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        08-25-2011, 11:41 AM
      #21
    Yearling
    Ohhhh, okay. And this effects what on a horse or should my lazy butt just read the link you posted? Haha A few posts above this the OP said they saw a horse had an episode...is it like neurological? Actually Ill read the link. So lazy today.
         
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        08-25-2011, 11:44 AM
      #22
    Trained
    It would probably just be easier to read the link. There is a lot of information on HYPP that would make more sense than me trying to explain it.
         
        08-25-2011, 11:46 AM
      #23
    Yearling
    Read it, and it sounds awful. OP it sounds very smart of you to be cautious about not breeding him because of this disease.
         
        08-25-2011, 11:48 AM
      #24
    Weanling
    Im glad im not the only one who has had same confussion lol I have a bay overo mare and her mother was on sight, almost identical color as yours. On her papers she is buckskin, "quincy's approval" is her name they call her mocha..i couldnt see the buckskin, actually argued w/my hubby about it because I said she was buckskin (cuz of papers) and he thought I was hav'n a mental moment lol...just say'n you not alone :)
         
        08-25-2011, 11:50 AM
      #25
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by nicole25    
    Read it, and it sounds awful. OP it sounds very smart of you to be cautious about not breeding him because of this disease.

    He is really golden, but Thanks- I think he's pretty too haha. & yeah, I have no problem owning him- but he's already here haha. I wouldn't go making more of them ;) But yeah, it is horrible IF it happens. Thank god my family never has but I've seen it & it's sad :(
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        08-25-2011, 11:51 AM
      #26
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by NdAppy    
    Not impression gene. A stallion named Impressive passed on a genetic disease known as HYPP. Index
    I love how you have links & such for everything haha. Since I've been on here just going thru threads, you share so much knowledge!
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        08-25-2011, 11:59 AM
      #27
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by jannette    
    im glad im not the only one who has had same confussion lol I have a bay overo mare and her mother was on sight, almost identical color as yours. On her papers she is buckskin, "quincy's approval" is her name they call her mocha..i couldnt see the buckskin, actually argued w/my hubby about it because I said she was buckskin (cuz of papers) and he thought I was hav'n a mental moment lol...just say'n you not alone :)

    Haha! Right? I was like, he doesn't seem buckskin to me. The creme & brown I can see & I guess they just call it buckskin because they have no name. I'm horrible with different color variations & such tho, so I wasn't sure that's why I hadda check lol.
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        08-25-2011, 12:03 PM
      #28
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    I have an impressive bred horse to my barrel horse Sonnys Butch Cassidy luckily he and his sire and his sire's sire were all HYPP negative but we still had him tested to be sure even though we weren't planning on breeding him. I'd say out of all my horses he is the best he is so sweet and anyone can ride him. Are you going to leave your horse a stud or are you going to geld him since your aren't planning on breeding him. I was just curious since I personally don't trust stallions. Even the sweet ones can surprise you.
         
        08-25-2011, 12:16 PM
      #29
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Peppy Barrel Racing    
    I have an impressive bred horse to my barrel horse Sonnys Butch Cassidy luckily he and his sire and his sire's sire were all HYPP negative but we still had him tested to be sure even though we weren't planning on breeding him. I'd say out of all my horses he is the best he is so sweet and anyone can ride him. Are you going to leave your horse a stud or are you going to geld him since your aren't planning on breeding him. I was just curious since I personally don't trust stallions. Even the sweet ones can surprise you.
    I think that bloodline is all so sweet (& gorgeous) but I could be prejudiced haha! I do hafta admit, I like the peppy line too- awesome movers for barrels/reiners & such. :)
    Well, now see here is where I might get heat. He's five- not too old but I hate gelding stallions late. I just feel unfair. He is a gentlemen & I personally don't have a trust issue with stallions. Some, but I've always had a love for a stallion. My grandparents had a bunch wen I was growing up, all sweethearts- I'm just a doggie for them. I do have the room to keep him separate, he does go out with geldings & is fine with that, I've rode him around mares & he doesn't even act like a stud. Only when you put a chain on his nose, from what I hear (like I said I never bred him) does he act like one. Still, it is a risk, so I'm unsure yet. It may sound dumb but it's like a moral thing in my own mind right now. I probably will geld him tho bc I wanna do barrels with him, & rules are rules & many are againststuds in a show ring, plus my cousin loves him, & handles him well but she's only 15 so she wouldn't be able to show him. So chances are, he's going to be gelded but only because he's probably going to be shown- not just bc I don't trust him or whatever. I can handle stallion attitude, (which I have yet to see haha) but like I said, it might just be the best choice.
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        08-25-2011, 12:18 PM
      #30
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    Trained
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    Originally Posted by QH Gunner    
    So chances are, he's going to be gelded but only because he's probably going to be shown- not just bc I don't trust him or whatever. . . . But like I said, it might just be the best choice.
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    Good for you!
         

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