|Jacksmama ||01-30-2012 09:33 AM |
? about QH bloodlines
My boyfriend and I are possibly looking at a 7 month old blue roan filly and I would like some input on her bloodlines. She is Hancock and Skipper bred. What do you think? Thanks:)
|NdAppy ||01-30-2012 10:07 AM |
That tells us nothing really. What is her pedigree? Who is her sire? who is her dam?
|trainerunlimited ||01-30-2012 12:03 PM |
I've ridden just a couple handcock horses and didn't like them very much. They seem to not get as soft in their faces and need repeated lessons to get something you are training them to "stick and stay" in their brains, but several people love em, so just your opinion I guess. Skipper W bred horses however, are very, very trainable and learn quickly with a good attitude, from the horses I have messed with. I am sure other people will have a different opinion that varies greatly, lol!
|feistymomma ||01-30-2012 12:09 PM |
My father's QH is Skipper bred and he is super nice. I have always liked Skipper QH's.
|Dreamcatcher Arabians ||01-30-2012 12:14 PM |
I have a Skipper W bred stallion and he's one of the easiest stallions I've ever handled. Very trainable, friendly and trusting.
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