Type: Posts; User: Fred
I'd love that fanfayre! Love Jaguar Mail too.
My greatest hope is to see the A Fine Romance daughters bred to outstanding stallions like him (and others) and see the line carried on into future...
My greatest fear too.
I'm so very sorry, just terrible and heartbreaking.
This winter just won't give up! I'm wondering what people are reading, to help get through it and if anyone has any more great suggestions.
A confession: I really like a genre I call 'Brit Chic...
Keeping Cotton in my thoughts.
No matter what they do, Obama (and Hillary) are wrong.
And everything is ALWAYS the black man's fault. *
Sending lots of jingles and get better soon wishes for your girl.
Sending good thoughts for a speedy and complete recovery!
Quite teary to hear this good update.
You are brave, Cotton!
I won't be there personally (will I ever get away from this farm???)
but there is an A Fine Romance daughter, A Little Romance, ridden by Jess Phoenix competing at Advanced.
Best of luck to all...
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My dream cross would be A Fine Romance with Headley Britannia.
I love her.
He is proven to produce upper level eventers - sound, athletic horses with great gallops and jumping ability out of a wide...
I think the best person to speak to about both stallions would be Kathy St Martin (Equine Reproduction).
She is very honest and straightforward and could tell you best which of her lovely stallions...
Adding my hugest jingles for Cotton and giant hugs for you ACME.
Hoping for the best for your wonderful boy.
It's amazing that people buy that 'one of us' baloney that he pedals.
He might be an ignorant low-life, but he is definitely not one of the 'working class'.
I'm sure there is a very good reason...
Billy, Reg, everyone, who has said such kind things....
Thank you so much, it means so much to me, I can't tell you.
My biggest hope, in the end, is that Fred has a legacy, that people will look...
I didn't know that! How very nice, amazing.
My husband and I have been married for 33 yrs. We got married within 5 months of meeting, and as you can imagine, many people (ok, most) thought it wouldn't last.
We had some enormous challenges...
Just wondering if anyone here was at Rocking Horse, and had any reports?
Makes sense to me suz.
As we get older, and the world around us continues to change, we do feel increasingly powerless and fearful.
Add losing loved ones, eyesight, impaired hearing, memory loss...
I agree with sophie, Louise, definitely no need to go Persian - especially since you don't like them! lol - but there are so many nice rugs out there, for reasonable prices - have fun shopping!