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post #1 of 142 Old 03-25-2010, 05:16 PM Thread Starter
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New Buckskin Stallion :)

This is cruise. He is a 2 year old registered paint stallion. Sorry the pictures are not the best. Any critiques.?.
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post #2 of 142 Old 03-25-2010, 05:28 PM
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I'm not trying to offend you, but I think you should geld him.

IMO, horses should not be bred unless they have OUTSTANDING confo or show record.

And, he'd be an adorable gelding! :)
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im not studding him out he's for me.. I want to breed my mare ( for myself ) and I think he's beautiful. He's muddy and has winter fur in theses photos

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post #4 of 142 Old 03-25-2010, 05:43 PM
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I love his trot! He is very pretty.

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post #5 of 142 Old 03-25-2010, 06:11 PM
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im not studding him out he's for me.. I want to breed my mare ( for myself ) and I think he's beautiful. He's muddy and has winter fur in theses photos
Ok? But are you ready to handle the responsibility of a foal? Or of the stallion? Because until he's gelded you will always have to keep him seperate from the mare in case of unwanted babies.

I'm just saying that if you really want a foal, buy one from an auction instead of risking that the foal you create is just another slaughter horse.
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I'm not fond of his front legs, and he seems to have a rather short and skinny neck, but otherwise he's cute. Are you planning to show him at all?
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post #7 of 142 Old 03-25-2010, 06:25 PM
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Holy crap, he's gorgeous. I LOVE buckskins!

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post #8 of 142 Old 03-25-2010, 06:26 PM
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I'm not fond of his front legs, and he seems to have a rather short and skinny neck, but otherwise he's cute. Are you planning to show him at all?
It was hard to tell from the photo's but his front and hind legs looked poor.
He should not be a stallion. Not the conformation to be bred.
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I also see a very short thin neck, he's cute, but not stallion worthy. I don't think he should breed
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post #10 of 142 Old 03-25-2010, 06:55 PM
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Love his color, bet he is very hansome when he sheds out. Two year olds still have a lot of growing to do, could grow into the flaws other posters have pointed out, hard to tell from a few stap shots. Don't listen to the negative comments about not breeding unless your horse is a blue ribbon winner in every show, there is way more to horses than shows and ribbons. I would never get a baby in an auction, never know what your getting, at least you KNOW what your getting when you breed two horses that you have.
It helps to "hide" those posters who all they are concered about is killing off the pleasure horse industry and keeping only the show horses!
Plus, when you purcharse a horse at auction that would have otherwise gone to slaughter you just encourage the " stick a stud in with his mares" breeder who don't care what comes out, afterall he can just "sell to some sucker at an action, right!"
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