breeding my mare

DawnR

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looking for a suitable stallion to put my mare to, might I add the foal is for me to keep. Shes bred before for the Billy stud and is a proven broodmare, her youngsters are out doing Novice/intermediate BE and BS.
Meadow stud is close to me and wondered if any of their stallions would go well with her, I would like a foal to eventually compete myself. Or should I go back to the Billy stud?
This is her breeding lines http://www.angloeuropeanstudbook.co.uk/database/00.006661



The photo is when I got her.
 
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TheMule

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What did they put her to? They're one of the top breeders in the country so I'd respect their opinion :)
 

popsdosh

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What did they put her to? They're one of the top breeders in the country so I'd respect their opinion :)
It all depends what you wish to breed and what discipline you are aiming at and what level? obviously the BS did not think she was doing a job for them anymore having sold her so is there a question mark somewhere.
 

Spring Feather

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It all depends what you wish to breed and what discipline you are aiming at and what level? obviously the BS did not think she was doing a job for them anymore having sold her so is there a question mark somewhere.

She's 14 years old now so I wonder if they are culling her from their programme as she's a bit older now?

How long have you owned her OP? And was she sold open or did she have a foal last year?
 

DawnR

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I have owned her a year, she hadn't had a foal that year when I got her. I would like something to do all sorts, BS and BE. I quite liked cornetto king from meadow stud, what are people's thoughts on this stallion?
I have spoke with Donal barnwell and he didn't say anything about having problems with her I think they got rid of a lot of breeding mares that year as saw a few for sale.
 
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