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PostSubject: stop breeding   Sun Jul 18, 2010 1:45 pm

Hi all i have to say i am appallede at the amount of mini people who do not know what the word geld means it means be responsible if you cannot afford to geld dont breed free to good home colts doesnt cut it if you have mares they dont have to breed stop breeding your foal are going to dog meat there are to many just because you have a mare and stallion does not have to mean breed be respnsible stop breeding for breeding sake
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PostSubject: Re: stop breeding   Mon Jul 19, 2010 5:11 am

I'm sure we all know what the word 'geld' means...Just some put it into practice and others don't.

Oh and no..I don't have a free colt I am breeding with,I paid alot more money for my colt then I usually would.
At the end of the day their isn't much any of us can do about it,so why worry yourself?
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PostSubject: Why worry   Mon Jul 19, 2010 12:50 pm

Obviously you have been breeding for years and do not mind the amount of dogmeat being produced that affects all real breeders and just because you paid a lot of money doesnt mean it is a good stallion and i would presume that you have bred many colts who are gelded
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PostSubject: Re: stop breeding   Tue Jul 20, 2010 2:15 am

Just because people breed doesn't mean they breed a lot or are irresponsible. I think your comments are rather harsh and aimed at all breeders instead of just airing your concerns. If somebody goes out of their way to search and by a stallion/colt to breed with I am sure they are buying quality. You shouldn't assume all boys aren't good and shouldn't be bred with nor should you assume we are all irresponsible. Assuming and presuming makes you irresponsible. And not everyone that doesn't geld doesn't do it because they couldn't afford it, everybody likes different styles and some people like to give others the opportunity to keep that colt entire for future breeding. And as for dog food the mini world really does play a very minor part in that industry. And why would you assume that the foals that are bred are just going to end up as dog meat? Yes there are backyard breeders out there in the mini world just as in most other horses breeds, and yes there are plenty of entires out there that should have been gelded but please do not try and blame all us breeders on that. Most of us are honest and truthful and do the right thing!
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PostSubject: Re: stop breeding   Tue Jul 20, 2010 3:21 am

YarrehLane wrote:
And as for dog food the mini world really does play a very minor part in that industry. .... Yes there are backyard breeders out there in the mini world just as in most other horses breeds, and yes there are plenty of entires out there that should have been gelded but please do not try and blame all us breeders on that. Most of us are honest and truthful and do the right thing!

Very well said, I couldn't agree more. Miniatures, especially Mini foals, are almost never bought by doggers as there are plenty of big Thoroughbreds out there that are a better deal for them considering it takes the same time to transport and prepare the animal, but they get more out of a big horse.


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PostSubject: Re: stop breeding   Tue Jul 20, 2010 3:27 am

Colhaven, this post goes against the "no flaming, no bullying" clause of the forum rules, so it has been locked from further discussion.
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PostSubject: Re: stop breeding   Tue Jul 20, 2010 7:47 am


LOL yeah I have bred hundreds in my time ....
Actually no..I have not bred ONE HORSE as of yet,I am having fun getting them out and showing them.
So before flaming someone maybe your should research what you saying.



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Obviously you have been breeding for years and do not mind the amount of dogmeat being produced that affects all real breeders and just because you paid a lot of money doesnt mean it is a good stallion and i would presume that you have bred many colts who are gelded
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