I'm not really opposed to anyone breeding as long as their responsiable about it. Not breeding a walker to a QH and so forth. And they have plans for the foal. If they plan to sell it, make sure it will be something people want to buy. And if it's something they don't want, don't dump it at the auction. I've known two very beautiful Bredding stock Paint geldings whose breeding farms dumped one at the auction as a weanling and the other was just put out on a dry lot and neglected. These horses were built very nicely, one won a halter class. They came from registered parents, but were never registered or wanted because they had no color. Luckily for them their now loved even if they carry no color. But my point is, breeders need to do something with all of their foals, have a plan for them all.