Join Date: May 2011
Location: Chino Valley, AZ
Would need confo pics in order to really determine if he's stud material. There are so many average stallions out there with okay confo that are "good-looking" and have a good temperament, that adding another to the market probably isn't a great idea. To me, in order for a horse to be stud material, it has to be the COMPLETE package, meaning it has to have stellar conformation, good looks, good temperament and good bloodlines. If the horse is missing ANY of those things, it needs to be a gelding. JMHO.
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