Originally Posted by Joppatrailrider
his sister is spayed :) sorry forgot to mention that but I will take correct pictures of him today! Thank you for the advice! And I do agree, I was looking at his pictures and he doesn't have anything spectacular about him, at least not for a breeding stalllion, but I do think he is pretty :).
Yes he is pretty, and he has a great tail. Why have the stress and added work of an "okay" stallion that might get bred twice a year when you can have an amazing gelding. These days, with the economy the way it is, the stud has to have it all...conformation, pedigree, show record, personality and a proven producer.
My favorite saying I think of when looking at colts..........."How do you ruin a great gelding? Keep him a stud."