Join Date: May 2009
Location: Mid Northern TN
Perhaps I missed it. But what are you looking to do with the horse? That's more important when choosing a horse or a breed than anything else. As for HYPP and Herda in QH, that's fairly easy to test for and thus avoid even if you don't have the pedigree. It's well and good to have breeds you're keeping an eye out for, but remember- you'll be buying an individual horse, which may or may not match breed standard or stereotypes on any number of points!