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    09-19-2008, 01:30 AM
  #1
Foal
Which Stallion to chose?

Were breeding my mare, Classie Lassie LWR, for the 2009 season. Were having trouble choosing one. Here's the info on the Mare:
"Classie" is a 1991 APHA Dun Overo mare. She has a dorsal stripe, dark withers and has light leg barring on her front legs. Her ears are tipped with black. She stands a little over 15 hands and is a thick mare. She is a great mother, will let you work with foal. No foaling problems, she should is sound to breed. She is the barn favorite. Never mareish. Bred her via AI in 2002 - her DNA is on file with APHA. She IS POSITIVE for OWLS (no overo and only homozagous tobianos)! We would like to breed her to a quater horse or paint, with cow horse bloodlines. We would like the stud to be proven w/ show record and would prefer it to be at least the 2nd foal crop. We are willing to pay up to $2500 and want to breed AI. She has had 6 foals, but her first 2 died, one was born lethal white and the other was born in a pasture in the winter in the snow and froze th death . I didn't not own her when these breedings/foalings took place. I included a few pics of her and 2 of her past foals and a list of some studs I like.





     
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    09-19-2008, 01:30 PM
  #2
Trained
I don't see a list of the studs? What are you plans for the baby?
     
    09-19-2008, 04:30 PM
  #3
Green Broke
Re: Which Stallion to chose?

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Originally Posted by classie1
Were breeding my mare, Classie Lassie LWR, for the 2009 season. Were having trouble choosing one. Here's the info on the Mare:
"Classie" is a 1991 apha Dun Overo mare. She has a dorsal stripe, dark withers and has light leg barring on her front legs. Her ears are tipped with black. She stands a little over 15 hands and is a thick mare. She is a great mother, will let you work with foal. No foaling problems, she should is sound to breed. She is the barn favorite. Never mareish. Bred her via AI in 2002 - her DNA is on file with apha. She IS POSITIVE for OWLS (no overo and only homozagous tobianos)! We would like to breed her to a quater horse or paint, with cow horse bloodlines. We would like the stud to be proven w/ show record and would prefer it to be at least the 2nd foal crop. We are willing to pay up to $2500 and want to breed AI. She has had 6 foals, but her first 2 died, one was born lethal white and the other was born in a pasture in the winter in the snow and froze th death . I didn't not own her when these breedings/foalings took place. I included a few pics of her and 2 of her past foals and a list of some studs I like.





i jsut saw an ad for her on equine hits that she was either for sale or lease.
     
    09-29-2008, 09:13 PM
  #5
Weanling
You didn't say exactly what you want the foal for? I personally would not even breed her with her being OWLS positive but that's just me I guess. Definitely. Do your homework and make sure the stallion you pick has been tested for OWLS and HYPP. If you want a reining prospect, i'd stick to the Topsail Whiz line.
     

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