Ugh the Pain!! 297 views  •   1738 days ago
Her Black Wings     •  10,843 career posts  
Most of the foals I've bred have stats from 36-39 which is painful. I've kept them all to see how they jump but I've found out that the pattern is the worse the stat the better the jump, really useless when it comes to breeding!! I don't know what to do.
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uhh I hate that!, I had been on a streak of that too, although thursday was finally good to me. hoping that they jump well to go with their good stats, we'll see. But with my non-tbs I dont pay as much attention to stats and they do just fine.
Turn Pegasus      •  242 career posts 1737 days ago
I have on occasion kept a 36, the simple reason if it does well I can breed it out. If it's an outside foal the chances are I used the stallion for the lineage.

I have had a 36x37 give me a 40/40 who is doing well at 87.75" Pre update.

My Paints I accept 36 + that's just because I am starting out and establishing a line. Even that one hit 84.5" and gave me a 37.
PASTEL     •  5,590 career posts 1737 days ago
I used to have that struggle. I'd be on my 6th generation from my foundies. All 10's in all of it's pedigree, and get a 36-39 stat foal. It would drive me INSANE. But my highest jumper I ever had was a 37 statted horse. -_-

Just use them and make the money off of the jumps. ~Maybe~ invest in stirrups so you can make the horse an all 10.
JavaLu     •  35,056 career posts 1737 days ago
Glad to hear all you guys experience it too!!

I will keep them for the money they're making off jumping but I hate stirrups unless they're being used for foundies. If they reach a great height that them being an all 10 would make them be great for breeding there's a chance I might, but otherwise.
Her Black Wings     •  10,848 career posts 1737 days ago
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