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        09-24-2012, 10:08 PM
    Stallion and breed confusion


    Okay, so, i'm looking at breeding or purchasing a new dressage horse. I have a stock horse at the moment and he is amazing and I love him to pieces and he is a great dressage horse. However I have always wanted a Warmblood to take me far with dressage, I am torn between the two and though what about a SH x WB or would that be to hot, as they are both working horses. Which bread would be the dame ad which the sire? Or should I just stick to the one bread?

    Any suggestions would be great? And suggestions on other breads to?

    Thank you
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        09-24-2012, 10:21 PM
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    BUY a young prospect! It is much cheaper and you KNOW what you will get.

    Disadvantages of breeding

    . Vet bills....lots of vet bills. And that is if eveything goes well.
    . Three years of waiting before doing anything much
    . Could end up a very badly conformed horse
    . Cross breeding could limit the quality of what you happen to get (not always, but you just won't know).
        09-24-2012, 10:33 PM
    Buy a young horse.

    Leave breeding to the professionals who have good track record.

    breeding, stock horse, warmblood

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