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    12-05-2006, 12:19 PM
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Foal
Shetland Pinto Pony standing @ stud

IMA Sensational Storm wil be standing this year to out side mares. He will have a foal on the ground in Augaust. He is being shown in Halter and confromation class in local Shows. He is very easy to handale he loves people and he hasa very nice gate.

Breed:Shetalnd pinto pony

Registry:International Spotted Horse

Hight:10.2hh

Color:Chestnut Tobiano

Markings: balze, white chin, 4 stockings, and a flame that is over the left side

Tempernment:calm

Contact: Amanda @ StoneHeavenFarm@yahoo.com


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    12-20-2006, 08:43 PM
  #2
Foal
Has your shetland pony stud been proven to thrown colored foals?
If not then how can you say he`ll throw color.
If your AQHA colt has any Three Bars breeding third generations and back then he cannot be registered foundation breeding.
     
    12-20-2006, 11:13 PM
  #3
Weanling
You'll trade one breed fee for an AQHA Mare? Man, I've seen mares sell for around 2,000 bucks, and his fee is only 150.00

Has this pony got any show experience? Any Riding experience? What discipline is he best trained and proven in? When im looking for a horse to breed to, I like to know that the Stud is diversified and well rounded. Furthermore, what is your ponies pedigree? You can post it online for free at Allbreedspedigree.com =)

And as Trailblazers said, has he had a foal yet? If not, how is he proven to throw color?

If your trying to market a stallion for stud service for the first time, consider checking out how other stallions are marketed =) They usually have pictures of a well groomed and clipped stallion standing square to show his true form. When a horse isnt standing square, it can make their conformation look rather wonky. Furthermore, show pictures of your stud pony performing.. Western Pleasure? Barrel Racing? Jumping? These are all things I see on Stud Papers, and I look for when I require a stud for service to a mare =)

There is no limit on how long a post here can be, or how many pictures you can post in a thread, so you can post as much as you want =)!

I'd love to hear more about him!
     
    12-24-2006, 03:05 PM
  #4
Foal
stallion @ stud

I am sorry I did not get back to you sooner my internet is not working to good so I have I can't get to this site on my computer, I have to use my brothers. I can get on to my email so you can email me at StoneHeavenFarm@yahoo.com. I do not know his pedigree at all. I would like you mare but I Just Lost my best mare this year so I am not interested in your mare. He dose have riding experience. I give riding lessions on him. Yes he dose have a foal on the ground she is a white/chestnut overo pinto. He dose halter and he has placed 3rd place. He is a gental stallion he loves people. I do not have any pictures of him performing.
     
    12-24-2006, 03:33 PM
  #5
Foal
I hate to be rude. So he is registered in a registry who excepted him on color,size alone. Shetland as he is to big for a miniature.I don`t have a mare for a sale.So am not sure what your talking about. As far as being gentle. All studs have there days. How can he have a foal on the ground, when you said, this coming year 2007 will be his first foal.is the mare bred for sure? How do you know for sure? Did you have her vet checked in foal?
Also how does he have ribbons in halter, when you can`t show a stud at your age in any 4-H or other wise shows in Ny. Where do you give riding lessons on him? When do you give these lessons? Our you a certified instructor to give riding lessons? He isn`t even broke to ride.
     
    12-24-2006, 06:42 PM
  #6
Weanling
I wasn't offering a Mare, and since you edited your post, you removed the "Will trade a Breed for a Registered AQHA Mare". I was saying that that would be an unfair trade, and to not get your hopes up.

Im with Trailblazers on this one, they said everything I wanted to say.
     
    12-25-2006, 05:01 AM
  #7
Yearling
With no pedigree, I doubt a registration honestly, no known foals, no proven color thrown to babies, no show history, no performance pictures, and not even a conformation shot - I would lower your stud fee to about 25 dollars.
     
    12-25-2006, 08:25 AM
  #8
Foal
Nybarrelracer,
Before you think of standing any studs for service. I would recommand putting time into training them.The colored Pinto pony should be trained for at least driving as your to big to be riding him.unless you have a younger sister or brother who is lighter in weight to help train him.to much weight on his young back could cause damage to the spine and nerves.which will cause a sway back in later years.you could also cause damage to his legs/knees as they are not completely sealed at this young of age. They don`t completely seal until around five years of age. So take your time and do all your ground training frist.before asking bigger things of your young pony. Your QH colt will not be mature enough to be breeding 2008. Besides he will be only coming two. So you should be putting time into ground training him. At two he is not going to be a seasoned riding or show horse,let alone a proven stud. Give him time to mature and learn the basics before asking him to become a father, when he is still only a youngster himself. Let him be a youngster before asking him to be an adult. All the ground work you do now will pay off later in the future.always rememeber a gentle hand and a kind voice goes a long ways when training.
Take your time don`t be in a hurry.
     

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