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i'm new here and just wanted to see what you guys think and see if anyone knows anything about the bloodlines of these 2 horses....

and to point out, I love our mare and can only hope to get a baby thats even half as smart and nice as she is.. and know the stud well also and hes wonderfull and very calm, and nice...

we also are not into showing or anything and don't think we will be later but u never know, but i want this baby for me to use mostly as a trail horse, i have always wanted to breed my own horse and just now have a chance to... please keep in mind i know i could buy a baby cheaper and get what i want but i really want to have a part of this mare, and as i get to know this stud i feel the same with him..

mare- Scribbled Jewel - she is a non color paint (bay)
stud- Cajuns somkin bandit - he is a black and white tobiano paint and is black homozygous (think thats what its called)

i have no idea what is good bloodlines or not and understand that we don't need anymore un-wanted babys, but this is just for us and know all the bills we will have at the end but its fine with us...

please let me know what you think of the 2 horses lines, even if they are not good we still love them both and will be breeding in 2 weeks and will be hopping for a color baby..
 

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You didn't give us any clue as to their bloodlines, except their names and their colors. That tells us nothing.

Since you've already made up your mind that you're breeding them, what do you want?

I don't agree with your decision for a myriad of reasons, but I know anything I say will just fall on deaf ears, so I'm not going to bother.

I do hope you're not anti slaughter though, since adding even one foal to the horse overpopulation would make you a hypocrite.
 

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Ive never heard of an of those horses, but im wishing you luck and i hope everything in the breeding goes well!
 

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Gosh, Speed Racer. Harsh.

Alace, I totally understand you wanting to have a foal out of your special mare. I wish you luck with the breeding! It sounds like the foal will be well loved.

I'm not sure about Paint pedigree's, sorry. But the stud sounds lovely! Any chance of you showing us a pic?
 

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i think you can see them on all breed but not sure i know on apha you can....i said all the things i said because i am new here and already have seen so much lashing out at people... from local breeders and friends here they tell me they both have great bloodlines and the baby would be a very good baby and worth some money if we decide to show it... but i just wanted people to know that i wasn't out to breed for money but for the love of these 2 horse...but would like to know if something ever happened and we had to sell the baby if it would be a something good or not... all i can go by is the local people here telling me scribbles (my mares sire) is know all over the world and stuff like that but never know who i can trust.. i will try and post some pics soon but i will have to go take some and i have to fix my camra first and find time between my family and my daycare... but soon.. thanks anyways from the nice half of you guys, will just ignore the ones that talk out there a**.....:lol:
 

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Whoa, the stallion is beautiful, and would make a helluva trail horse. I would love to see the mare, to fantasize about the two crossed XD. Good luck, very nice.
 

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that would be bandit.... hes such a kind gental baby... hes got a little more stocky sence that video, but i take y 2year old to the barn with me and bandit is the only one he runs to and knows by name, when bandit comes out to see my son we tell bandit to put his head down for the baby and he puts his head on the ground and stays there till the baby is done petting him, and my son has even rode and leaded him in the hallway (safely with me holding on his leg while on him).... our mare is just as sweet and loving, and i think pretty but shes just a bay and seeing pics of her sir (Scribbles) and looking at bandit i think we have a good chance of a very pretty colorful baby, my mares a paint but just a breeding stock paint.
 

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Very flashy stud, and very sweet sounding. I wish you the best of luck! (and lots of color. LOL)
 

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so looks like it worked... so thats my mares sire, hes from way back like 70,80,90...my mare was born in 96 and he was old then... any ways she has his shape but is just a bay..
 

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Scribbles is a well known Paint sire. I have known plenty of horses sired by him, all very nice, easy to handle and work with.
Good luck, have fun and here is wishing for color for you. Think COLOR...:)
 

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The stud looks very nice. I'd suggest to do may be more research on horse's lines and whether they'll compliment each other or not (since you don't post your mare it's hard to tell). To me it sounds like an example of "good" breeding though. And if you put some professional training into baby it'll be easy to sell if something goes wrong in life (not like I wish that, but you just never know :)).

Just curious, did you mare have foals before? I do remember the thread here that it's not recommended to make first foal after the certain age. But I'm not an expert in any way!
 

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Has the stallion been tested for LWO? If not, or if he has and is positive, test your mare before breeding. Her sire is LWO, and even if she's 100% solid she can still be. If she comes back LWO and he's not tested, ask them to have him tested, even if you have to pay for it (it's only $25). If both are positive for LWO, pick another stallion!
 
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