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  1. My mareline does not go back as far as the...

    My mareline does not go back as far as the imported mares from Europe. Still, my foundation mare, Wanroij x Milkie XX, who I bought as a 2 year-old filly was keur preferent by the time she was nine,...
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    No keurings for my 3 foals, unfortunately, as the...

    No keurings for my 3 foals, unfortunately, as the nearest inspection site is at least a 15 hour drive to the U.S., so boarder crossing involved. Nearest Canadian site is at least 18 hours away. Check...
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    Loucky Hagen-Groosman, who used to live in...

    Loucky Hagen-Groosman, who used to live in Virginia, sold the foal Cintango (Contago x Jazz), bred and born in the U.S., to the Netherlands, where he became fully approved with the KWPN.
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    I, too, agree with Rodawn. If I look at how a...

    I, too, agree with Rodawn. If I look at how a mare corrects her foal, with nipping or kicking, what I do is nothing by comparison, even though it is very forceful. The best broodmares do a lot of...
  5. Thread: Proud bragging

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    Congrats! Well done!

    Congrats! Well done!
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    I started with the idea to breed a horse for my...

    I started with the idea to breed a horse for my daughter who was a talented and ambitious rider. She was in her early teens. At least that's what I told myself. I had the horse bug from my earliest...
  7. Thread: umbilical lump

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    I just had one that had a bit of a lump near the...

    I just had one that had a bit of a lump near the base of the umbilicus. Temp was also slightly raised by day 3. Treated with antibiotics. When stump fell off a few days later, turns out foal had...
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    Pretty much what the others said. It reallly...

    Pretty much what the others said. It reallly helps to have proven performers on both sides of the pedigree. By "proven", i mean by being Olympic/World Cup level horses. Look at the older siblings...
  9. I often will repeat a second and third time if I...

    I often will repeat a second and third time if I am particularly pleased with the result of the cross.
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    First six months is free, or until weaning,...

    First six months is free, or until weaning, whichever comes first. Sometimes I can keep weanlings until spring of yearling year. It depends on space and distance to be travelled to new home. They...
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    Start with the best mare you can possibly afford,...

    Start with the best mare you can possibly afford, with a proven performance record in her pedigree, and marketable bloodlines for your discipline of choice.
    If it is an older mare, make sure she is...
  12. I can't help you other than to say I have a 19...

    I can't help you other than to say I have a 19 year-old mare who has the same issues when she is open. I try to keep her out as much as possible during her heats to avoid injury to herself in the...
  13. Thread: Idocus offspring

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    I have a 16 year-old mare by Idocus. She is a...

    I have a 16 year-old mare by Idocus. She is a lovely dressage type, but has spent most of her life as a broodmare. The summers she doesn't have a foal by her side, she is under saddle. Her babies...
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    Super stuff!! That is why it is offered for sale...

    Super stuff!! That is why it is offered for sale by the straw.
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    Breeding the "world-beater" horse is one thing. ...

    Breeding the "world-beater" horse is one thing. Getting them into the right hands to achieve their full potential, without them injuring themselves along the way, is another.

    I am very proud of...
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    I don't have a problem with his trot - no, not as...

    I don't have a problem with his trot - no, not as flashy as many of the longer-legged more refined types, but supple with power. I'm willing to bet he can really sit. As for the walk, I am not...
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    I noticed that too. I wasn't aware there was a...

    I noticed that too. I wasn't aware there was a class for that age.
  18. Thread: Totilis

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    Both my Totilas fillies, Inaya NSN (foal) and...

    Both my Totilas fillies, Inaya NSN (foal) and Hosanna NSN (yearling) received their First Premiums from the KWPN-NA jury, with comments on their type, suppleness and great use of hind leg. While...
  19. Thread: Totilis

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    In my opinion, Totilas needs to be crossed with a...

    In my opinion, Totilas needs to be crossed with a fairly refined mare with a lot of blood (% thoroughbred blood), for optimum results. I have not seen many Totilas offspring in person, but I have...
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    60 day check of Totilas x Ferro embryo confirmed...

    60 day check of Totilas x Ferro embryo confirmed a colt! This will be a full sibling to Hosanna NSN (yearling) and Inaya NSN (foal), both fillies. Also expected next year, repeat breedings, Sir...
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    I am with Hillside. For whatever reason, all...

    I am with Hillside. For whatever reason, all three of my mares caught on the first cycle this year, which is a first. My 18 year old foundation mare, Never Say Never, was bred at the vet hospital,...
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    Rhumba ster, in foal to Sir Gregory. This is the...

    Rhumba ster, in foal to Sir Gregory. This is the third time i have used this cross, and love it! And 18 year-old Never Say Never, keur preferent, in foal to Banderas, another repeat cross for the...
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    I am so very sorry. You fought a valiant battle,...

    I am so very sorry. You fought a valiant battle, but sometimes, it is just not meant to be. My heart goes out to you. I, too, lost a young foal years ago. I am sure he will be waiting for yet...
  24. My sincerest condolences on the loss of your...

    My sincerest condolences on the loss of your foal. Your generousity in offering your mare as a nurse mare is appreciated by the breeding community, I am sure.
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    Winnie (aka Never Say Never) by Wanroij, is back...

    Winnie (aka Never Say Never) by Wanroij, is back in foal to Banderas. This will be Winnie's 10th foal, and a full sibling to Faust NSN and Hera NSN.
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