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    80 for farm call plus expenses... So probably...

    80 for farm call plus expenses... So probably around 200. Luckily have not needed that call for about 6 years now....
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    so here is a "Modern" horse that I would consider...

    so here is a "Modern" horse that I would consider compact but not downhill/ of good sporthorse type. He is the damsire of classic runner California Chrome, and his OTTB offspring are in fact doing...
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    There are a couple issues here. Confo and mm...

    There are a couple issues here. Confo and mm type. So, for eventers you need stamina and a more uphill build for the dressage phase. At very least they need to be level and not downhill. The...
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    Walls: we have hardwood bottom half ( yellow...

    Walls: we have hardwood bottom half ( yellow pine) and steel bars top half for ventilation and visibility to other horses. New moms do not like their neighbors peering at their kid, but the get over...
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    I do not like auto waterers because 1) horses...

    I do not like auto waterers because 1) horses poop in them, buckets are easier to wash and 2) you can't monitor how much they are drinking ( or not.... Which is the concern here in winter. ) for me...
  6. http://www.pedigreequery.com/dance+with+ravens...

    http://www.pedigreequery.com/dance+with+ravens this guy is a plain brown wrapper sort but has been producing quite a few eventers from his OTTB offspring locally. Because of that he ended up on my...
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    Genuine Risk only had one foal Genuine Regard. He...

    Genuine Risk only had one foal Genuine Regard. He was a dud at stud for racing, ended up a polo pony stud out west.
  8. Fwiw the boys learned pretty quickly that when...

    Fwiw the boys learned pretty quickly that when they saw tack coming it was work time and no funny business was happening...even if excited you could see them deflate when the saddle came out...
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    The barrel horses I have met were all GO and no...

    The barrel horses I have met were all GO and no stop with the turn. In fact that is what we did with our polo prospects that did not work out/ were too hot and resistant to the stopping part of polo:...
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    Will take more time with these later. The names...

    Will take more time with these later. The names listed are barn names and not registered names for most of them.
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    The first is hoist the flag like our u s flag...

    The first is hoist the flag like our u s flag mare, one is bred sir gaylord ( turn to) like the Coxs ridge mare. The others are lines I don't know though apparently highlander turns up often.
  12. No, not with the 2 I have owned

    No, not with the 2 I have owned
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    Our very best polo mare is bred Coxs Ridge. She...

    Our very best polo mare is bred Coxs Ridge. She is a hot horse....at 19 or 20 now is just starting to calm down. If you had one foot in the stirrup you better be getting in the saddle quick.but to...
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    Honestly anything small around 15.1h is used. ...

    Honestly anything small around 15.1h is used. Probably a lot of Northern Dancer for that reason: he throws small and compact. One of our TB polo ponies is by US Flag, but many of them didn't even...
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    I've only had one in 15 years.... Head was turned...

    I've only had one in 15 years.... Head was turned back instead of pointed forward.
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    http://www.northviewstallions.com/index.php/stalli...

    http://www.northviewstallions.com/index.php/stallions/maryland-sires/red-3 this guy is Pleasant Tap.... But typical for type
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    The tend to be tall, chrome less bay, solid bone,...

    The tend to be tall, chrome less bay, solid bone, sound ,good movers, neck set on a bit low, good jumpers, superb temperament ( sweet, willing to please) with a rather coarse head. Very slow to...
  18. Due in March! It was really funny when the (...

    Due in March! It was really funny when the ( white)
    Mare went to Northview to be bred. The farm vet there to help with breeding rounded the corner, saw her, his eyes bugged out and he said " what...
  19. I like 3/4 of her pedigree: up front Caro, ...

    I like 3/4 of her pedigree: up front Caro, prince john, Seattle slew. The only iffy part is Dynaformer: throws a super athlete with a fairly consistent difficult attitude. The covering sire.... Meh.
  20. only thing I can add is about Marshuas Dancer. I...

    only thing I can add is about Marshuas Dancer. I had a MD mare that was older/ retired upper level jumper. She only had one foal then contracted severe Lymes Disease. I ended up having her...
  21. Very nice! Damascus, Raja Baba, hoist the flag,...

    Very nice! Damascus, Raja Baba, hoist the flag, Skywalker, no double ...only issue is I have had 2 US Flag bred mares: can jump the moon/ snarky personalities.
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    Depends on if dam is inspected and breeder is...

    Depends on if dam is inspected and breeder is willing to submit a breeding certificate. With old/ isr she would only be eligible for lower book/ isr papers at her age.
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    In the end a picture would help a lot more.

    In the end a picture would help a lot more.
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    I'm also not sure why the price of the filly...

    I'm also not sure why the price of the filly should be dropped IF she is priced accordingly as unregistered. If she was already registered she would be worth more and priced accordingly.
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    If the stallion is not WB inspected the foal...

    If the stallion is not WB inspected the foal can't get wb papers at all. The filly can just be inspected / approved at 3 for future breeding purposes. But as to the cost question: to present my...
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