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post #1 of 21 Old 07-16-2014, 12:46 AM Thread Starter
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Buckskin Stallion

Hey y'all! I am looking for a registered Buckskins stallion to breed to my Buckskins/Paint mare. At least 15 hands tall and preferably with the original stripes on his legs but can possibly go without. The stud must not have an aggressive personality but all other personalities are welcome. Stud must have some sort of riding and showing under belt. My mare is a barrel horse and I want her athletic characteristics to be passed on to any foals. Thanks y'all! Have a great day!
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would like a generally good tempered personality to be passed on along to any offspring, but here are a few images ofmy mare some irrelevant and just plain quirky.
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This information will play in her breeding of 2015 or 2016 so this will not be occurring within the year. This will only help me find a stud and improve my research. Again thanks!
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So you are breeding primarily for color?

Why not a good quality stud REGARDLESS of color.
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Need more information about your mare. Conformation pictures, i.e. standing shots would be helpful. How old is this mare? What is your price point for a stud fee? Are you planning on live cover or artificial insemination? Do you want to have the mare stable at the stallion's during breeding/foaling. Registered what? QH? Paint? Shetland? there are a lot of registries which one do you want. What is your mare's pedigree? You don't want to end up breeding her to her brother or something.
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post #6 of 21 Old 07-16-2014, 12:32 PM Thread Starter
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I want a Registered Buckskin. As in the registered breed and when I ask for the original colored buckskin I mean the zebra stripes on the hocks and knees. Live cover. I can have her stay stay with the stallion. My mare is currently four years old but will he five or six when bred. Stud fee max is $550 but will work with $600 for a good stud. Mare isn't registered but know the parents and their breed. I am searching for a good quality stud but with color. Again lookong for a registeted buckskin in breed
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what area do live in ? You need to look at some 1/4 horse studs in your area or a crop out paint
are your mares sire and dam papered ? what are their colors ? and conformation like ?
I would start looking in your area , go look at the offspring, see what other people in the area think of the particular stallion.
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You do realize that buckskin to buckskin has absolutely no guarantee of a buckskin foal?

What color are/were her parents?

Are you looking for a buckskin horse or a dun horse? All the traits you are describing are for dun horses... (zebra stripes etc)

I think you need to do some more research on what you actually want. You know some things which is good but don't seem to know some of the more important things. I would definitely be more decisive on personality, conformation, etc. You can afford to be!
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Your best bet is to buy a Buckskin foal on the ground, Even if you breed your buckskin mare to a buckskin stud, you might not even get buckskin foal, there's a range of different colors you could end up with. If you wouldn't be happy with anything other then buckskin then don't breed.
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post #10 of 21 Old 07-16-2014, 02:47 PM
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Not to mention, there is no buckskin breed. It is strictly a color registry. They accept any breed as long as they meet color requirements.
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