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        07-01-2010, 02:48 AM
    If you want a stud prospect I suggest finding a much, much nicer stud. This guy is cute, but doesn't really look like an arab to me. He's not typey, he has a thick throatlatch, and his neck ties in very low making it look very thick. I'm also not too fond of his hind end, though I can't pinpoint what it is. He would be a much cuter gelding.

    I actually had to read until I saw the SCID clear part before I knew he was an arab. Keep looking if you want a foal that's going to be a stud prospect.
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        07-01-2010, 04:34 AM
    If you want a stud whats your mares breeding? /there is no real interest in that kind of stud now when you can get niceIf your mare has no nice lines I personally woudnt breed for stud
        07-01-2010, 05:30 AM
    Agree with all above , I don't think this stud will throw nice foals with your mare. You may get lucky but there is a huge chance the foal will have a short fat neck - as you mare has a short slightly upside down neck and the stud is very thick the whole way through his neck.

    I do like him though.... He would make beautiful solid Anglo Arabians ( T-bred X Arabian) !

    I think that is why they mention on his page " We believe he would be an excellent cross onto a sport pony type mare or smaller warmblood mare for dressage or combined driving offspring"

    For you mare I would try to find a stud with an exceptional & long swan like neck, Along with good confirmation , you should get a winner.

    Both mare and stallion have to complement each other for the best chance of getting a well conformed foal.
        07-01-2010, 01:27 PM
    I agree with the others. I looked at the photos and I was like what breed is this horse??? I finally saw it was an arab. Imo, that stud would make a better gelding. Find something better especially since you want a high quality arab.
        07-01-2010, 11:55 PM
    OKay thanks guys I have found a farm with fancy nice arab stallions that have won many national shows and international etc. but im still looking into them so watch for a post on them!!! Thanks!!

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