Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Cariboo, British Columbia
It is your horse and you can do as you as please, but unfortunately breeding is a crapshoot. Look at the flaws of a stallion and all the flaws in the mare you are breeding him to, chances are the baby can inherit all those. Breeding a horse with long pasterns to a horse with short pasterns doesn't give the resulting foal medium ones, more often than not, the offspring will either get long or short ones. If you want to contribute to the horse world and make some coin, geld him, race him until he's solid, manage his shortcomings with the help of preventative veterinary medicine, he will be worth more money than you are going make keeping him intact. Whatever you choose, good luck, he looks well cared for and trained decently.
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