04-25-2011, 07:30 PM
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Until today, I could truthfully say I'd never seen a bad Andalusian Arab cross. Until today. Unfortunately, that stud seemed to take the absolute worst traits of both breeds and none of the good ones they're known for throwing on crosses.
I know it's not your choice, but I would strongly encourage whoever was thinking of this mating to re-think it. If I may stereotype a bit, just from the looks of his tack, training and rider, he is very much a discount cheap stud, yes?
Sometimes the price says it all.
I can see why you like him, he's very "showy" and "spirited", but unfortunately there is nothing about his conformation that makes him very good at ANY discipline.