #8 of 33 Old 02-12-2012, 11:07 AM
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Titan C definitely. The first one is high in the wither and the last one is majorly bum-high. The 2nd has no decent photo

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post #10 of 33 Old 02-12-2012, 04:47 PM
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I would still want a picture of Titan C where you can actually judge his conformation. Standing square without the camera being at an angle to his body so you could judge his conformation. He looks like he has a nice head and neck, but you don't ride a head and neck. It would also be important to consider how his conformation would work with your mare's conformation.
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