Type: Posts; User: ~Freedom~
If you want some jumping blood with proven eventers that are currently showing and not diminish the dressage influence I would go with A Fine Romance. He is a proven event stallion with well...
Toronto/London/Barrie/Collingwood and to some degree Peterborough. As well the Niagara. So basically pretty much all of southern Ontario you should find something.
Good to see you got that old ticker looked at. Not safe to play around with a potentially failing heart.
You should stay away from stress and anything that requires strenuous exercise.
Wasn't aware of another thread but SLC is no spring chicken and County passed so quickly it had me thinking.
I just read about County's passing and possibly SLC's potential can kicker so I was wondering if something happened to you would you fade into nothingness or would we on this forum be aware of your...
Oh I have noticed but LaurieB below put it well enough..........
Actually Laurie I don't have to come to COTH for usually what is posted here by certain stallion owners that are looking for...
I can only imagine the size of that manuscript.
You could substitute sister instead of buddy and I think that has already happened---on another board.:eek:
I agree and I always thought that Faux Finish was supposed to be more than just a decent/modest mare.
According to her FF is a stunning, unique one of a kind mare.
Since when has TC ever been...
Other than the sire I just don't see much black type so unless the mare was very exceptional I don't think the resulting foal could even get into any select yearling sales.
I believe he finished in the money in the King Cotton. I have very little information on him that is why I though I would ask. That stud fee of $500.00 sends a red flag to me. I doubt that anything...
Want to know more about this stallion.
He is being offered for only $500.00 stud fee with not much on...
Do tell, what year were you there?
I have a few of the old masters that I read through. Some are not available in English.
I am sure that SLC has a ton of them (for research purposes) she will be able to advise you on one.:yes:
Could not agree more. I find it sad actually that slc will always take the path directly opposite of what everyone else does. Not every post will be right but not every post will be wrong either.
This is not a horse for my tastes and while it may be fine for the lower levels it simply is not showing anything that a good dressage horse should have. I don't like the knee action, the trot is...
So Jenn2674 is SLC? Somehow that does not surprise me. I wonder how many other "alters" she has.
I have to agree with the possibility that a very lightweight rider could have problems. I am that person. My biggest problem is trying to keep my skinny ass in the saddle where...
The arrogance of someone that hasn't a single thing to show in all her "career".
To the OP.... go and as long as you realize you are there for the schooling only then you are good to go.
Thanks Kathy for putting in an update.
I had posted back some time ago but people didn't seem to think it was too terribly important.
First make sure you have the most freshest of ingredients.
Make sure the tails and feet are removed. Also make sure they don't have any "innards" left and ensure they are properly...
Considering Miss Erin affected almost everyone that posted on this board (many in a negative way) and we all share a passion for horses I don't feel that is a stretch.:)
It is Christmas time and we are supposed to be in good cheer. And I am. No more Erin and thank God !
The new mods especially Mod 1 ( sorry Mod 2 but I don't see you as much) are a joy to have...
I also picked other as I bred mine.
I didn't know that they judged schooling shows. :confused:
Couldn't agree more. I have even heard it said that dressage 20 years ago is not "real" dressage. I have seen it written that the tests of 20/25 years ago were easy and didn't really do dressage up...