a lot of dressage riders are now turning to the tbxwb, such as anky van grunsven and others.
Those that do ride horses with TB blood in them in the dressage ring don't exactly show up to a racing farm and pick out your garden variety TB for a sire or dam. The horses are usually put through a rigorous approval process before they are bred and only the exceptional TBs are accepted, or even tried.
If it can't make it into a stud book it shouldn't be bred IMO
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