Do you think seizures are a valuable trait in your horses?
Edited: This particular horse is HYPP negative. Read the follow up post here.
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Own a Champion and pass on the bloodlines
This is Mr. Classic Cool AKA Mister, he is a 2003 Palomino stallion whos dam is Jacuzzi Cool by Ima Cool Skip and sire is Kids Classic Style.. He was shown at the world show as a weanling, yearling, three and four year old. He placed top five in amateur and open every year and earned a 3rd place as a three year old. He has stood at stud for 2 breeding seasons now, to only a few mares, and have been very pleased with his babies. He is a very easy breeder, he does fine in the stall when getting him ready to show, and also does great in the pasture. Mister has a beautiful head, great front end, huge rear end and straight legs. Due to owners lack of time, we are offering Mister for sale. He would be a great addition to anyones breeding or show program. He stands at stud for $850 plus mare care. He is priced to sell at $6500 This is a great deal on a nice proven stallion with a great record. He is located in East Texas
What they forgot to include in the ad copy:
No time or inclination to properly train or condition your horse? Unsure how to get those incredibly toned, rippling muscles? No worries! This one may come with his own internal vibration exercise equipment. That’s right folks, act now and we’ll even throw in the ahhhmazing Slap Chop for free! $6575 value.
Anyone else have the Boflex infomercial come to mind? Is that what the people continuing to breed horses like this are thinking? HYPP is a built-in Boflex?
Anyone remember our post on Body Builders? Oh you do? Well isn’t that sweet. And yes, that is Mister’s daddy! The HYPP N/H stud that comes with a HYPP guarantee! And while there’s no gaurantee that this guy is also HYPP positive, the fact that they don’t mention his status (not to mention his overall build), make us think it’s pretty damn likely. We’re all of a sudden plagued with the urge to picket, picket good.
In our Body Builders post we were thinking small, we placed the responsibility on the owners and breeders of Quarter Horses. But it’s not the fault of the kids if their teachers tell them one way is the right way, they don’t know any better! Thinking for one’s self isn’t always prized the way it should be. We’ve since altered our views and now blame the judges. The judges are the ones who call for the obscene muscle tone in the halter classes and reward the painfully straight legs. They are the ones who need to get some sense knocked into them. Preferably by the above picket signs. Not that we’re promoting violence or anything…