I am not irresponsible.
If was was to breed him, the foals will be worth something.
My friend owns his sire, dam, and siblings.
They are all very good, well mannered horses.
Who have made it pretty far in shows, and barrel races.
I would not be breeding for no reason.
If I even decide to breed.
I will not geld him. He is just fine as a stallion.
I have enough experience to handle him.
The person I bought him from is the only one I will breed too.
It was the deal when I bought him.
He gets breeding rights.
I will not breed to anyone else.
It was only a thought that I didn't expect to act on.
My friend's stud is 25 years old. (Hotrod's sire)
Hotrod is the last stud with the Jesse James bloodline in Ohio.
I made a deal to not cut off that bloodline.
I will only give breeding to Hotrod's previous owner.
He is taking the risk.
Hotrod is my Barrel Racing prospect.
That's all I wanted to use him for.
Some trail riding, and shows on the side.
That horse is my best friend, and we have quite the bond.
He is quite sound thank you very much.
I have only been on his back twice.
I was not planning on getting on him until spring.
I know better then that.
His sister was broke the same way.
She is a healthy, and sound 4 year old.