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post #1 of 22 Old 07-07-2011, 11:59 PM Thread Starter
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does this mare have good breeding? what can ya tell me?

hi i have a beautiful four year old palomino. her name is skips vanilla accent. she is very very well broke as calm and as sweet as can be. but there is something weird with herfront right shoulder were not sure what it is we think she just cross her right over her left or had walking difficulties and may have stubbled. but shes a good girl.
here is the link to her pedigree.

All Breed Pedigree Query=

tell me everything you know about her pedigree and whos good in her bloodlines and tell me what shes bred for..
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I really don't see any names I recognize in her pedigree, but she's halter bred out the wazoo.
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isnt skip o wrangler decent and classical skipper. what is halter bred? what is that for and well ill never sell her but what do those horses go for?
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Nothing I recognize as being a "big" name until 5 generations back. Based on what photos are available, she looks to have halter breeding - and not good halter breeding... posty hocks and diaper butts from unknown names.


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pics arent even that great to see. i dont know alot about halter breds but i know she stands great to a trailer walks behhind or at my side never has tried to walk in front of me or ahead of me. shes really calm and gentle to ride. shes just a sweetheart
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isnt skip o wrangler decent and classical skipper. what is halter bred? what is that for and well ill never sell her but what do those horses go for?
Classical Skipper is okay at best, and about the only one on there that is.

Halter horses are bred for halter classes where horses are judged by thier conformation.

Her price is going to depend on how well she does in the show ring and how good her conformation actually is.
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pics arent even that great to see. i dont know alot about halter breds but i know she stands great to a trailer walks behhind or at my side never has tried to walk in front of me or ahead of me. shes really calm and gentle to ride. shes just a sweetheart
And halter has nothing really to do with manners or training per se.
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Classical Skipper has some funky rear end conformation....
It's impossible to tell anything about the mare from those tiny photos taken at a weird angle. Based on her pedigree alone... I don't see anything special at all.


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Classical Skipper has some funky rear end conformation....
Now that you mention it, his butt does look funky
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Classical Skipper is okay at best, and about the only one on there that is.

Halter horses are bred for halter classes where horses are judged by thier conformation.

Her price is going to depend on how well she does in the show ring and how good her conformation actually is.

ok thank you a ton. so is halter horses a big thing or what. youd thing being in two different kinda of horse industries i should know more. cause i do western with like barrels and poles and team penning and then i race horses but now i got a halter bred mare. hmmmm. got some horses on my hands haha
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