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post #91 of 99 Old 11-12-2016, 01:42 PM
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^I have absolutely no idea why the word absolutely is edited lol.
If you're typing on a phone or tablet, you may have accidentally omitted the letter O and not realized it, which would have turned that middle portion of the word into a naughty word.
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Am I not allowed to be busy? Also it is his foal that won the reserve title. I am done with the blatant rudeness of people on this post so I do not see the need to reply.
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post #93 of 99 Old 11-12-2016, 06:57 PM
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And I quote:

"IMA SPICY QUESADILLA, APHA Yearling Intermediate Paint Res. World Champion. This filly is sired by HES TEE TOTALLY COOL. She is also offered for sale."

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And I quote:

"IMA SPICY QUESADILLA, APHA Yearling Intermediate Paint Res. World Champion. This filly is sired by HES TEE TOTALLY COOL. She is also offered for sale."
Wrong horse...
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post #95 of 99 Old 11-12-2016, 07:24 PM Thread Starter
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Sired by Two Golds Hollywood out of RJ Masters Melody. Intermediate reserve world champion APHA open yearling gelding.

AND then theres another one

HOLLYS HOT CHOCOLATE, APHA Weanling Intermediate Solid Bred World Champion...This baby showed like a dream!! She is so so sweet!!! She is also offered for sale.
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Now I see what you are talking about (although looking at the offical results from the APHA, Holly's Hot Chocolate is suspect), but the point still stands to stay away from this horse. These are NOT performance-type animals, they are being specifically bred for posty legs and to be ridiculously downhill. The stallion is frankly hideous. Your mare is much nicer than he is and deserves a much better stallion.

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post #97 of 99 Old 11-15-2016, 12:36 AM
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Sired by Two Golds Hollywood out of RJ Masters Melody. Intermediate reserve world champion APHA open yearling gelding.

AND then theres another one

HOLLYS HOT CHOCOLATE, APHA Weanling Intermediate Solid Bred World Champion...This baby showed like a dream!! She is so so sweet!!! She is also offered for sale.
well looking at results of that show.....appears that was Only weanling entered or eligible for that "intermediate" out her weanling class so win by default ?? but of that regular open SPB weanling class was on the very bottom of her class in placings.
Haven't seen pics of youngster & was probably above average to even consider taking to that level of show I would think.Was Great that owners took her out to promote & show her so that in itself is accomplishment & certainly give credit to!!overall results though speak themselves...
I agree with what others are saying stay away from real halter types but find more an all round or performance bred stud with sound & balanced conformation.
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Sired by Two Golds Hollywood out of RJ Masters Melody. Intermediate reserve world champion APHA open yearling gelding.

AND then theres another one

HOLLYS HOT CHOCOLATE, APHA Weanling Intermediate Solid Bred World Champion...This baby showed like a dream!! She is so so sweet!!! She is also offered for sale.
Regardless of breeding, those are titles at halter! You do't RIDE horses that age, so pointless, far as your original criteria.
WHERE ARE any performance horses by that stud?
That stud is old enough to have 'riders' out there-where are they?
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I've won weanling and yearling futurities, but with performance bred horses, that then went on to ride.
Point being, at the level you are going to be showing at, people in general, just show at halter, besides the riding classes they show in. This includes all breed type open shows, and regional breed level, except of course, even at the regional breed level, you get halter hroses that will never be ridden, as that is only what their owners show in.
Smilie, for instance, has OMBs both open aand non pro, ApHC in halter, western pl, hunter under saddle, trail.
She won the International year end buckle (for Appaloosa horses shown outside of the USA,as in Canada and Europe, ect )both in halter and jr performance
You don't need a strict halter horse, to do well at halter, at open and regional levels, but You do need a performance horse, to reach your riding goals
Can't make it any clearer.
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