Ages: Foals-6 year olds (perhaps one or two broodmares?)
Colors: Young stock are all buckskins [brownskins] or smokey blacks (sensing a krazy kolor breeder here?)
Training: Foals and yearlings are untouched and 2 year olds just getting trained. Everything on up is 'broke' (I'm not very fond of the methods used, and there's lots of holes but I'll get to that later)
Showing: A few of the 5 and 6 year olds have been team roped off of.
Height: Most average between 14-15.2 hands and there are 4 quarter ponies (not sure on how many foals this year!)- one is around 12 hands and the others are around 13 hands (1-3 years)
Personality: With the exception of one or two (one in particular) they're all very level headed, sweet horses. Not an overly dominant horse in the group. I could see them all making great beginner horses with more regular work as they aren't one to challenge you for authority.
Registered Status: All are reg. Quarter horses with the exception of the ponies and 2 colts and all are cow-horse bred except the 2 colts who are packing some major barrel bloodlines (and the speed), but for some reason the breeder didn't register? (Mare and stallion both have papers?)
Now, I want to get these guys listed some where. Would you make a Facebook page or a website? Breeder plans on continuing to breed (and you can't talk him out of it) and has absolutely no space. I know the basics of placing an ad:
- conformation photos (in a clean area during the right time of day with well groomed horses)
- showing (if they have)
Is there any thing else I would need to include? Any tips? There's quite a few average horses, and I don't want the few exceptional horses to get lost in the mountain of average. All in all there's 30+ head
*The questionable horse I was speaking about above was one of those roping horses, but he was ridden by an idiot and needs a lot of work on temperament and riding now because he's become very hot. It's a shame too because he's a really nice horse.
Thanks if you managed to read all that!