Join Date: Jun 2017
Location: middle of nowhere
There are much nicer roan stallions out there; your gelding is cute, but not stallion material. As others have said, he's got some pretty obvious conformational flaws that shouldn't be passed on. As said above, you would need to breed him to truly superior mares, and owners of superior mares are not going to be lined up for him color or not, which means you'll need to buy superior mares, and those are NOT cheap. I'm concerned with his pasterns, too-- they're very weak for a young horse. Geld him and enjoy him. Feed him a balanced commercial feed and leave the 'mixing' to the pros, and good hay.