- - What do yall think?!
|bubba13 ||04-15-2011 01:52 PM |
He's a cool color but he's not stallion quality, and there would be absolutely no guarantees of Appaloosa patterning in the foal. Geld.
|NdAppy ||04-15-2011 02:25 PM |
Ditto what bubba said.
|hflmusicislife ||04-16-2011 02:57 PM |
The pictures are kind of hard to see, but I'd still geld. Especially if he has no shows record and hasn't "proven" himself. Very cool color though :)
|TTristan788 ||04-16-2011 03:33 PM |
click on them they'll expand
|hflmusicislife ||04-16-2011 03:35 PM |
:oops: Well I'm a genius...
|JustDressageIt ||04-16-2011 03:41 PM |
Get him and have him gelded before he sets hoof on the property. He will add nothing of value to any foal.
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|TTristan788 ||04-16-2011 04:17 PM |
ok, well if yall dont mind me asking "why"
|JustDressageIt ||04-16-2011 04:27 PM |
He is, quite simply, a conformational trainwreck. He has an extremely weak hind end, weak pasterns, and one of the worst ewe necks I've seen recently. His shoulder is giant compared to the rest of him, and his neck is really really thick. He should be gelded yesteryear.
Based on that one photo, the mare's hind legs really worry me.
|Spastic_Dove ||04-16-2011 04:34 PM |
They're not the best pictures, but I don't like the way he is put together enough to want to pass it on. I don't like the way his neck ties in at all, but some of that could be the way he's standing.
The mare seems to have a weak hind end, (which doesn't look like the stud would help with) and I don't like her shoulder.
Both are cute though and I wouldn't turn them away as non-breeding riding horses.
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