Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: New South Wales, Australia
I don't exactly know what the question is...
But if you don't want your horse I don't think you should breed it. There are plenty of lovely horses out there, and by the time you've raised your foal it will probably have been cheaper to buy a three year old.
Look at why you want to sell your horses. If you don't know what the reasons are, buying another horse might not solve your problems. Perhaps you're just looking for a bigger horse, or maybe your horses aren't good at your discipline, or maybe you just want something new. Before going out, selling your horses, and buying more, make sure you know what your motivations are.
Your instructor is just someone you pay to teach you. Its a business arrangement. If she is your friend as well, I guess its different, but you should do what you want to do. Look at her advice though, perhaps breeding your mare to a warmblood isn't practical. Consider all available information and be decisive in your actions.