View Full Version : floura and eremo baby.. what do you think?

10th June 2010, 06:35 PM
Yes i know this should be in the breeding section but as im not really doing this and posting pics im doing this for a game type thing to see what peeps think. So No i am not going to be doing this, not when i have gotten some people to come and help me get floura going. But mum and i were talking do you think floura and Eremo would make a nice baby foal? and if so would someone buy it?
what do you think

floura pics..
and Eremo

10th June 2010, 06:38 PM
Flora is a fab mare and eremo is lovely but it would be a bit of a random mix of breeds, it might come out nice though they are both lovely but it would be one of those why the heck did they cross those two things

My Crazy Clan
10th June 2010, 06:53 PM
Well..............I can't believe none of use have thought of this before! you have the mare and the stallion both stunner's by the way, I think, if I was you and I did decide to keep her, one day I think it could be possible!

classic astra
10th June 2010, 07:53 PM
i think it would be a nice foal, i think it would come out like a warmblood but with that extra special "presence" would be a nice mix!

11th June 2010, 12:58 PM
Dont just go on looks you need to think about improving the conformation or other faults if you have any with your mare or stallion whether you keep or buy sorry if I am telling you what you already know. Having thought of breeding with my own mare to keep I have hesitated as she has conformation issues (slightly cow hocked) which isn't serious but could cause problems if repeated in another animal and is worse. She is also slightly temperamental which could be due to the bad experiences she had as a youngster or could be partly her temperament and being a mare as well. These issues are on the ground mainly and which I have solved over the years but occasional she will have a day where something has upset her and she will bomb off when she is on the lunge and is just unsettled and not concentrating when being ridden so best left in the field. She excels in the looks department and loves showing off and is good at dressage, likes her work and loves cuddles. So a lot going for her to be repeated but the legs issue has held me back. If you are seriously thinking make a list of good and bad points of both and see where you get to is my advice.