Type: Posts; User: Formosus
I'm an idiot, it was 338 days!! So no, no shock at all :lol:
I will go and edit that!
Born at 338 days in the full daylight sun.
Tonight I pulled a random email from the ones that were submited and it was:
I've send an email directly so if that is your email please check your spam catcher!
Thanks to all
Yes , there is defitnetly a difference between the various segment of the markets, in dressage and in breeding a 50% TB blood (especially is the dam is the TB) is looked at negatively...
Thanks for that comment, the survey not being strictly designed for hunter people I put the cross there and I went with my observation that full wb "usually" seemed to be priced (and sold) at higher...
Good points afox: I'm taking pointers for the next one!
No I don't think it invalidades my survey, unless the majority are lying (??)
The responses shows that the respondant are declaring themselves to be riders (to the tune of 91%).
So far the...
Got your comments: thanks!
Good points, it is hard to put all the subtilities into those questions, so I assume that people make assumption and that is ok!
Keep them coming and the more comments...
The compiling is not a slam dunk but the patterns are clearly emmerging.
If you have ideas about how to improve the survey drop me a PM!
and you filled out the survey: THANK YOU.
The survey is now closed.
We got 391 answers from this board alone, the results can be found a few pages down.
Select Breeder in Maryland would be my first choice.
They deal with international frozen all the time and they store for a lot of American stallion.
My experience (it's not that large mind you;)) there is no name on the papers just a number...
Clearly refining means different things to different folks.
For exemple I saw Dampezzo in person too and I think he is massive! Knowing his owner I think she would be slightly "miffed" at hearing...
Hotline, Hofrat, Dauphin in frozen.
Harvard (you know about)...
Glad for the positive outcomes.
But my!! the challenges of the next few weeks!!
The horses are back (yay!!) but what of the feed, everything must have gotten washed away! Snakes everywhere, a house...
Google is your friend:
Can't wait to hear more!!:lol:
There is two stallion sons standing in Alberta by him :
and at the same stable: Case (not sure if he is approved)
That would be sweet.
Or maybe Banquo?
Now I'M tapping my fingers too and I don't even need a new stallion to consider for this year!!...
Kinsella you are evil!!:lol:
Stallions have been known to savage mare that were carrying their own foal so lets not assume from Kathy's comments that if a stallion savages a mare there was something wrong with her
I wish I could breed to Zion :yes:
Lucky you CDE !!
I inquired but the replies (or lack of) I got from them clearly indicated that thy had no interest in shipping semen to Canada :no:
Yes that is a point I've made too, I think very often those wrongly assigned mares that so many get upset about are an error picked up at the CLRC that issues papers for ALL livestock in Canada and...
Ah ok, I think I understand but the wording is still conflicting:
liscence and approved do not always mean the same thing: licence coming prior to approval. Once approved a stallion might not be...
I'm with Ann: way too restrictive. I think I know which stallion it is too!;)
Too bad, its not the frozen that turns me off or even the price (for the right mare, the right stallion) but the...
I think selling anything is very difficult.
A car, a house, a riding horse. Anything that is a significant amount of money (and that definition varies with the individual) is difficult to sell.
No but I think its expensive!:)
Hasn't this whole discussion really been about open stud books versus closed one?
I know that on another discussion board a great fuss was made by a...