Originally Posted by Nightside
I don't think anyone is being negative about your filly being N/H. What's done is done and all you can do is take care of her to the best of your abilities, as it seems you are trying to do. It isn't a wise choice in my book to knowingly breed N/H horses but no one said your filly would never amount to anything. Just that the stallion owner is a dunce.
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I agree - I think you're doing an excellent job already by seeking advice, and being as wise as any horse owner should! Impressive is my QH's grandsire, and although she's N/N, I still believe in 'as natural as possible' for my horse's feed, (through trial and error when I first became a horse owner, believe me
!) - but when it all boils down to it, if we keep their lives as uncomplicated as possible with our 'human additives' and let them feed as nature would intend, it's all for the better in the long run :)