I'm kinda like you Arlene, in that I would love to see more education about breeding genetics. Its so important for the long run of our breed! And lets face it, alot of people havent had the opportunity to see tons and tons of horses and go with what has been marketed most effectivly.
Thank God many people do critique their own and do a good job at studying the breed. I wish their was a book that was unbiased but honest about the pros and cons of the most used and underused bloodlines of our breed. The more education, the better.
Laurie, I wish more people did do their own critiques...I don't think as many do as should.
I've ruminated about writing a book on this topic but it would be a lot of work and with the smaller number of people breeding these days I am not sure how well it would sell.