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    I agree with all three of these answers. No...

    I agree with all three of these answers. No deposit = no hold.

    Adding to that, how in depth of a PPE is she planning on an inexpensive horse anyhow? She should be able to arrange it prior to...
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    Fun thread, great ideas. From a PR standpoint,...

    Fun thread, great ideas. From a PR standpoint, Totilas. That would be a cross to garner excitement from non breeders as well, AND likely to be fantastic.
  3. Those are lovely horses and the obvious result of...

    Those are lovely horses and the obvious result of well thought out breeding. More examples that are not the typical Friesian cross.



    I disagree with the part I bolded. How can you justify...
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    This is all true. There are a lot of...

    This is all true. There are a lot of misconceptions about "non profits". They can be as shady (or more so) than privately owned companies. You certainly can't assume any moral superiority based on...
  5. That's not your typical Friesian cross either. ...

    That's not your typical Friesian cross either. You and Donatella have posted horses anyone would recognize for their quality.
  6. It was probably IFSHA. Nobody takes their...

    It was probably IFSHA. Nobody takes their "Championship" titles seriously.
  7. Those are NOT your typical Friesian crosses, but...

    Those are NOT your typical Friesian crosses, but thanks for sharing the link!
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    Yes, they do. Grade mares too. And then they...

    Yes, they do. Grade mares too. And then they label them "American WARMBLOODS" :rolleyes:
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    The difference between the Euro type registries...

    The difference between the Euro type registries (with their multiple book money grabs) and American Warmbloods is that at least with the Euro type registries they make some attempt at segregating...
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    There are breeders with very nice mares here in...

    There are breeders with very nice mares here in the US too. But they're not registering them (or their foals) as American Warmbloods! ;)
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    I'm not sure now what it is you're arguing... the...

    I'm not sure now what it is you're arguing... the perceived value of an import over a domestically bred horse? Or the perceived value of a European "breed" versus an "American Warmblood"?
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    "American Warmblood" carries a negative stigma...

    "American Warmblood" carries a negative stigma everywhere, not just with the hunter/jumpers. PHR has managed to avoid the American Warmblood stigma, but they don't offer anything for breeders as far...
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    Is this a trick? The resident...

    Is this a trick? The resident Quarter-Horse-loving Warmblood-hater starting a thread asking for stallion suggestions for an Oldenburg mare?

    If you're serious, I suggest posting some photos for...
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    Wait. WHAT?? She bred this mare to her own SON?...

    Wait. WHAT?? She bred this mare to her own SON? On purpose, or an oops which was never rectified, I wonder...

    Just when I thought there was nothing to make this breeder seem more irresponsible,...
  15. Oy fire medic. I'm beginning to wonder if you're...

    Oy fire medic. I'm beginning to wonder if you're really this ignorant, or if you're a troll.

    There already ARE open classes. You said you do dressage with your Quarter Horse. USDF dressage...
  16. fire medic, we get it, you've got a vendetta...

    fire medic, we get it, you've got a vendetta against warmbloods. Blah, blah, blah. You can whine all you want about warmbloods, it's not going to make people want to run out and breed to your QH...
  17. Apparently the OP has decided to put away her...

    Apparently the OP has decided to put away her drama llama, and now she's behind the barn licking her wounds (or typing a novel to DY, who knows.) In the meantime, I'm waiting for Edward Gal to start...
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    Even if this stallion has something to offer...

    Even if this stallion has something to offer Arabians which no other Arabian stallion has to offer (and I find this doubtful), he has nothing to offer Warmbloods which can't be found in another...
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    And you SUPPORT this?

    And you SUPPORT this?
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    (Good post Cartier. Peer review is critical in...

    (Good post Cartier. Peer review is critical in these situations.)
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    All of this discussion of WFFS (which may or may...

    All of this discussion of WFFS (which may or may not even be legitimate) is a huge red herring.

    Just because Warmblood populations may or may not already have genetic weaknesses doesn't mean...
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    Maybe he can help out the bell curve? AFAIK DY...

    Maybe he can help out the bell curve? AFAIK DY is right and there've only been two Arabians, a Shagya who finished 19th out of 20 last year, and an Arabian who finished last in 2009. Can one of the...
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    I can't believe this thread is 6 pages long and...

    I can't believe this thread is 6 pages long and there are actually people in favor of approving this stallion for Warmblood breeding, and defending his owners and the RPSI.

    How could ANYONE...
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    Good grief. Can someone recommend a good...

    Good grief.

    Can someone recommend a good broker for drama llama semen please?
  25. And as long as American breeders insist on...

    And as long as American breeders insist on reinventing the wheel and ignoring the tons of experience available to them via the European Warmblood registries, buyers will continue to shop in Europe...
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