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        11-25-2012, 10:40 AM
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    Handsome boy and so nice to know you have done so much with him. Is that a club foot I see in the rear? I love his kind and smiling face. He looks like one happy fellow.

    While I wouldn't consider him stallion quality, he's a whole lot better than hundreds of others on this forum, which people do breed.

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        11-25-2012, 01:20 PM
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    Originally Posted by spurstop    
    Have his feet been done recently?
    Maybe 2 weeks ago. We did his feet a little differently and gave him more of a break-over this time because he was resting on his toes when standing and being "stubby" in the trot.
         
        11-25-2012, 01:24 PM
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    Is he gelded? Might be one that should not have been if he has been.
    I have always believed he is a crypt. But yeah he was gelded... I have watched him mount many mares (and geldings), the vet didn't have much to say on the subject. He goes out with geldings so It doesn't matter.

    He can be very studly, talking to the mares sweetly and being very protective of them but never violent. A child can handle him.
         
        11-25-2012, 01:31 PM
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    Foal
    Also, he is eleven years old.


    I do wish he was a stallion. Not for breeding to outside people, just for my own foal. This way I could always have a horse like him. Fortunately his father probably has over 200 foals. He's getting into his twenties but I promised I would buy a foal from the breeder once I have the money.


    This is his dad. I don't know why that site says he has so few foals...I've seen the real records! He's got allot of babies.



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