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post #11 of 24 Old 01-14-2013, 12:37 PM Thread Starter
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In that picture I had owned her about 2 months and she had already put that much weight on. I know any of my horses situations and what happened til I got them. I have owned most of my mares less than a year and most pictures were taken shortly after got.
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What about the other skinny mares and yearlings (which you are riding)? That doesn't excuse the fact most of your stock is underweight...
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Just Dinero Photos by sanolenapep | Photobucket

I'm sorry, but breeding this mare is a disgrace.
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They were bought that way
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I Did not breed Just Dinero man I bought her from bred her at 2 and rebred her at 3. He also had her nursing several colts when I bought her and the colts. I immediately weaned all foals, she was bought in November and pic was taken that week. we I dont breed until 4.
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So... you are picking up starved rescue cases and using them as breeding stock? I'm sorry, I can't bring myself to applaud you in any of this. Perhaps if you weren't breeding them, I would.
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post #17 of 24 Old 01-14-2013, 12:47 PM
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They were bought that way
Mm no offense.. but IMO, IF you were responsible breeder, you should have taken the time to get your mares up to the proper weight BEFORE they were ever bred. Just because you got them that way doesn't mean they should stay that way.
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First of all, you posted your horses on a discussion forum. So discussion you will get! You want to advertise without discussion, this is not the right place.

It seems you snapped up a bunch of mares and bred them to your stallion to produce foals. Just that. Seeing foals offered in utero for 1000 to 1500$ screams low quality and foal factory. Then seeing thin mares with foal afoot and pregnant again makes it even more look like multiplying, not breeding.
If you want to play with the big guys, act like them....mares in stellar condition, super photos, and advertising at the right places.....everything else is just " wanting to play with the big dogs and not being able to lift the leg to pee yet"......
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I Did not breed Just Dinero man I bought her from bred her at 2 and rebred her at 3. He also had her nursing several colts when I bought her and the colts. I immediately weaned all foals, she was bought in November and pic was taken that week. we I dont breed until 4.
Okay maybe I don't understand english well enough. But from what I can understand here is you bought this mare with two foals nursing on her and pregnant with a third?

How does one mare have two foals on her and pregnant with another? A foal is weaned at six(ish) months. So that means she had a (almost) two year old on her as well as another foal when pregnant with a third?

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Okay maybe I don't understand english well enough. But from what I can understand here is you bought this mare with two foals nursing on her and pregnant with a third?

How does one mare have two foals on her and pregnant with another? A foal is weaned at six(ish) months. So that means she had a (almost) two year old on her as well as another foal when pregnant with a third?
The way I understood that was... The previous owner bred her at 2 yrs old, bred again at 3 yrs old and was a community milk bank for colts when they bought her and the colts.
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