Originally Posted by Crossover
. (ps - the last few statements were not directed at you nhrareiner)
Did not think you where. I breed with selling in mind. That way if I end up with say a colt which at this point I do not really want I have a market for that horse. Also with the cost of training a reiner in the $35K-$50K the fact is that I need to sell a few to pay for that. Not to mention the average stud fees and breeding expenses.
I really wish more people would look at breeding as a business. One that you need to produce a product that someone finds value in and will want and buy for good money. This is one of the few business that this is not the case which is what really hurts.