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post #11 of 51 Old 03-30-2012, 05:56 PM
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He looks young. I bet if someone gelded him and put some work into him, he'd make a decent mount.
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He looks young. I bet if someone gelded him and put some work into him, he'd make a decent mount.
I hope someone else thinks so too- he will be captured by the BLM folks as soon as they outwit him.
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If he happened to have bred one of your mares, I would give them a shot a lutalase just in case, you don't want a foal out of that guy...... He has aweful conformation. I would also keep your mares in something he most definitely couldn't get into. You don't wanna breed junk to anything and end up with more junk. He could possibly make a decent riding horse later on once gelded. I sure hope someone gets him snipped rather quickly!
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If he happened to have bred one of your mares, I would give them a shot a lutalase just in case, you don't want a foal out of that guy...... He has aweful conformation. I would also keep your mares in something he most definitely couldn't get into. You don't wanna breed junk to anything and end up with more junk. He could possibly make a decent riding horse later on once gelded. I sure hope someone gets him snipped rather quickly!
I already have the vet on the way next week to remove a flap of some scar tissue on my mustang, that may interfere with a girth. They will be getting shots. The thread was just a joke really. Any determined horse can tear down no climb horse fencing. My horses are not junk- but i still don't need any more foals than the one I have coming from the BLM mare I adopted. I just thought you guys would enjoy the story, and like seeing the pictures of him. He may be gangly and incorrect, but he is handsome in his mission to get at my mares. ha ha.

also, he is not mine... he is wild/feral... They will attempt to catch him, but I am not on the hook for his snipping. I will help them capture him though, as they say he has become so bold (because of people feeding him i guess) that he is a danger.

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I don't think trainerunlimited meant your mares are junk, christabelle. I think she was saying that anything produced by that poor fugly stallion (and I thought my boy's daddy was awful! ), regardless of the quality of the mare(s), is more than likely to be junk as well.

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I don't think trainerunlimited meant your mares are junk, christabelle. I think she was saying that anything produced by that poor fugly stallion (and I thought my boy's daddy was awful! ), regardless of the quality of the mare(s), is more than likely to be junk as well.
Im not offended. Im sure no one here would want me to breed' em if i pictured em. i thought it was funny. maybe I'm offended no one else did....
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I got it after you responded the first time, that's why my first post was so diplomatic.. I've seen studs just as bad in legit breeding threads!
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If your mares are in heat he will be back and could take them.
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Haha, I didn't mean it as a slur to your mares at all. I've never even seen them, lol. Its just that even if your mare was a world champ at something, his genes are going to be used as well, giving you a less than ideal horse. Im out in the country in Texas and see people breeding totally crap studs to crap mares and end up with more of something that isn't worth anything daily. There is a group of what I consider nastily conformed horses just down the road from me that I have to stare at when I go to school every day, lol. They also aren't feeding them and they got thin through the winter, but are putting weight back on now that grass is here.
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He did come back, so I penned him up I'm my stud panels. The BLM is supposed to come get him and relocate him. I didint really think you were picking on my horses, I just have a dry sense of humor. My mares are not breeding quality. The only one I have thought of breeding is my Cremello, and that is because I love buckskins. I'd say it was me being noble for deciding against it... But I was pretty much lazy and I like to buy saddle ready horses. As it is I am stressing about my mustang having her foal. My two for one. She looked skinny when I picked her... Oh well.
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