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    Andrea Seig of Westphalians USA has Florestan I...

    Andrea Seig of Westphalians USA has Florestan I frozen for sale at $1500/dose last I checked.
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    What an achievement!!! Huge congrats to you,...

    What an achievement!!! Huge congrats to you, Alexandra. A beautiful colt as well as a fine example of thinking in generations. Well done!!!
  3. Bon Balou

    Bon Balou
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    Linda Woltz/ Walnut Farm ...

    Linda Woltz/ Walnut Farm
    http://www.walnutfarmhanoverians.com/home

    Eliza Rutherford/ Foxwood Farm Hanoverians
    http://www.foxwoodhanoverians.com/
  5. I wouldn't. There is, of course, the infamous...

    I wouldn't. There is, of course, the infamous Shire/Shetland study, but in what other realm of science do we take a single study as gospel? IME, even pairings of similar sized dams and sires can...
  6. http://www2.ca.uky.edu/gluck/TimoneyPJ.asp

    http://www2.ca.uky.edu/gluck/TimoneyPJ.asp
  7. Based on my own experience breeding to Florencio...

    Based on my own experience breeding to Florencio and conversations and emails I had with Dr. Timoney over the course of two years, I agree wholeheartedly with Siegi.

    VLF, your mare has been...
  8. Freestyle.

    Freestyle.
  9. Fielding. Oops, just saw post about fresh!

    Fielding.

    Oops, just saw post about fresh!
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    I think leaving off the height prediction is a...

    I think leaving off the height prediction is a wise move, especially since there is such a height difference between the mare and the sire, and because of what you know about the damline and what she...
  11. I'm so sorry to hear about your friend's mare and...

    I'm so sorry to hear about your friend's mare and foal. :cry:

    My sister worked for a vet who induced his own mare so his employees could see a foaling. Mare seemed imminent. Beautiful foal lived...
  12. Sir Gregory. Very consistently produces...

    Sir Gregory.
    Very consistently produces excellent dressage movement and great character, as well as size, from a variety of mares.
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    I would investigate the possibility of either a...

    I would investigate the possibility of either a persistent corpus luteum or persistent anovulatory follicle. In both cases, the treatment is prostaglandin. However, this did not work on my mare...
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    If he's nursing fine, is active, and has the...

    If he's nursing fine, is active, and has the bright attitude you're describing, I would not worry. Likely he's just fine and you're missing it in the straw or pasture. Just watch for straining and...
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    Please check your PTs. You might consider...

    Please check your PTs. You might consider MidAtlantic Equine in Ringoes, NJ. They have recently hired an amazing new repro vet, Dr. Jennifer Feiner. She was a great help to me last year getting --...
  16. Do lots and lots of homework. Look at as many...

    Do lots and lots of homework. Look at as many horses as you can and decide what you like. IMHO, a great brain, trainability, and long-term soundness are what you need. If you're going to look at...
  17. I would expect a great brain, very good gaits...

    I would expect a great brain, very good gaits (likely with a particularly nice canter), good hind end, probably a quick hind leg, good sit, probably a decent sized horse, and probably bay.
    ...
  18. Congrats on a lovely mare!!! :) I would also...

    Congrats on a lovely mare!!! :)

    I would also lean toward a D-line stallion. Maybe a D/W, like Dante Weltino. Lots of options with this mare!
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    Yes! Last year was difficult and it took two...

    Yes! Last year was difficult and it took two tries per mare. First foal (Sir Gregory/ Donnerhall) is due mid-June. Second foal (Freestyle/ Wolkentanz I) is due about the Fourth of July. Not my...
  20. I highly recommend Bob Murphy in Frenchtown, NJ. ...

    I highly recommend Bob Murphy in Frenchtown, NJ. He has incredible patience, feel, and skill. Lots of experience starting babies the right way. ...
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    I agree with Siegi. I'd just breed her. And I...

    I agree with Siegi. I'd just breed her.

    And I can definitely empathize with the crazy. I took on an older mare who hadn't kept a foal past 60 days since 2006. She last delivered a healthy foal...
  22. This. :yes: Nickel and diming mare owners...

    This. :yes:

    Nickel and diming mare owners this way is a good way to deflect business. I might use a stallion with these fees once, but probably not repeatedly and I would probably warn friends...
  23. Definitely Damon Hill. He just looks so sweet...

    Definitely Damon Hill. He just looks so sweet and easy to ride. I love this video of him: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dodrdOWdB0k

    And if I could look a little bit like Helen Langehanenberg...
  24. www.EquusMagnificus.ca...

    www.EquusMagnificus.ca

    This link in your signature brings us to a "page not found" on the Chronicle website.
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    Michellino has been available in the US. Becky...

    Michellino has been available in the US. Becky Train of Frog's Leap Farm in VT had it. I bred a mare to Michellino 12 years ago -- or, I should say, I tried. The mare didn't settle. But others...
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