Looking for a stallion to breed your mare to? Test drive our new feature!.
Something along these lines:
You will be able to zoom in and see countries closer.
UPDATE!!!! on the right hand side you can see a sort of working copy of what we are proposing - just scroll down to the NN Stallions MAp Menu and click on Western Breeds - we have to come up with different colored icons yet and work out a few other glitches but we are excited to ofer this new feature!
When you mouseover or click a pin it will give the stallions name and what he has been tested for and 1 piece of contact info to the place he is standing.
Only stallions with clean tests will be on the map. In order to qualify they will have to be tested for minimum of P1 (or 5 panel if a Western Breed). We will have two different colors - One will show horses only tested for P1 or Western breed 5 panel and one will show horses tested for P1 (5 panel for Western Breeds) and the variants P2, P3, P4, PX - other testing will show up eg. if the stallion has been tested for IMM - any horse that has been tested for the minimum but then comes up positive with any additional test will be removed. At this time the map will only be for horses that have tested clean for every test they have had. We may consider a thrid color in the future for horses that have tested clear for all dominant genetic defaults but that are carriers for recessive genetic defaults.
We will start the map with an introductory cost of $10 per horse added - there will be a form to add your horse in the right side column once this feature is implemented. The horse is added permanently and it is a one time charge. The horse will stay up indefinitely as long as all test results are clear. We will not be held responsible for any horses that are posted but are not tested clear fo something, it is still up to the mare owner's to do due diligence and ask the stallion owner if the stallion is clear for all testing. Future price will increase once the map is receiving sufficient traffic. Is this a feature that would interst you? If yes - please like this article. If you would like to have your horse featured on the map - please contact us.