Next year (may or maynot be) the first year time to breed my young stallion. I like what I have read here about ground collection. actaully I like all of the information here! I would like recommendations for the best way to breed my youngster the first time, and in the future. Is ground collection really the way to go? It sounds like a wonderful idea for preserving the disposition of the stallion. I intend to continue to show this horse and trail ride him, use him for training demos, etc. He is very quiet and has been very successful so far at those endeavors, although his saddle training is just beginning. any input would be much appreciated. I have trained horses for over 20 years,(show horses, trail and family mounts) but this is my first stallion to own and breed.Thank you so much, Z
Posted on Wednesday, September 29, 2004 - 03:23 pm:
I personally think collecting off a phantom is safer. We built our phantom ourselves from the instructions on this site. It went up in about three hours. Now I can collect my stallion by myself with no worries.
Anonymous Posted From: 18.104.22.168
Posted on Wednesday, September 29, 2004 - 07:18 pm:
thank you very much! I have anxously awaited a response and again, thanks. Where do I find the instructions on building a phantom? I am not having alot of luck with the site, and appreicate your help. Z
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