A virtue by definition is a trait or quality subjectively deemed to be morally excellent and thus is valued as a foundation of principle and good moral being. This is our opinion.

1. Be honest with yourself. You must be able to see the virtues and admit the faults of your horses to be a successful breeder. If you cannot admit the faults, you will be unsuccessful at breeding. The ability to recognize virtues
and vices at a glance is a breeders greatest gift.
2. Breed for the best natural running walk. Everything else comes later. You only ride the gait - not the head, color or the pedigree.
3. Breed the best to the best. Second best or mediocrities are not acceptable.
Remember, the absence of a vice (by definition the opposite of a virtue) does not signify the presence of the corresponding virtue.
4. Do not be afraid to ask for and accept advice from successful breeders. They have proven by their successes that their opinions are worth seeking.
5. Evaluate the HORSES!! - - not the pedigree, or the show records or the breeding fees. Only the horses will pass genetic traits to your foal, not the promotion material, no matter how good it is.

Mark and Shellie Pacovsky
Bainville, MT
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