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"Looking to buy low nss foundation QHs"

A little about me...

I am 25 years old and am currently going to school to become a veterinary technician. I do have a degree in Biology, but soon after graduating realized that I wanted to be on a different level with animals medically. I will be graduating in December 2019 and cannot wait to finally be able to call myself a vet tech! Once I graduate I will have to take an exam in order to become certified, but it's just one step closer to my end goal. Vet technicians can become specialized in a specific field and I would like to eventually specialize in Equines.

I have been riding horses since I was 5 years old, and started competing at 6 years old. I used to ride all sorts of different horses from Haflingers, Morgans, and Icelandic horses, but started to stick to just riding Quarter Horses when I was 10. From then on out I only rode Quarter Horses and competed in the AQHA (American Quarter Horse Association) circuit. I love this breed, their personalities, calm demeanors, and overall conformation really appeal to me. I have been leasing QHs for years, and hope to one day own my own.


Striving to produce quality performance Quarter Horses

RIVERWIND quality can be defined as:
Low non-specialty stats-Less than 60
Success in the Western Show Circuit
Good Conformation-No "poors"
Rare Colors- No paint patterns

I am currently working with foundations in order to reach the quality I desire. I breed for success in the western show circuit first and foremost. Without low non-specialty stats this would not be possible. I like to keep the NSS below 60, especially for foundations.

Conformation is also important to me, all of my foundations have zero "poor"s in their conformations. I am hoping they will naturally improve over time. I will only keep a horse that has a "poor" in their conformation if their NSS is worth the hit.

One of the reasons I love Quarter Horses is because of their wide range of pretty colors. This is why I prefer not to have paint patterns. In my opinion it takes away from their color, as I want to see as much of the color as possible. I am okay with rabicano and roan, but prefer solid color. I am obsessed with anything dun, and would eventually like to see my entire herd be some color combination with dun.

STALLIONS All stallions will be bred a total of four times. I will be allowing at least two, possibly three, of those times to be open to established Quarter Horse breeders. I will be listing multiple foundation studs when they turn 19 years old, keep a look out!

MARES  All mares will be bred a total of four times. I am open to allowing two public breedings to established Quarter Horse breeders. Message me if interested.

FOR SALE Prices always negotiable

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breeding quarter horses since 2014
3/14/2019Smoothly Dun & Bit O' Honey made it in the weekly Hall Of Fame for Quarter Horses with the most money earned!

Account Information
Account Type Deluxe (13 days left)
Joined December 25, 2014
Last Active 2019-03-21 04:25:32
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Money on Hand $3,014
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Player Level 13
Horses 20 / 50

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RIVERWIND's Horse Divisions
First Generation Stallions 1 horses
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For Sale 0 horses
Foundation Foals (0-2 years old) 5 horses
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Foundation Mares 9 horses
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Foundation Stallions 5 horses
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Quarter Horse Club

The Coding Club

Equiverse Quarter Horse Association

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