Originally Posted by PrincessBarbie
You taught me something new I didn't know that most mares squat when urinating.I thought the only time they squat is when the are in season.I am not going to let Sedrick the mule get with her because 1)She needs to gain more weight and make sure she is in healthy condition before having a foal,2) She has to be full grown.I have different plans for my horse.I am going to breed her to a high dollar Tennessee Walker one that is gentle and one that has championship bloodline later on.I will answer your questions when I get to a computer someone had stole my computer that I had.I am going to get me a brand new one.Thank you for the advice
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Why in the world are you even fantasizing about breeding this poor, hungry looking animal? You say you don't have time for lessons. You feed her hardly any hay, and you're "learning", Which is great, but its At Your Horses Expense!
Inexperienced people like you..and I for that matter....SHOULD NOT BE BREEDING. And that horse would probably die if she was bred in her condition. If you don't have time for lessons or mare care, how would you have time for ensuring a healthy foal?!
I am very afraid for your horse. **** thing deserves a serious break in life....