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post #1 of 5 Old 12-16-2015, 10:39 AM Thread Starter
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Value for Blue Roan Paint Stud

We were blessed with a Blue Roan Stud Colt 3 years ago. Mother only drops paints and father drops blue roans. We have had folks tell us how lucky we are and if we knew what we had? I need to know an approx. value for him. Can anyone give me an idea?
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post #2 of 5 Old 12-16-2015, 10:47 AM
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So he is a blue roan paint stud? I assume he is registered? What is his conformation like? Has he done any winning in performance or show?
A Blue Roan is not a rare thing,Paint or otherwise, its a color. Unless there is something outstanding attached to the horse(pedigree, performance, show wins, ) besides his color, he is a horse like any other colored horse.
Look on the internet, there are lots of Blue Roan Paint stallions.
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I am assuming that you are asking his value as a stud? Simply put, as much as a blue roan or blue roan paint appeals to me, color would be my last consideration in deciding to purchase or breed to a stud. Conformation, disposition, and being genetically sound would be. The stud would also have to be from a line of horses that were the type I was looking for in a foal and ideally proved that he transmits those qualities. A stud also has to have some credentials himself and needs to be good at what you expect his foals to be able to do
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post #4 of 5 Old 12-16-2015, 01:23 PM
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Pics please.

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post #5 of 5 Old 12-16-2015, 01:35 PM
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Preface this by saying I am not a breeding professional or highly experienced with it.

I'd have to agree with the above posts. Being "loud colored" is certainly an asset, especially if foals by a stud tend to be attractive (Metallic Cat). The conformation, temperament and accomplishments of the stud are what drives their value. If he has several foals that are earners that drives it up higher.

Specific disciplines are where most of that value comes from. If a horse is made for Reining they are going to bring more money than a prospect that could do reining.

I hope that made sense and didn't seem condescending.

Would love to see some pictures.
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