do buy a horse because of the breed or bloodline?

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do buy a horse because of the breed or bloodline?

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    08-24-2007, 05:05 PM
do buy a horse because of the breed or bloodline?

I couldnt care less! If it does the job then I will love it forever! I can understand if you are realy serious, a lady at my yard will only buy argentinius blood lines! Are do like some breeds more than others and dislike afew, but other than that im not to botherd! I don't even know what breed my pny is! Lol
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    08-28-2007, 04:14 PM
It depends.
I go for a specific breed when looking for a horse, but if it's really great all-around, then the bloodline doesn't really matter to me. ;)
    08-29-2007, 08:01 AM
To me it doesnt really matter ither but there are some people out there that just want good bloodlines and others out there for breeds but then ya hav some that are for both.

Mostly because you will find that they are in it for good money and that's were breeds and good bloodlines come in hand.

But if ya like most horseie peps then you wnt really care coz you luv all ur horses loads and you could never put a price on what you luv.
Yeh I do lik some breeds more than others but at the end of the day there all horses that just want to be luved.
    08-29-2007, 11:42 AM
I buy a horse becasue of it's skills, personality and trainability
    08-31-2007, 01:19 PM
I show AQHA, so of course i'm going to buy a horse because of it's breed and broodlines, which would mean I look for a well bred Quarter Horse.
    08-31-2007, 07:48 PM
breed or bloodline

I love all breeds of horses but I have bought a couple paint fillies when they were just weaned because of their bloodlines and because they were paints. I also picked them because of the personality of the stud and mare. I guess it just depends what your looking for and what you want it to do. As long as you have the love for horses and there taken care of it is your choice.[/b]
    09-06-2007, 11:42 AM
I agree with Willow, I bought my horses because of their personalities and abilities, whatever breed they were was just sort of secondary. A great horse is a great horse to me!
    09-06-2007, 07:30 PM
Originally Posted by Zippolympic Chip
I show aqha, so of course i'm going to buy a horse because of it's breed and broodlines, which would mean I look for a well bred Quarter Horse.
i can tell why you like zippolympic chip so much. Do you own that horse? He must have great bloodlines

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