Posted 2021-12-01 10:49 AM Subject: Information on this mares papers?
I'm not very familiar with whats on my mares papers. This mare is by far the hardest working and running horse i have ever ridden. I plan to breed her in the near future. Just exactly sure what would be a good cross. Is anyone familiar with whats all in her papers? I would love to know and always want to learn when it comes to papers.
Posted 2021-12-01 12:07 PM Subject: RE: Information on this mares papers?
A Barrel Of Monkeys
I see Eternal Sun, who was a race horse, then a show horse in the days that quarter horses did it all. Nothing else jumps out at me, but I'd guess there's some Two Eyed Jack breeding on the dam's side.
I agree, find a local stud with some stats if you are breeding to keep. I don't see a great resale value for a foal o/o this mare, unless the local people know her and would want a baby.
Posted 2021-12-01 1:46 PM Subject: RE: Information on this mares papers?
A Somebody to Everybody
Location: Under The Big Sky Of Texas
This mare gos back to Impressive and Impressive was a great horse untill HYPP showed up in his off spring, If this mare was mine I would have her tested for HYPP since you are planning to be breeding her. If she tests positive for HYPP I would have second thoughts about breeding her.
Eternal Sun was a huge known stalliong in his hay days.. Here are a few pictures of Eternal Sun he was a beautiful fella.
Posted 2021-12-02 4:00 PM Subject: RE: Information on this mares papers?
Take a Picture
This horse probably does not have hypp. The grandfather is n/n. If you want a young horse, you are way better off buying a yearling or two year old. You will be two to three years ahead that way and you will know what you are getting. From the time you breed one until you can ride it will be three years. But the time it is doing anything on barrels you are looking at five
Posted 2021-12-07 1:26 PM Subject: RE: Information on this mares papers?
I don't have any knowledge about anyone on her papers, but I'm all for adding new blood to the industry! If she's a phenominal horse, breed her and see if she passes that on to her offspring. A little diversity is a good thing.