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post #11 of 53 Old 04-24-2013, 08:38 PM Thread Starter
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what is a "jutland" ? Do you mean shetland as in pony ? If he is not registered NOW, and you breed, his foals may not be able to be registered .. you should not list him as a registered horse until you have his papers in hand..
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I don't believe you are reading correctly. He is tested. When I bred him he was registered. He is currently in the process of being registered, meaning next spring he will be registered for breeding. A Jutland, is a draft horse. It is a breed.
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post #12 of 53 Old 04-24-2013, 08:53 PM
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He's currently in the process of actually going through. The previous owner before us didn't care to re-register him, and he also didn't sign his papers.
If I read this right, he IS registered with the APHA, but previous transfers were never done, so he is not registered to you. In any case, you can't get a breeding certificate from the APHA until that is corrected and he has his stallion listing, so to be upfront, please make sure that anyone interested knows that.

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If I read this right, he IS registered with the APHA, but previous transfers were never done, so he is not registered to you. In any case, you can't get a breeding certificate from the APHA until that is corrected and he has his stallion listing, so to be upfront, please make sure that anyone interested knows that.
As I said, When I bred him to MY mare, he was registered to the owner that had him before the man before us bought him. He's been passed through family members. As of now, he's only up for 2014. So I do infact have a breeding certificate to the foal about to hit the ground. He hasn't been bred since my mare was bred. We just recently put him up, and until I get him back in the arena we won't get many interested for 2014, just close friends who would like a patterened foal. If they don't want to register, than he is bred to their mare. If they want to register, they can only breed or AI in 2014.
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My point exactly. Breeding unproven, grade horses for color... headdesk**
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My point exactly. Breeding unproven, grade horses for color... headdesk**
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Breeding Unproven? Grades? Those are the owners of the mares choices, I get paid a stud fee. So let him cover, if they don't show why does it matter? Not everyone registers horses or shows or wants them for lineage.
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The problem is there are thousands of colored horses out there as well as I colored being neglected and shipped to slaughter because of people like you. The whole just let him breed just because they want to causes the over breeding
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The problem is there are thousands of colored horses out there as well as I colored being neglected and shipped to slaughter because of people like you. The whole just let him breed just because they want to causes the over breeding
Because of people like me? Who lets a person breed their mare to my stallion because they want the experience with a foal? Also i've studied slaughter. Most are mules, donkeys, ponies and also horses without a large amount of fat such as roping horses or barrel horses. Horses bought at auction by kill buyers or horses stolen. So once again enlighten me on how many colored horses are sent to slaughter because of "People like me" whom do not have a big time stallion I can charge large bills for to breed?
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Breeding Unproven? Grades? Those are the owners of the mares choices, I get paid a stud fee. So let him cover, if they don't show why does it matter? Not everyone registers horses or shows or wants them for lineage.
I go completely opposite campaining my stlion. I only breed to certain breeds, and I've turned down $1500 breedings due to poor conformation.
I want his foals to be a better version of himself, so I'm EXTREMELY picky about the mares I will let him cover.
But we are free to make our own choices.

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I go completely opposite campaining my stlion. I only breed to certain breeds, and I've turned down $1500 breedings due to poor conformation.
I want his foals to be a better version of himself, so I'm EXTREMELY picky about the mares I will let him cover.
But we are free to make our own choices.
Exactly. And in your case, You have a nice stallion who you can get large money for. I also see you have a wonderful breeding program and a nice facility most likely correct? For his first few ads until Chief becomes more popular with the quarter horse owners and paint owners, he is open to breed whom ever would like to breed him and will pay a nice price. Right now he's just a little stallion in training. No huge skills displayed, all he has under his belt is his color.
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Yes, if you are trying to compaign a stallion, watch who you breed to, those babies are his advertisements.
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