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    02-12-2012, 06:57 PM
I would never breed to Titan C. I haven't heard horror stories about him, but he is a Bey Shah grandson. Bey Shah tended to be bred for halter horses. The most athletic ones would do maybe Western Pleasure. Padron while athletic, was not happy under saddle. He was trained EP but never shown because of his attitude under saddle. There are many reasons that could be, but it's not something I like in a horse.

The black one, has nice usable lines.. but they are pretty far back. Mostly looks like he was bred for color. The SE I don't know.. something looks weird, but I can't put my finger on it. The colt is probably the nicest of the bunch.. but a terrible photo to judge him by, and a bit hodge-podgey in breeding. Not sure why they bred him.. what the goal was.

Have you looked at any of the proven performance stallions? There are a lot out there that are proven in performance and are pretty.
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    02-12-2012, 07:46 PM
Originally Posted by SunnyDraco    
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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I don't own him so I don't have a chance to take any pictures of him. I will email the owner to see if I can recive more pictures of Titan C.
    02-12-2012, 07:57 PM
Napayshni when he was a foal-

    02-12-2012, 09:18 PM
Toskhara Arabians - Success in Reining, racing, Dressage, endurance racing and western division has some nice stallions that have crossed very well with both egyptian and polish bred mares for instance.
    02-12-2012, 10:03 PM
I can't make a recomendation without seeing your mares pedigrees and good pics of them both, to tell you which mare I'd choose to breed and why, and to tell you which stallion I'd choose and why. I probably would not recommend any of these 4 that you have posted, though of the 4, I like Titan C the best from pics alone, though I like Napayshni's blood lines and am very familiar with his father Muscastar Son.
    02-12-2012, 10:18 PM
I would not consider Napayshni because he JUST came 2 and has done nothing. The first and 4th are just......well......never mind. Titan C again has done nothing according to data source and so again, I probably wouldn't consider him either.

What are your goals for breeding? Do you have a particular discipline you're aiming for? Are you wanting halter quality? Or just a good trail type horse?

For the person who didn't like Bey Shah, he has sired a HUGE number of winning performance horses. He was a halter horse primarily, but he has sired some very athletic get.

*Padron may not have been real happy under saddle but again, he sired some amazingly athletic and performance producing get. My stallion Il Divo is double *Padron and does Hunter Pleasure, Western Pleasure, Trail and goes out on trail, and Halter and SHIH and is headed toward Western Dressage. And his brothers and sisters are also very athletic. So blanket statement against certain stallions needs to be weighed very carefully by looking at what they've produced and what those horses have and are producing.

***10 min edit time frame got me again.......grrrrrrrrrr****
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    02-13-2012, 05:17 PM
Oh my goodness, I rather like *Expo PASB and *TA Monet+/ !!*EXPO PASB - Stallions of Toskhara Arabians
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    02-13-2012, 07:47 PM
Conformation pictures of these guys, and of your mare, would be really helpful.

The only one I'd scratch right of is Napayshni. Not too sure why anyone would stand a two year old unproven stallion...
    02-13-2012, 07:50 PM
Originally Posted by Dreamcatcher Arabians    
For the person who didn't like Bey Shah, he has sired a HUGE number of winning performance horses. He was a halter horse primarily, but he has sired some very athletic get.
I've heard this too... LOL
Lot's of people say they are hot headed and arrogant.
I have five Bey Shah bred horses (three are granddaughters - all out of a Multi-Regional Champion PERFORMANCE stallion) and they are all awesome.
My two year old got into an accident before I got her, so she's not a show horse anymore, but I can't wait to get my yearling under saddle!
    02-14-2012, 05:36 PM
I haven't purcased the mares yet, but plan on doing so. Here are the mares I am considering getting. I can only buy one maybe two.

Sweepstakes Registered 15.2hh Arabian Show Mare (I need to find out what her registered name is, breeding includes Huckleberry Bey.)-

Gray Registered Arabian Mare, 13 years old aha# 0559493.-

Bay Arabian Mare, 9 years old aha# 0604208.-

I am most interested in the first one, she is pretty expensive though, just within my bugget. The other two are brood mares, with little training.

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