So I inquired this boy a couple months ago and have been up in the air on what I should do with him....geld him.... or keep him as a stallion. We are experienced horse owners and he would be our first stallion. I have also worked on a breeding farm (30 bred a season) so have the experience and we have the facility and know how for breeding. Just looking for other opinion on him and a critique, be as harsh as you want :) Ill attach pictures that I have but will make sure to get some better. (don't mind the picture with his foot in the bucket, Daughter thought she would be funny!
Bobby is a 15yr old, 15hh and 1300# Buckskin Tobiano. He is double registered APHA and PtHA. He is Nominated to multiple Futurities also. He is a fabulous Brick of gold color with huge beautiful dapples. Bobby has produced 99% color on all mares to date and 99% buckskin and grullo colors. He passes on and sweet mellow personality to all his foals. His foals are winning in the show rings too! This boy has great performance and Halter horse bloodlines. Bobby is a great riding horse that excels in the cow work, he is a great trail horse too.
This stallion really is an unbelievable boy, with his sweet mellow lovable personality any one can handle him! He can be pastured with babies, geldings, share fence lines with mares or pastured with bred mares in the winter and you would never know he is a stallion. He is Very sweet, gentle and romantic when it comes to breeding time (pasture or hand bred). Check out his breeding:
Wildcat Bobby Luck Paint
So what do you think If you would like to see pictures of his foal just ask!
He has his back legs under him in his pic, its just the way he is standing
Bobby in bucket.jpg
In this pic he is standing a bit up hill
Bobby big dapples.jpg