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  1. Thread: Tapit

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    Tapit

    Any thoughts on Tapit's potential as an event sire? Any soundness concerns?

    Looking at a nice gelding, not for breeding (obviously). Dam's pedgree contains Ribot/Dr. Fager/Never...
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    This may surprise some, but the area southwest of...

    This may surprise some, but the area southwest of Atlanta (South Fulton and Coweta counties) has become very horsey over the past several years. Not only is the area home to Chattahoochee Hills, it...
  3. I agree - the idea of being drug by the lanyard...

    I agree - the idea of being drug by the lanyard is almost silly. I think much of the negative press about the airvests has come from Point Two overstating how proven their vest is at preventing...
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    Pleasant Line

    Anyone have any info about or photos of Pleasant Line, a 1986 son of Pleasant Colony out of Patelin (daughter of Pontivy)? I believe he stood at stud in Maryland in the 1990s. Thanks!
  5. I recently bought the XL version of the Ecogold...

    I recently bought the XL version of the Ecogold eventer pad, and I consider it one of the best equipment buys I've made in a long time, notwithstanding the rather hefty price tag.

    They are...
  6. It depends. We start considering the starting...

    It depends. We start considering the starting process during the summer of the horse's 3rd year, but may wait until the 4th year if that is what is necessary. Here is our process:

    1. We...
  7. Cross-Post from Horse Care Thread - Increased sensitivity in mare

    This is a cross-post from the Horse Care forum, and it really deals more with "not-breeding" : ), but we thought the reproductive experts here might be able to help, as it deals with a potential...
  8. Unusual Reactivity in Mare - Thoughts?

    We have a very talented, 7-year old mare who has periodic bouts of resistance, and a "screw you" attitude. We are trying to rule out any number of physical causes, including those related to her...
  9. GPD123: What you are saying makes sense, and...

    GPD123: What you are saying makes sense, and many of my comments were directed more towards other posts either here or in the cross-post on the Sporthorse Breeding forum. Sounds like you are being...
  10. GPD123: I think that much of the discussion here...

    GPD123: I think that much of the discussion here is occuring in a bit of a vacuum. You mentioned comparing prices in Europe, but that you could not afford the extra costs of shipping and quarantine...
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    Thanks - that is why I had not yet responded to...

    Thanks - that is why I had not yet responded to your e-mail -- been on high alert for a foal the past few days!!
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    Our Grafenstolz foal is here! Very tall filly,...

    Our Grafenstolz foal is here! Very tall filly, dark bay, a hint of a snip and a small slipper-sock on her right hind. Easy to handle, brave and laid back. 10 hours old in this video: ...
  13. Flexible's 2011 contract on the website lists a...

    Flexible's 2011 contract on the website lists a fee of $2,500 as including:

    A $500 nonrefundable Booking Fee that is due at the time of the signing of the contract.

    A $2,000...
  14. OP - what do you want out of the offspring? ...

    OP - what do you want out of the offspring? "Eventing horse" runs the gamut from a safe, low-level packer to 4* horse; lots of folks will suggest their favorites without consideration of what you...
  15. Canadian Trakehner. I think he's approved CSHA...

    Canadian Trakehner. I think he's approved CSHA as well.
  16. I agree with the post above about Lanciano;...

    I agree with the post above about Lanciano; although he has been approved Trakehner he is not being pointed heavily for sport. I corresponded with his owners a little bit last year; very nice...
  17. This article, which reports on an interview with...

    This article, which reports on an interview with William Micklem, may help with respect to your IDSH question.

    http://www.independent.ie/farming/ne...s-2854720.html

    I think the answer is "we...
  18. TB Sire List

    I recently put together a list that contains most of your options in NA, unless you import your own frozen semen. I have started, but not completed, lists for Europe.

    The link that has the NA...
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    My girlfriend has been wearing them for some time...

    My girlfriend has been wearing them for some time now -- her's are Kentucky brand. I will note however, that a dressage judge (who will remain nameless) took exception to them, and commented to a...
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    Most of the the event breeding posts from 2011...

    Most of the the event breeding posts from 2011 are collected in one of the FAQs on the Sporthorse Breeding thread.
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    Matcho is harder to find in AAs, as Vineyridge...

    Matcho is harder to find in AAs, as Vineyridge points out, but his sire Pancho II is in Querdolan Vitarel's pedigree. Nithard (called the "foundation sire of the modern Anglo-Arab"), who is Pancho...
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    Viney, I hope you enjoy putting together these...

    Viney, I hope you enjoy putting together these analyses as much as your audience enjoys reading them. Thanks again for the effort.

    I too noticed just how significantly Bonaparte's ancestors...
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    I don't want to hijack, but this is sort of...

    I don't want to hijack, but this is sort of on-topic -- Vineyridge, would you mind commenting about Bonaparte N's Tb background?

    http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/bonaparte+n

    For a head start,...
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    Maren - what a nice filly! Thanks for sharing;...

    Maren - what a nice filly! Thanks for sharing; as I understand it, he doesn't have too many foals on the ground due to his competition obligations, so any offspring video is welcome.

    As I...
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    If you mean AA stallions of the French variety...

    If you mean AA stallions of the French variety (i.e., not an F1 cross between an Arabian and a Thoroughbred), I know of three, all available frozen:

    1. Virginia Tech stood Baladin d'Oc, who...
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