Anyone Else Have A Love Hate Relationship w/ Breeding?? 148 views  •   109 days ago
R O X X Y     •  1,479 career posts  
I have like 22 foals to go through, and choose who is worth keeping at all, whose worth keeping but selling and who just needs retired. LOL. But man its such a daunting task by the time I get done registering, and everything....
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I breed every once in awhile. I'm not someone who breeds weekly. I typically wait until my last group is about to age up to 5 until I go through and breed all of them again. Going through and registering and changing feeds, deciding who to keep, retire, and sell totally drives me crazy. It's such a slow process.
Spots and Dots Equine      •  4,310 career posts 108 days ago
I have to really be in the mood to register the amount I breed lolol
Stone Creek Ranch II      •  24,105 career posts 109 days ago
Yeah I haven't been able to do a whole lot the last couple weeks which is fine. It's nice to have that break.
ROXXY Friesians    •  33 career posts 109 days ago
I enjoy looking through the foals but it does take a lot of time to get them all set up. I specifically dread doing registries and cotraining for my Thoroughbreds because it takes soooo long to load haha

I took a break from breeding for a couple weeks so I wouldn't have many horses in their jumping prime when I'm on vacation later this month, but then I felt the need to overcompensate and breed a lot of mares to make sure I get foals out of my horses before they retire *facepalm* so now I have a million foals anyway haha
Oasis Jumpers      •  14,915 career posts 109 days ago
Yeah I always have like 10k servings. LOL!!! I think the worst part of it all is registering like why is there not a register all button yet? Or like a checklist type system like with jumpoffs. LOL. Same with cotraining. Like cotraining just takes sooooo long.
R O X X Y     •  1,481 career posts 109 days ago
*Wipes your brow and *fans you!
Yep, the struggle is real....I can sure relate!
it seems like I still have to breeding big quantities in order to get one or two awesome ones. From my old generation lines of perfect, excellent horses with all the DNA-bells and whistles etc... Xrays are definitely needed first and foremost.
Registering, co-training, feed set-up soooo BORINGLY Monotonous.... but it has to be done... But the worst ever is to let your feed slip and then having to re-link all of them back up...Yikes! now I am feed-paranoid after that...=P
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