Jannine T (Unregistered Guest) Unregistered guest Posted From: 220.127.116.11
Posted on Saturday, February 11, 2006 - 07:24 pm:
She has a few weak points, but it depends on what you are strying to breed and then use the stallion to try and help correct these. She looks like a standardbred, I imagine you are looking to bred a riding horse so as long as she is nice natured then I wouldn;t be too concerned about breeding conformation!
what are her weak points?? im not the best critique on confo.. so i would like some tips on what to be specific in of the stallions features...lol Thanks ver much! yes she is a standardbred. an ex-trotter. i was sort of thinking of breeding her to this really nice straight egoyption arab, i dont have a pic of him, but he has a nice build! hes not slender, so at least there wont be too much confusion there.. but i was also thinking of finding a qauter horse, just to get a solid built foal. Or maybe even a another standardbred? But for anything other than a quarter horse, and the arab, id have to transport her out of town.. i dont know of any standardbred stallions near here..
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