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    05-23-2012, 02:53 PM
How well do you know your horse you breed?

I was thinking after smrobs grade horse thread. How well do you know your horses you breed. Im talking like blood, past problems, the way the sires foals are, the way the dams foals are. What is a good cross and a bad cross for them. Do they have a good chance of making it in what you are breeding them for?

Ill start.
My mare has old bloodlines. She has ncha money but not much, and has aqha points and is a great penning/sorting horse. She is a lenas jewels bar, and bob acre doc grand daughter. Her sire was a good cutting horse in the area, BUT his foals arnt good cutter they are way to cowy, and want to chase the cows instead of holding there line. They make amazing penning, sorting, roping horses but not cutters.
Her dam don't have alot of foals yet but they are making great roping, and working cow horses.
There historys don't have any hypp or herda. And my mare has been tested.
But if I bred her for cutting the foal may not work out and be worth as much, but I did breed her to a highbrow cat son that has aqha points in penning and sorting. And the foal will be aqha incentive fund foal. So she will be well looked for in the aqha world because of the incentive funds.
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    05-31-2012, 03:57 PM
I would love to brag about my cross all day xD and I'm bored, so I shall... Opinions are welcome.

Let's start off with the sire, I Got Charisma.
116 offspring - and 32 of them have APHA show records.
#13 right now on the the APHA Leading Sire List for 2012.
CEM, EVA negative. OLWS positive.
Sired by APHA world champion Red Charisma.
2007 World and reserve champion, APHA, PtHA, NSBA.
APHA Honor Roll Sire.
Superior HUS, ROM pleasure driving, ROM hunter hack.
Offspring 2011 Pinto of the Year.

The mare's sire, Real Bonanza
APHA Lifetime Leading Performance Sire
EVA negative, OLWS negative.
Double registered APHA/AQHA
APHA leading halter sire
APHA leading HUS sire
APHA champion
APHA honor roll halter stallion
APHA honor roll western pleasure
Top 10 leading breeders trust winning sire
Sire of 37 world and reserve champions
Equistat leading sire, AQHA & APHA

The mare, Real Sweet Lady
Solid bred paint, double registered AQHA & APHA
Never been ridden or shown.
Proven broodmare - producer of world and reserve champions and futurity winners in western pleasure.
OLWS negative.

A nice all-around cross that I specifically bred for. I know some people dislike the "all-around" horse because they are usually not competitive in particular classes, but I love pattern and trail classes the most, and hopefully a little hunter over fences thrown in, so I don't mind if we don't place at the top of a specialized WP class. The all-around award checks aren't that bad, in my opinion >D
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    05-31-2012, 04:27 PM
I have 2 geldings out of the same stud
AWESOME STETSON. He is half quarter horse half appaloosa. He had hall of famers on both sides. He had King Plaudit-App hall of fame, Miss Meyers-one of the few mares in the Quarter Horse Hall of Fame, Kid Meyers, and the a lot of old horses, Three bars, Leo, Impressive.
The mares are all old bred to, Leo, Impressive, King Plaudit, Skipper W, Prince Plaudit.
Then my other gelding is out of Badger, King Plaudit, Three Bars, Leo, Skipper W, Eclipse, Impressive.

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