Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Between two places in Canada!
• Horses: 0
Agreed with the criteria Anebel has listed, but before I'd breed to anything I want to see achievement. As has been rehashed time and time again on this forum, even owners with the best of intentions fall upon hard times when a horse could be offered for sale. Horses with achievement or parental achievement are far easier to market.
Sure, everyone has to start somewhere, but with the amount of incredibly talented, proven horses in today's world, there's no excuse for breeding to an unproven horse no matter how nice, other then "he was cheap".