Ctct your previous comment tells me that breeding horses is not your forte You might be a vet attending tothe needs of sheep farmers but have a very limited personal experience in breeding horses (which is quite different to mating them). Otherwise you would've known that different genetics within the same breed do produce different physical types of animals which in turn determines their movement and how well they ride and how comfortable and trainable they are under saddle. So in fact breeders choose certain genetics to produce a better riding horse Foals can be born on the same stud farm, have the same start, environment and feeding regime but their movement would be different, depending on their genetic make up. We are witnessing it for nearly 20 years in a row, producing 6-10 foals a year and you are implying that I'm telling fibs (putting it mildly, lol)? How many have you bred yourself to justify the above statement?