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I was woundering what you guys think she would be good at and if i would ever me able to breed her or not idk just want some opinions on my horse and what you guys think. does she have good confermation?
None of these are very good critique pictures,she needs to be standing square in at least two pictures, with maybe fron and behind photos. :)
why would you want to breed her?
i want to breed her to have a peace of her someday.
According to your profile of Misty, she is a rescue horse. Why in the world would you breed a rescue horse?
She's very cute, I love her color!
She isn't a very typey arabian.
From what I can see she has a fairly long back with a weak hind and a long, weak loin. She has high withers. I like where her neck ties in. Her head isn't super typey, but she has a cute face. She has nice, straight front legs, a tad sickle-hocked in the back. Her pastern angle looks pretty good. Her shoulders are a tad upright, but not too bad.
I would not breed this mare, but she has nothing terrible wrong with her.
im not really good at the questions but i wanted to let you know she is a really pretty horse (: i have one that looks a lot like her
She is a cutie, and looks like a nice all around type mare. My first horse was very similar looking, and we did a bit of everything! I agree with the others who say don't breed her. . . I'd only breed a horse with amazing conformation, who was super talented at whatever discipline you ride/show in. There are already so many horses in the world, that in my opinion only the best of the best should be bred. Also, raising a baby is a lot of work and money!! I love Misty's face- very cute, and I think her legs are strong and solid looking. Have fun with her!
She has pretty decent comformation, nothing terribly wrong with her... If you were to breed her make sure you find a stallion that will fix her conformation faults. I don't agree with backyard breeding, however if you do it RESPONSIBLY and are prepared, theres no reason why you can't breed her. Her being a rescue has nothing to to do with it. If I had a young mare I'd probably do the same, it makes sense that you want to sort of keep her with you.
Her being a rescue DOES have something to do with it. If she were adopted from a rescue group, I can guarantee that she is on a no-breeding contract.
Because she is a rescue, she most likely has no information on this horse's background- her breeding, her pedigree, her health issues. She isn't registered.
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