Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Olds Alberta Canada
• Horses: 0
He has neither the conformation nor the breeding, to be kept a stud
There should be proven blood, top and bottom, in the direct dam and sire, or no further back then the second generation, at most
The horse then should prove himself, it whatever discipline he is bred for, before ever considering him to be worthy of passing on his genetics.
Today, with transported semen, anyone with a good mare can have asses to great stallions, standing a great distance from them.
He is a nice horse, but not stallion material
It takes a good stud to make a great gelding!