12-28-2012, 03:12 PM
| || |
If the horse dose not have the pedigree I would not even consider it regardless of conformation. I would take a horse with some flaws with a out standing pedigree before I would take a horse with very good conformation and no pedigree or a no name pedigree. With the exception being a gelding who was already winning at what I wanted to do with him and at the level I wanted to compet at.