Alright, so is it rude to pay for an extra pen at a show to put your sale kids in, even if you are not showing all of them? I have seen breeders do this, having 3-4 pens. Three pens will have 2-3 does that they are showing, and the fourth pen will be full of kids, some of which they show. I've seen them with big poster-board signs on the fronts of the pens advertising their farm and/or sale kids. I was thinking of doing this, but didn't know if this was taboo. It never seems like there is a lack of pens to go around. I know that at horse shows this can be common, although most of the sales horses that a barn brings are also in the show to help promote them. Although not always. A stable may rent out an entire row of stalls and have three or four stalls housing horses that aren't actually performing that day, but are for sale. No one finds anything rude or wrong about it. Just checking to make sure first, although if I brought a bunch of kids to a show, odds are I would sign them up anyways and take them in the pen to see what comments the judge has about them.