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        07-07-2010, 10:39 AM
      #11
    Foal
    This girl dosn't want to breed her to get a show horse, if she was then yes it would be much better to have all the information. She dosn't need to be registered to find if she has health issues, it part of responsible breeding to get a vet to check her out.

    In the case that there is a no-breeding contract then yes that does present an issue, because she would be breaking that contract.
         
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        07-07-2010, 10:50 AM
      #12
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    Originally Posted by Deerly    
    But you have her now! :) Enjoy her to the fullest and keep her as healthy and happy as possible. When it comes time for you to get a new horse, maybe consider continuing her legacy by finding another rescue who needs a good home.
    I think this is the best advice ever!
         
        07-07-2010, 12:50 PM
      #13
    Yearling
    She looks like a cute mare that you should be able to enjoy for many years :) What are your plans for her?
         
        07-07-2010, 12:58 PM
      #14
    Showing
    That's an Arabian? Seriously, coulda fooled me, and I've had Arabs for 32 years. Not at all a stellar or even good example of the breed.

    Don't see any reason to breed a subpar animal just because her owner wants a 'peace' of her.

    An even more compelling reason not to breed her, besides her less than perfect conformation, is that we shouldn't be breeding rescue horses. I certainly hope whatever rescue gave her the animal made sure they have an ironclad, no-breeding contract.

    Nothing about that mare screams quality to me. She's probably a very nice horse who makes her owner happy, but that's no reason to breed her.
         
        07-07-2010, 01:53 PM
      #15
    Foal
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    Originally Posted by Speed Racer    
    That's an Arabian? Seriously, coulda fooled me, and I've had Arabs for 32 years. Not at all a stellar or even good example of the breed.

    Don't see any reason to breed a subpar animal just because her owner wants a 'peace' of her.

    An even more compelling reason not to breed her, besides her less than perfect conformation, is that we shouldn't be breeding rescue horses. I certainly hope whatever rescue gave her the animal made sure they have an ironclad, no-breeding contract.

    Nothing about that mare screams quality to me. She's probably a very nice horse who makes her owner happy, but that's no reason to breed her.
    Amen.

    Only horses of superb conformation and quality traits /should/ be bred. Doesn't always happen as you see but that's the way it should be. Why pass on undesirable traits? If you want a piece of the horse, take a length of tail or mane and have it made into a bracelet or something.
         
        07-08-2010, 11:45 PM
      #16
    Weanling
    Its not a definate thing I want to do I was just woundering if I ever wanted to would it be a good thing or bad thing. I'm only 16 if I did ever want to breed her it would be when she's older and i'm older. Which isn't the best there.



    I'm probally going to train her for dressage and western plesure to but more dressage i'm more into english riding. My friend said she has a beautiful extended trot
         

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