Originally Posted by MaggiStar
I have put some thought into it and I know I could sell the foal should it not work out.
I am fairly sure I know her weak points and can counteract them wiht the right stally
Wow... really such confidence from some one that has done no breeding (at least that is my understanding).....with the horse economy the way it is right now it is cheaper and you will have better luck getting what you want if you purchase a foal at weanling..........I personally don't think she is breeding material. There are no guarantees regardless of what stallion you pick.
And as a one time breeder having complications with both mare and foal at birth....I would not recommend it to the inexperienced and for those of you who do not have deep pockets.....the first 24 hours cost me a bundle.
I consider myself lucky as I did end up with a great filly with good conformation and nice movement but my mare was fairly correct in her conformation and had won everything in the hunter ring up to 3' in our area.