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post #161 of 166 Old 12-23-2012, 11:52 AM Thread Starter
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EmilyJoy - originally, I was positive that I was going to breed her to a QH or Paint. But once I got thinking about it, I realized that since my goal was to hopefully lighten up the build of the foal and add a bit of height, a QH type wasn't the best option. I ALMOST bred her to a foundation QH last year... but thing is, they really weren't built all that differently - short, stocky, thick.

I'm still a huge QH fan (especially foundation), but for River, I think something taller and lighter is a better option.

That's why I've begun to look at TB's and Warmbloods!
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post #162 of 166 Old 12-23-2012, 11:54 AM Thread Starter
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No, not at all, as that is all I own currently. Other than a couple of ponies, QHs and Appendix's in the past, they are all I have ever owned, and probably ever will. What I am saying is that there are good and bad apples in EVERY breed.

As for color...that is never a good reason to breed and should ALWAYS be the absolute LAST thing on your list when you look at stallions.
I was mostly just poking fun, the way you worded your post sounded like you were infering that unless the colt inherited the Paint side, that it would have a poor temperament.
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post #163 of 166 Old 12-23-2012, 11:55 AM
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Just curious as to what your short list is at this point?
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Color Guard, Goldmaker, Glorioso Noir, State of the Art, Sempatico, Diamond Stud. I posted links in a new thread
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post #165 of 166 Old 12-25-2012, 07:29 PM
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For a dressage prospect, I would be really turned off by how much front end action he has compared to back end. He also seems to be strung out a little behind - that back weight bearing leg seems a good deal back considering how far into the stride he is. The reason I would shy away from him is because both the get they have as examples are showing the exact same thing - flashy in front, not quite right in the back.

However, I am but a novice, sharing what I see. I may be really far off with it, just my observations.

I still like him. I think with the right mare, he makes nice babies.



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post #166 of 166 Old 12-27-2012, 08:06 AM
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UB40 is gorgeous, im partial to a big chestnut though. Looks like he has very nice movement, has a nice show record, as do his offspring, and seems to stamp his get with color and a pretty head.

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