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  1. Buyer beware. People buying a mare with interest...

    Buyer beware. People buying a mare with interest in future breeding should always have a breeding exam included during the PPE.
  2. Florestan for sure. He did not produce that old...

    Florestan for sure. He did not produce that old fashion like Donnerhall did. Donnerhall would be my second choice.
  3. "If a trainer buys the horse, then he has put his...

    "If a trainer buys the horse, then he has put his money down and assumed the risk of loss or lameness. If, by virtue of his talent and connections he sells the horse for a tidy profit, I have no...
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    I've had trouble finding it too. I saw a post...

    I've had trouble finding it too. I saw a post (can't remember when) talking about buying tack and supplies over seas (UK and Germany). Shipping cost might be high but maybe this is an option?
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    I appreciate all the feedback. Thanks. The...

    I appreciate all the feedback. Thanks. The horse will eventually be for resale but not for several years.
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    Definitely not a joke :-). My experience to...

    Definitely not a joke :-). My experience to date with hunters has been with a more laid back, slower to react type of horse. In some respects almost lazy if that makes any sense. I'm just not...
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    Possible hunter prospect

    I'm looking at a youngster that has very fluid, uphill movement as well as a wonderful hunter jump. He is also however, naturally more forward, sharper - quick to react & sensitive to the aids as...
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    I agree. Your vet will probably do bloodwork and...

    I agree. Your vet will probably do bloodwork and a course of Gastrogard. If it's an ulcer, the meds will help to clear it up. He should start to feel better pretty quickly if it is the case. Good...
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    I would definitely have him checked for ulcers as...

    I would definitely have him checked for ulcers as it is not unusual in unweaned foals and it does tend to cause excessive oral behaviour including cribbing. Ulcers are not only caused by stress. I...
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    My guess is that she could finish at 16.1 hh...

    My guess is that she could finish at 16.1 hh given her age and if you know the sire and dam's height is closer to that. You should find out about her siblings though.
  11. I don't think that Quaterback will help this mare...

    I don't think that Quaterback will help this mare much in the neck department. Have you seen Benetton Dream (Brentano II/Rotspon)? He has the neck, shoulder and hind end as well as excellent gaits....
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    That's true.... smaller does not necessarily mean...

    That's true.... smaller does not necessarily mean produce smaller. From my experience, Carpaccio, Escudo II, Fabriano, Rotspon (can also throw big sometimes) Donarweiss. Goodtimes does not really...
  13. I saw Haylee at the Hanoverian Verband's summer...

    I saw Haylee at the Hanoverian Verband's summer auction in July. Did she get purchased specifically to put in the NorCal auction?
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    I have sent you a PM.

    I have sent you a PM.
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    To Belle5429 regarding you post: "A few years...

    To Belle5429 regarding you post:

    "A few years ago, a person at a barn I was at purchased a mare just imported and was said to have papers. The trainer who imported her would not hand them over...
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    Registation papers actually protect the owner and...

    Registation papers actually protect the owner and the purchaser. They validate ownership and they are proof of the horse's bloodlines and age. Without them, any information about the horse is...
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    The mare is an 11 year old Hanoverian

    The mare is an 11 year old Hanoverian
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    St.Pr.St. Title

    What is required for a mare to get this title? Isn't it the highest breeding predicate? Are there minimum score requirements to achieve this? Is it the same as the Dutch "Keur" predicate?
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    I agree with Simbalism. We have such a pony,...

    I agree with Simbalism. We have such a pony, well 2 actually. Good safe ones are definitely out there but hard to find and they are usually not cheap. If you are not 'horsey" your best bet is to...
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    Initially we will be pretty much centrally...

    Initially we will be pretty much centrally located but will "batch" the farms of interest and then go north or south depending on where the majority of them are.

    To the couple of people who Pm'd...
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    We are also looking here and have looked at and...

    We are also looking here and have looked at and tried several already. Just haven't found what we're looking for yet. We will be in Germany the last week of July (business with some vacation) so...
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    Trip to Germany

    Looking for reputable breeders in Germany as I'm going for 1 week in July and am in the process of lining everything up now. I'm looking at 3 & 4 year olds that are started and going well and...
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    Thanks all! I'm going to get a farrier out to...

    Thanks all! I'm going to get a farrier out to look at him as he really has everything I am looking for and would hate to pass him up for something that could be helped significantly or even...
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    I wonder why anyone would let this happen in the...

    I wonder why anyone would let this happen in the first place if a farrier can correct it to some degree?
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    underslung heels

    Looking at a 6 year old gelding to show jumpers but can't decide if I should even bother to have him vetted. Everything looks good except that he has underslung heels with long toes. I'm concerned...
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