07-03-2012, 02:08 PM
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She looks a bit like Top Breeze (look him up :) ).
I really do not like her top line at all. Her back is long and her coupling is weak. She has a dip behind her withers and is built downhill.
Her rear end is nice. Her front end is nice. It is in between she is not so good! Her feet are small and she is a bit light in bone. I wish she had larger knees and hocks.
On the whole, if you are intent on breeding this horse, you need to find an established stud with older progeny on the ground. You need to look at those progeny and try to find something prepotent for a better top line and not so butt high. Some stallions are very prepotent and others not so much (just look at great race horses and how many are duds in the breeding shed!).
There are horses out there that would go well with this girl.. but they will be expensive. The stud fee will be over what that $1800 yearling cost.. but that is what this horse needs.