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post #1 of 11 Old 04-23-2009, 06:58 PM Thread Starter
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What stallion??

I want to breed my mare someday and then keep the foal. Shes a tb from racing lines heres her pedigree http://www.equineline.com/Free-5X-Pedigree.cfm?page_state=ORDER_AND_CONFIRM&referenc e_number=6078060&registry=T&horse_name=Remarkably& dam_name=Wild%20One&foaling_year=2001&nicking_stat s_indicator=Y
I not planning on breeding her for sometime. But what should I keep in mind and what lines or types of horses do you think would fit well with hers?


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post #2 of 11 Old 04-23-2009, 07:08 PM
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It really all depends on what you want to do with the baby. What kind(s) of riding do you do? Also, everyone has their favorites, you just need to decide what breed(s) you like best.
I am a Paint lover. My gelding is out of a TB racing mare. He is 16.3, good height for me being 6ft tall, yet he is chunkier than a TB and not "hot" like TB's can be. In fact, his nick name is Forrest LOL
That's just my example :)
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for me i would breed her to a cow or race bred QH and get a barrel horse baby lol, but thats cuz i like barrel racing. It would depend on what you woudl want to use the baby for.

quarter horses.....simply the best
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It really all depends on what you want to do with the baby. What kind(s) of riding do you do? Also, everyone has their favorites, you just need to decide what breed(s) you like best.
I am a Paint lover. My gelding is out of a TB racing mare. He is 16.3, good height for me being 6ft tall, yet he is chunkier than a TB and not "hot" like TB's can be. In fact, his nick name is Forrest LOL
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for me i would breed her to a cow or race bred QH and get a barrel horse baby lol, but thats cuz i like barrel racing. It would depend on what you woudl want to use the baby for.
Well I would do jumpers and hunters and equitation.
I love hanoverians and would love to get a stallion for showing then breed him to my mare.
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Triss he sure is pretty! Pretty price tag too ;)
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Triss he sure is pretty! Pretty price tag too ;)
I know I love him!

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Sir Sinclair from Iron Spring Farm is really nice. I want to breed my mare to him :) he's nice and refined and seems to have a really good head on his shoulders for being a stallion and being fairly young.

UB-40 is nice too. He's from ISF as well

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Your mare is gorgeous!
If you can't afford the price tag of a warmblood stud, but want to add some bulk and mellower attitude like those, there are alot of nice, correct quarter horse studs out there. If you look for a background of "foundation" lines, you can get a bigger boned horse when crossed with thrbd mares, just watch for good feet on the stud. And alot of them have refreshingly great attitudes(former thoroughbred convert here). You would also be looking at a prospect more for the equitation and hunter than jumper, as the qhs dont have that springloaded rearend for jumping(just jumping forward) that warmbloods do. But of course, its all generalities-I would just encourage you to determine the physical and mental characteristics you need to complement your lovely mare, and keep an open mind on where you will find those traits-after that its all a krapsshoot! Good Luck
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Well I would do jumpers and hunters and equitation.
I love hanoverians and would love to get a stallion for showing then breed him to my mare.
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Reasonable bloodlines with some lines with doubtful results...(Abgar) but too many areas of "OK" lines.

For an all rounder hunter/jumper/equitation (based on temperment) Ironman is overall better.

Also is proven in these fields.
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post #10 of 11 Old 04-26-2009, 04:42 PM
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How, HOW you make her so shiny?? Can't comment on breeding, but she's lovely.
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