So heres a stallion that can get it done!!
Check this stallion out. At 16h, pedigree, performance and temperment, he proves to be an excellent F1 cross to arab mares. He already has a half-arab progeny who is being looked at by USDF judges and hunter breeding as well. The filly is that nice and versatile too. One of the reasons this stallion was chosen was to be bred to arabian mares, so the secret is out, that his bloodlines are going to produce a certain type of horse on a variety of mares, including arabians. At 5 years old he booked over 20 mares, from mostly breeders who saw him in the ring at USDF DSHB. He is even being looked at by large arab barns to produce half-arab main ring hunters. (Now that will stir the pot, dont you think??) Yes, we own him, so we are always biased, but more importantly, ask people and judges what they think of him. We do very little selling on our own, the judges have really helped us out this year. We hear from vets who inseminated the mares he's bred too, that they cant wait to see the foals, (vets we have never talked to) they also thank us for the excellent semen. I have referrels sent to me from judges, USDF, hunter breeding, and more recently carriage driving, for breeding packets. This horse is just getting started, and we are really excited for the arabian mares he is being crossed with. www.bluebrookfarm.com
Inviting Arab/TB mares to our inspection
It's funny that I logged on aftre a long time and found this discussion. I spent yesterday emailing Arab and TB breeders in my region (USDF Region 5) to invite them to bring mares to our Danish Warmblood Mare Foal and Stallion inspection. (October 22 Durango, CO) I agree with the poster who said that the introduction of Arab blood is to improve the F3 F4 generation. As a breeder in Danish Warmbloods for the long term I have an interest in improving the horses for the ongoing generations. I would like also to note two other arabs and anglo-arabs who have been extremely influential in warmblood breeding: Matcho ox and Ramses ox. Without them I would not have some of my nicest horses. Matcho is found a lot in many of the refining stallions of today.