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post #1 of 4 Old 11-01-2013, 06:23 PM Thread Starter
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Smile Can anyone recccomend QH breeders..

Hubby and I are still looking for his horse..
We're not in any major hurry to get his horse but can anyone reccomend QH breeders in the Pacific Northwest. We can go into Canada, maybe as far as Alberta. Southwest could be an option as my family lives down there so it wouldn't be outlandish to visit them and a potential horse..

As stated we are in no hurry, but I know for my dog I was on a two year waiting list..
He really wants a buckskin, he is aware not to choose based on colour, but I feel like maybe if I find a breeder I can get a better idea on what traits I would have.. and then he co uld get the colour he wants
This will be a pleasure horse.. I may do some barrells with it, but it would just be for fun.

Also it doesn't have to be QH.. just need a stockier breed as hubby is heavier.

Tell me your recommendations! !! :)
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post #2 of 4 Old 11-01-2013, 09:41 PM
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Two farms come to mind, in the west though.
The first is called Kruse Farm their in Minnasota, have alot of older QH lines and usually a variety of colors as they have a blue roan stud and a palomino stud.

Then Bedonna in Oklahoma, she breeds nice babies with more modern lines geared towards barrels mostly.

Had horses from both places who were nice horses.
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Our red dun mare is out of Command a Buck (an awesome buckskin stallion).

The ranch is Double Tough Ranch. It's in Texas, but I'm sure they can help arrange transport.
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post #4 of 4 Old 11-01-2013, 10:08 PM
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This farm is in northern mississippi, but they have some awesome horses. Mostly they have babies for sale, but they do quite often have older broke horses. Very good solid working bloodlines such as blue valentine and the hancock crew, and almost all of them are roans, duns, or buckskins. I got my roan from them and am very very pleased with her.
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