I looked at my sweet girl Kitt's paperwork today. I had to fax it to the breeding station. She is the descendant of four AQHA grand champions. I never looked at it. I didn't know. The stallion is the descendant of seven AQHA champions. I picked him because I knew the owners and he had a great disposition. Who knew he was this good. What do I do with this? All of a sudden I've got a million dollar baby. I'm at a loss.
My grandfather was a dairy farmer. He told my mother, who told me how to selectively breed for mares. I can't have a little boy. I'd have to leave him a stallion and there's no place to put him. I'm going to have to talk to the vet tomorrow about breeding a girl. Please guys help me here. I've raised cats and dogs but never horses. And I've never had a million dollar baby. And here's my dilemma. I know what happens to horses who go to spoiled thirteen year olds. How they are passed around until they are old and end up in the feed lots. I want this little girl to end up a brood mare for someone who will appreciate her until she's retired. I'm going to hand raise her and show her. Hopefully, you'll instruct me in how to do that.
Please, please help me.