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  1. Sorry, but this is just wrong. The channel has...

    Sorry, but this is just wrong. The channel has NOTHING to do with thigh rolls - I ride in a saddle with external rolls - they are simply attached to the outside flap of the saddle - and I ride in a...
  2. http://www.carbondalefarms.com/stallion_frenchkiss...

    http://www.carbondalefarms.com/stallion_frenchkiss_fees.html
  3. Money's no object, I can buy both:lol::lol::lol: ...

    Money's no object, I can buy both:lol::lol::lol: And Rocher:yes:
  4. No Jacket, thank you for the summary, 17 pages is...

    No Jacket, thank you for the summary, 17 pages is a bit much to wade through:lol: A few quick comments on judging - USEF licenses judges, USDF just runs the initial screening and training program...
  5. I agree - Brentina has great performance...

    I agree - Brentina has great performance bloodlines. I think once you see a few horses with similar bloodlines doing so well in the competition ring, it is worth considering those bloodlines for...
  6. I think it was Conrad S who said that there is...

    I think it was Conrad S who said that there is good grinding and bad grinding. Some horses grind when they concentrate - so part of the challenge is to determine if this is what your horse does when...
  7. Just ONE - if money is no object, I think I'll...

    Just ONE - if money is no object, I think I'll buy a few:lol: Brentina is high on the list - she has always looked so RIDEABLE. There are others who are fancier (and since money's no object, maybe I...
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    I think most people are pretty aware that I NEVER...

    I think most people are pretty aware that I NEVER was interested in registering any of my horses with your registry, so why would you state that? Or make any of the other comments posted here? I...
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    Jdboer, I notice you enjoy putting down my...

    Jdboer, I notice you enjoy putting down my stallion, my ideas, and breeding program. Funny when you and River Oak started up your special registry, you pm'd me and asked me to join it - back then,...
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    This is slightly off the original topic, but ties...

    This is slightly off the original topic, but ties in to PP's post about American breeds. At a show this past weekend, I saw a Morgan that moved like one of the very fancy Dutch Warmbloods - fabulous...
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    Don't forget to bring the horse:lol: In all...

    Don't forget to bring the horse:lol:

    In all seriousness - bring a first aid kit - one for you, one for horsie.
    Spare halter and lead.
    Rubberbands for last minute touch up.
    Spot remover if your...
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    Naps, you are a brand new poster - very first...

    Naps, you are a brand new poster - very first post on the forum. Welcome. Nice to see you join in on this discussion. My stallion's grand dam is one of those Paints that has a lot of Tbred in her. ...
  13. If you know what fits your horse, you can usually...

    If you know what fits your horse, you can usually find it used on eBay - what price range are you looking at? There are often some nice used Bates saddles (Isabelle & Caprelli models) for under...
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    I know it has already been said - but the mind is...

    I know it has already been said - but the mind is really more important than confirmation. And probably NEXT factor is training - ie the RIDER! I think more horses are held back by their riders...
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    Patty, take a look at the pictures (and many of...

    Patty, take a look at the pictures (and many of the others you can find on All Breeds Pedigree) - some of them are much WORSE than the drafts of today. I agree with Darlyn on this one, the point...
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    Hehehehe, that was reserved for the Baroque...

    Hehehehe, that was reserved for the Baroque horses :lol:
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    I love that cross - my Friesian/Dutch stallion...

    I love that cross - my Friesian/Dutch stallion has an amazing piaffe and passage! Showing PSG right now, and hoping he is ready for GP within the next two years! Here are a couple of videos links -...
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    http://www.mysticoakranch.com/performancephotos.ht...

    http://www.mysticoakranch.com/performancephotos.html- the chestnut on this page is a Friesian Morgan cross - he is only a young horse in the picture.

    and a yearling that is Friesian/Warmblood x...
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    Why not accessorize your helmet? A little...

    Why not accessorize your helmet? A little creative wrapping of the scarf, maybe a bit of velcro here and there, and voila, fashion! Of course, we EXPECT you to post a picture or two;)
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    Well SLC, actually, I think both sides of this...

    Well SLC, actually, I think both sides of this discussion are right ;) There were lighter type horses in the breeding mix too! Thoroughbreds, Arabians, infused with heavier horses - and so both...
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    I think they are all about the same in...

    I think they are all about the same in popularity. If you look in the USDF Yearbook, AWS has more membership, and generally has more horses at the mid and upper levels than does AWR, if that means...
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    Well, I'd back up and say, it is more than just...

    Well, I'd back up and say, it is more than just "what to cross a Friesian with". It goes back to WHY are you crossing, what are you trying to breed, then researching the bloodlines as well as the...
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    AllBReedPedigree has many MANY pictures of...

    AllBReedPedigree has many MANY pictures of Warmblood foundation stallions that look just like the ones that Darlyn posts - I've always been fascinated when people say Warmbloods have NO draft in...
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    Hi Eileen, how about just changing the wording a...

    Hi Eileen, how about just changing the wording a bit - that Judge's assessment on how that movement was performed? If you want to get even more "technical", you can go on to say something like "The...
  25. FatCat, your perception is correct, there are...

    FatCat, your perception is correct, there are many Friesians who are weaker in the loin. However, there are many who are also lovely with strong backs - it is just like any other breed, you need to...
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