Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
• Horses: 0
I think I would save a stud fee, three years of waiting, vet fees, etc...and buy a three year old that I can see the conformation of. Breeding is just taking too many chances, and you may not get anything near what you are hoping for.
You have a nice mare. That way you could have her in competition ( instead of having her out of competition for almost two years) and start the youngster to come in behind her.
Last edited by Allison Finch; 10-17-2011 at 08:12 PM.