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post #1 of 6 Old 12-23-2009, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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Lacys Corona Paint

That's my mare. Anything worth while in her breeding? I don't know any of those lines, or what they even did.

I wish I could post the little guys lines- Sonny Dee Bar bred, but he's not registered. I believe he's an all around'er?
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Two Eyed Jack, Three Bars, and Jet Deck are all famous, money earning, and well known QH sires.

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^^ Besides those, Night Latch sticks in my head as being a good horse too, though I can't remember what for.

Here we go.
Quarter Horse Directory - Night Latch

And just for fun, here is the info on the ones listed above.
http://qhd.com/horse/stallion.asp?id=2975
http://qhd.com/horse/stallion.asp?id=2972
http://qhd.com/horse/stallion.asp?id=4243

And here is Sonny Dee Bar's info. Yep, nice all around horse. Points in halter and performance, sired race winners and reining horses along with halter champs.
http://qhd.com/horse/stallion.asp?id=2643

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Great. I was expecting someone to say they never herd of her lines. I won't breed her, she's a maiden and I have no experience but do you guys think she's worth breeding based on her line?

She dosent have the best confirmation, she's sort of post legged (not too bad)and has a choppy gait, and has navicular. She's not rideable so if I had to sell her for some reason she would only make someone a ?broodmare? Or companion.
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I personally don't think that I would. Even though her lines are good several generations back, there really isn't anything great in the last few generations. What is really the kicker though is the navicular; it could have been a conformational fault or she may have been genetically predisposed to having it and would pass the higher chances for it on to a foal. I think companion would be the only option. A horse like her would make a wonderful pasture puff.

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What is really the kicker though is the navicular; it could have been a conformational fault or she may have been genetically predisposed to having it and would pass the higher chances for it on to a foal.
Yup. I was taking to my friend about that. Most of the time it is confirmational, combined with a not so good farrier. She would be an ok pleasure horse, she's almost 100% sound for light work, we're working on getting her feet right. She's 100% for walking but not trotting. She loves occasion trail rides. But I havent ridden her since around May. She needs to have a good farrier and consistent trims. Id worry about some people not wanting to invest the money in shoes/ a good farrier in a pasture puff. I guess some people can't afford having a horse done every 4-6weeks. My farrier was telling me some of his clients want to push their horses to 13 weeks!!
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