Originally Posted by qharabluver
Enzo does not belong to her he is a Arabian here is his website Arabian Stallion ENZO
I do know that arabs have made good crosses with warmbloods that is what I want to do but I do not know how to convince my coach that it would be a good idea
A coach's job is to teach and advise...nothing more. Your best bet is to find a person in your area that knows the local warmbloods that are available and have that person look at your mare. Maybe your mare will not match any and maybe they know of others that will. The reason to have an outsider do this as there will be less of a biased risk with either negative interests or interests that are solely biased.
I could be that if your mare is bred your coach would lose a student for a period of time or could be they are the kind that get stuck on one stud to the exclusion of all others or that they feel the gene pool should remain pure. Or it could be as breeder of your mare they still feel an attachment and secretly want it to go in a predesignated path.
None of the above will give you an unbiased opinion. Remember the mare is yours and if you feel you want to improve upon this mare and decide to breed it then you REALLY need an outside opinion and one that has experience to back up any suggestion they may make.
There are stallion owners that can do this in spite of owning and promoting their stallion so you can try this route also.