Originally Posted by farmpony84
I actually kind of like the TB's....
Well I looked at your mare and she looks a little less bulky than most. She is the type that would cross very well with a quality TB. If anyone is going to breed in these times they should be looking at the very best quality stallion they can find. A proven stallion will make the baby not only worth breeding but a potential stand out in the overload of babies already being produced. I have no problem with someone breeding but they should be aiming for a baby that will be above all the rest so if something should happen and selling became a necessity then it has a better chance of going to a home that will take care of it.
There are some nice stallions suggested here and you need to look at what they are producing. Email the owners and see what type of people you may be dealing with. I personally know that Fred's owner ( A Fine Romance) is an owner that will bend over backwards for her clients.