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        08-21-2013, 03:26 AM
      #71
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Druydess    
    Awww... what a sweet boy!! I saw him on another thread..

    I'm not a QH/Paint person, so you need to get input from those who have this expertise. I'm sure there are plenty on this and other forums. But the best thing is to get an IRL person to give you some direction. It really is a big help, and here... online - you can get a wonderful person or a complete fool. So - choose wisely. You have time; he's just a baby yet. In the interim, feed him well, spend ALL your free time with him, and enjoy him immensely!
    I'm spending all I can! Momma just..."tolerates" me. So hopefully he learns from his little bachelor buddy who LOVES the human attention. He's getting more social, I might go grab some treats that are...safe for foals...if those exist to get him to nibble from my hands.
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        08-21-2013, 03:41 AM
      #72
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Aesthetic    
    I'm spending all I can! Momma just..."tolerates" me. So hopefully he learns from his little bachelor buddy who LOVES the human attention. He's getting more social, I might go grab some treats that are...safe for foals...if those exist to get him to nibble from my hands.
    If he's 3 months.. use plain ol' feed.. THEY think it's a treat..

    I would sit with them with handfuls of it and they just thought I was the best thing ever..
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        08-21-2013, 03:45 AM
      #73
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Druydess    
    If he's 3 months.. use plain ol' feed.. THEY think it's a treat..

    I would sit with them with handfuls of it and they just thought I was the best thing ever..
    I try that almost every day! Lol Momma comes up with her big ol' mouth and snatches it while they baby is still trying to find out if its poison...
         
        08-21-2013, 03:50 AM
      #74
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by Aesthetic    
    I try that almost every day! Lol Momma comes up with her big ol' mouth and snatches it while they baby is still trying to find out if its poison...
    Chase her away and he'll come investigate. You have to be very firm with the mommas..
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        08-21-2013, 03:56 AM
      #75
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by Druydess    
    Chase her away and he'll come investigate. You have to be very firm with the mommas..
    She's just so.... That one cuddle horse out of all. The big plush pony you want to squeeze lol
         
        08-21-2013, 08:34 AM
      #76
    Trained
    OP that foal is going to have a very nice rump and develop nicely all over.
    You have plenty of time to watch him grow and mature to decide which direction to go in his training.
    Those pictures make his head look a little plain but when I take pictures of my arabians they all have large heads like a draft horse. So I will reserve judgement for later. Shalom
         
        08-21-2013, 06:56 PM
      #77
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by dbarabians    
    OP that foal is going to have a very nice rump and develop nicely all over.
    You have plenty of time to watch him grow and mature to decide which direction to go in his training.
    Those pictures make his head look a little plain but when I take pictures of my arabians they all have large heads like a draft horse. So I will reserve judgement for later. Shalom
    Alright, I might make a critique thread for him in Conformation Critique, I just don't like hearing people say "Would Be A Nice Gelding" before he's done any growing.
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        08-21-2013, 07:13 PM
      #78
    Trained
    Well your going to get the Nice gelding remark so don't allow it to get to you. It is your horse. Yours to do with whatever you choose. Keep that in mind.
    I would get better pictures and wait. Once he has matured a little more his positive traits will be more apparent.
    I would get a paint or qh breeder or reputable owner over to look at him in person. IMO that would give you the best analysis of his conformation.
    Why hurry if he is not for sale you have years to make the decision to keep him intact or not.
    A word of warning though. That sweet little colt will be 1200 pounds of raging hormones in a few years. Train him well and with a firm patient hand to avoid any behavioral problems. That is of the utmost importance. Shalom
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        08-21-2013, 07:22 PM
      #79
    Yearling
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    Originally Posted by dbarabians    
    Well your going to get the Nice gelding remark so don't allow it to get to you. It is your horse. Yours to do with whatever you choose. Keep that in mind.
    I would get better pictures and wait. Once he has matured a little more his positive traits will be more apparent.
    I would get a paint or qh breeder or reputable owner over to look at him in person. IMO that would give you the best analysis of his conformation.
    Why hurry if he is not for sale you have years to make the decision to keep him intact or not.
    A word of warning though. That sweet little colt will be 1200 pounds of raging hormones in a few years. Train him well and with a firm patient hand to avoid any behavioral problems. That is of the utmost importance. Shalom
    There are trainers around here who are very very good at helping teach a stallion manners. If he's anything like his daddy, he won't be to much to deal with.
    Thank you(:
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        08-22-2013, 01:12 AM
      #80
    Green Broke
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    Originally Posted by dbarabians    
    Agree also Druydess that different breeds have different goals.
    I know several QH and Paint breeders that test their stallions virility as soon as possible.
    If one of the things I insist on when choosing a stallion is seeing the siblings and any offspring then it only makes sense to breed that animal if it is not in training.
    That way when the horse is retired to the breeding shed full time there are examples of what it can do. Why wait several more years promoting a stallion when there is so much competition from proven stallions with progeny already on the ground , showing or in competition?
    I don't breed racehorses yet. Arabians cannot race until they are a true 3 years of age. So what harm does it do to collect or breed a 2 YO?
    From what I have observed in the past and talking to others NONE. Shalom
    I think it's somewhat ironic that TB's are raced at 2, nowhere near mature, snapping bones, and ruined for life due to early stress on their joints and bones, and it's just fine..
    But breed a horse, especially one that's younger, and OMG-- those panties bunch up a wad the size of Kansas.
    Wadded panties notwithstanding, whatever decisions breeders make with regard to THEIR horses depends entirely on the horse. Each one has to be assessed individually.
         

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