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Date Posted: 08:59:20 07/19/06 Wed
Author: Jacque
Subject: Weight of keuring results

I am purchasing a yearling gelding that I absolutely adore. He has a big floaty trot, lovely confirmation, is easy to work around, etc. etc. At his keuring he was only put in as "foal book". Should I be concerned that he did not reach premie status? How much merit does the early keuring hold in regards to a gelding's full potential? Obviously - he won't be used for breeding. But should I be concerned? His lineage includes Teade & Yk (both of whom I love), would anyone avoid a purchase based upon keuring rating?

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