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post #1 of 13 Old 08-07-2011, 10:06 PM Thread Starter
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Stallion suggestions?

I have some stallions in mind for this mare, but would like some other suggestions in case I find one I like better.

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post #2 of 13 Old 08-07-2011, 10:25 PM
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Hmm... She's alittle fat. I'd put a leaner stud on her. I like this one. He's one of my personal faves and he'll add some color to her drab frame. I know you can reg'd half tb's so heres one I love, maybe he'll put some hight on her too

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I'd like to see a video of that stud, but on the website it tells me it's going to take 15 mins to download

The stills seem to show nice form in Jumping
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post #4 of 13 Old 08-08-2011, 10:05 AM
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Love your mare, she is one solid girl. Just send her to me, please - she looks like she would be fun to ride. ;)
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post #5 of 13 Old 08-08-2011, 11:43 AM
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Your mare is very beautiful. However I wouldn't cross her with a TB in my opinion. Try to keep those Appy lines strong. Look for a good solid app. Perhaps and app that has TB in his background which resulted in giving the stud some height, I would not just breed to another breed completely.

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This is the stallion at the top of our list at the moment. I know he has a lot of QH in him too.

About Chocolatey - 5X NSBA Western Pleasure Champion Appaloosa Stallion
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This is the stallion at the top of our list at the moment. I know he has a lot of QH in him too.

About Chocolatey - 5X NSBA Western Pleasure Champion Appaloosa Stallion

I was going to suggest Te but I like this one you posted. Only thing I can see is he neck/head is nice but for some reason dose not look like it belongs to the horse.

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Chocolatey looks a litte beefy...if you pick him my suggestion would be to have them cut way back on his feed for a couple of weeks before they collect him to thin down his swimmers so they have a better chance of squirming through that fat egg to get to the nucleus...
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I was going to suggest Te but I like this one you posted. Only thing I can see is he neck/head is nice but for some reason dose not look like it belongs to the horse.
LOL you are right it does look like the head was almost photo shopped not saying it is but it looks odd to me.

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I would suggest my mother's stallion, but i'm not sure if the rules allow me to. But he's given off some nice HUS and he has jumped too. Can be ridden by novice too. He's an AQHA Champion sire. But Chocolatey is a nice Appy.:)
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