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post #2831 of 7202 Old 03-11-2012, 10:00 PM
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we have a dark bay stud for breeding he has threw 3 colored paint babies and we do have pics of one or 4 of them when he usually thows 3 colored paints is when he breeds a paint horse and he is half way broke his personallity is great he don't bit, kick, buck, rear, comes right to you, can walk him past a mare and doesent throw a huge fit, and is a very nice stud he's fast quick smart quick to learn doesent get in fences he's a very great stud willing to make a trade as a stud fee or some in your budget area so you can afford it or make payments call me at 208-278-5490 stud does not leave our place you'll have to bring your mare and hay for her it's just the family rule botton left pic. Is one of his babies sorry the pics. Are up side down







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What is so special about this boy that he is the one responsible for producing pinto babies when bred to paints?!?
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post #2832 of 7202 Old 03-11-2012, 11:31 PM
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What is so special about this boy that he is the one responsible for producing pinto babies when bred to paints?!?
I hate when mare owners say this too! Aw, she throws paint (or cream or dun)...but only when bred to the right stallion. No duh.
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post #2833 of 7202 Old 03-11-2012, 11:54 PM
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What is up with this horse's knees?! In the last two pics, his knees looks REALLY funky! Not seeing what makes him stallion material, either.

Thoroughbred Stallion 4 sale

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This one isn't dumb...I just can't figure out what color that horse is!

http://phoenix.craigslist.org/wvl/grd/2896499483.html

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I posted this filly last month, but when I posted her before, they were saying she was 18 months...now they're saying she's a 2yo.

http://phoenix.craigslist.org/wvl/grd/2886261677.html

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post #2834 of 7202 Old 03-12-2012, 12:00 AM
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What is so special about this boy that he is the one responsible for producing pinto babies when bred to paints?!?
Well is he also special because...

*he is half way broke
* his personallity is great
*he don't bit, kick, buck, rear
*comes right to you
*can walk him past a mare and doesent throw a huge fit

He is pretty much the perfect stud
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post #2835 of 7202 Old 03-12-2012, 12:01 AM
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DraftyAiresMum--looks extremly over at the knee?? Annd his feet need serious work! Agree with the not needing to be a stallion though.
The other horse seems to be turning grey.
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This one isn't dumb...I just can't figure out what color that horse is!

6 Year Old Ranch Gelding


I think he is just greying out...
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post #2837 of 7202 Old 03-12-2012, 12:03 AM
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Interesting! I've just never seen a colored horse (meaning a horse other than black) going grey before.

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post #2838 of 7202 Old 03-12-2012, 12:08 AM
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The grey's coloring is really cool looking! His back legs also look weird to me, he's kind of camped under (I think that's the term I'm thinking of?). Cute horse though
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It looks like he is in that horrible red clay type of dirt so he may be somewhat stained too...
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post #2840 of 7202 Old 03-12-2012, 12:42 AM
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Interesting! I've just never seen a colored horse (meaning a horse other than black) going grey before.
I have known many. My mom bred two grey Arabian mares to a black QH (he was a heterozygous black) and right back to him on their foal heats. Got two fillies the first year, one black and one sorrel. The next year yielded two chestnut colts. All four went grey like their mothers. I had started a thread about one of the mares and her third foal from being bred to another red based grey Arabian stallion. The mare and all three of her foals were born sorrel/chestnut before turning grey. I have lots of pictures showing their greying out process. Take a look if you want (in post #7, you see what a dark chestnut looks like greying out). Homozygous Grey vs Heterozygous Grey <PIC heavy>
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