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Joyce

breeding

Postby Joyce » Mon Dec 23, 2002 7:10 am

My stallion jumped over the fence and i think bred his daughter. If she is pregnant can anyone tell me what the results will be. I'm worried this is not a good thing.

natathing2000@yahoo.com
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Cassie

Re: breeding

Postby Cassie » Mon Dec 23, 2002 9:37 pm

My Nanny's friend always breeds the stud to his daughter. There is usually nothing wrong.

craezhorse@msn.com
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Running Arrow Farm

Re: breeding

Postby Running Arrow Farm » Tue Dec 24, 2002 9:43 pm

Probably isn't too bad once in a while. Just watch and don't overdo it...too much inbreeding can possibly be problematic.... If doing line-breeding, in some cases might want to skip one or two generations??? Plan your breedings if possible. Remember...a wrongful breeding can waste up to 12-14 months in your program. :) If there was an "out-cross" stallion that bred one of my registered mares--well, she would see the abortion doctor asap.

info@runningarrowfarm.com
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D & H Quarter hor

Re: breeding

Postby D & H Quarter hor » Sat Feb 15, 2003 10:20 am

> Probably isn't too bad once in a
> while. Just watch and don't overdo
> it...too much inbreeding can
> possibly be problematic.... If
> doing line-breeding, in some cases
> might want to skip one or two
> generations??? Plan your breedings
> if possible. Remember...a wrongful
> breeding can waste up to 12-14
> months in your program. :) If
> there was an "out-cross"
> stallion that bred one of my
> registered mares--well, she would
> see the abortion doctor asap. . the breeding wont hurt look at the skipper w breeding list of all his foals , It is called line breeding if if nothing wrong our in breeding if it dont work . dont worry to much about it just let it run its course.if they are registerd the association will still take the colt.

emhughes03@juno.com
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