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    02-27-2014, 10:09 PM
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Roan & Pinto/Paint ?

My friend has this gorgeous Blue Roan stud and I've wanted to breed my paint/pinto mare to him for a couple years. I'm just curious how you think the foal will turn out. I have never bred a mare before so don't know which traits would be more dominant.Thanks.
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    02-27-2014, 10:21 PM
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What has that stallion done to warrant breeding to him?

What has your mare done?

Have they BOTH been tested for genetic disorders? Including OLWS!

Are they both registered?

WHY do you want to breed?

Are you prepared to lose your mare if things go wrong?

What is it about that stud that makes you want to breed your mare to him? That's not a good conformation picture...but quite frankly, he is not attractive. He's scrawny and fine boned. I'm sure there are more faults but cannot see them.

Are you breeding for color? Because that's the only thing you mention in this thread. Breeding for color is not appropriate.

When breeding you take the BEST and breed to the BEST and hope to get something good. Breeding is a crap shoot and there are never any guarantees. There are too many mediocre horses in this world. Don't be another person to add to that population. Too many horses are getting neglected, need to be rescued, and being sent to the killpen.

Sorry to burst your bubble and be a downer, but it's the sad truth of the world.

Buy a foal if you want the baby experience...don't breed.
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    02-27-2014, 10:49 PM
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Wow. Excuse me but that had nothing to do with my post. It is none of your business why I want to breed MY mare. I can breed my horse every year for the next ten years if I want too not that I am but it has nothing to do with you. And the only reason I am even making this thread is for color so why mention anything else. Hence the reason it is in "Horse Colors and Genetics".
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    02-27-2014, 10:53 PM
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Trained
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Originally Posted by CLaPorte432    
What has that stallion done to warrant breeding to him?

What has your mare done?

Have they BOTH been tested for genetic disorders? Including OLWS!

Are they both registered?

WHY do you want to breed?

Are you prepared to lose your mare if things go wrong?

What is it about that stud that makes you want to breed your mare to him? That's not a good conformation picture...but quite frankly, he is not attractive. He's scrawny and fine boned. I'm sure there are more faults but cannot see them.

Are you breeding for color? Because that's the only thing you mention in this thread. Breeding for color is not appropriate.

When breeding you take the BEST and breed to the BEST and hope to get something good. Breeding is a crap shoot and there are never any guarantees. There are too many mediocre horses in this world. Don't be another person to add to that population. Too many horses are getting neglected, need to be rescued, and being sent to the killpen.

Sorry to burst your bubble and be a downer, but it's the sad truth of the world.

Buy a foal if you want the baby experience...don't breed.
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Anytime breeding is brought up on this forum these questions will be asked. If you didn't want to hear them don't ask breeding related questions.
     
    02-27-2014, 10:57 PM
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Foal
I understand that but half of her post had nothing to do with my thread. I do not have to explain every single thing about each horse. I haven't decided to breed I was just asking opinions on breeding a Roan and paint. Out of curiosity.
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    02-27-2014, 10:58 PM
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Trained
Is either animal registered?
     
    02-27-2014, 11:01 PM
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Foal
And to be honest her post came off extremely rude. Saying too many horses are neglected and such. I already know that and have donated to several horse sanctuary's. If I want to breed my mare it shouldn't matter to anyone else.


All I want is an opinion on the color combination that's it. -.-
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    02-27-2014, 11:02 PM
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Foal
No, both are full blooded Tennessee Walkers. My mare could be registered I just never felt the need unless I was to breed her or something that needed it.
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    02-27-2014, 11:02 PM
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Originally Posted by iHugZombies    
And to be honest her post came off extremely rude. Saying too many horses are neglected and such. I already know that and have donated to several horse sanctuary's. If I want to breed my mare it shouldn't matter to anyone else.


All I want is an opinion on the color combination that's it. -.-
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My question about registration or not will make a different answer as part of it has to do with registration requirements.
     
    02-27-2014, 11:03 PM
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Foal
Actually the stud probably is I just never asked his owner.
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