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post #1 of 8 Old 03-28-2009, 08:29 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Potential BUY!!!! Paint stud colt!!!! NEED OPINIONS!!!

I am looking at this little guy. He is a paint stud colt registered APHA I think or AQHA have to ask them. His dad is a foundation Quarter horse. Bloodlines have Fritz comand King Fritz on papers need to get the mares bloodlines as well.
They are asking $500 is that a good deal?
What exactly is foundation quarter horse???
I dont know how much I like him right now cause I am really confused on what I want to do so as far as discipline goes. I know this guy is probably more suitable for reining and stuff like that.

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post #2 of 8 Old 03-28-2009, 09:28 PM
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He is cute, but I can't tell you anything about his conformation.

IMO, foundation QH are the best. They are what a QH is supposed to be.
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post #3 of 8 Old 03-28-2009, 09:35 PM Thread Starter
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Ok thanks=) I think I might go for an older horse now... I keep changing my mind on wether I want to raise a baby or get a three year old and start it and since right now I am horseless I really want to start riding again so I am going to look at three year olds and maybe even older than three.
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Ok thanks=) I think I might go for an older horse now... I keep changing my mind on wether I want to raise a baby or get a three year old and start it and since right now I am horseless I really want to start riding again so I am going to look at three year olds and maybe even older than three.
You had quite a few horses a couple of months ago. What happened to them all?

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That is going to be one stocky horse when full grown.
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I agree Spyder, he is very wide for a baby already!
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That is going to be one stocky horse when full grown.
I think that's the foundation quarter horse.


Foundation Bred Quarter Horse - Why Buy?
Foundation Quarter Horse Breed Standard
Foundation Quarter Horse Article


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I tried calling the owner like 6 times and left messages and she didnt call back. They were all from the same breeder.
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