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    Just my opinion, but I think 3/4 lb of any kind...

    Just my opinion, but I think 3/4 lb of any kind of feed twice a day is too much for a 2-month old youngster. At that age they should be getting most of their nutrition from the milk their dam...
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    Beautiful filly - great name!! Congratulations!!

    Beautiful filly - great name!! Congratulations!!
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    Jazz may not be a good choice anymore.... he's...

    Jazz may not be a good choice anymore.... he's being collected at a different place now that is known to produce crappy frozen semen. I can't for the life of me understand why they did this to him. ...
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    Looking for J-Lu.....

    J-Lu, you contacted me and I tried to respond but your message box is full!

    You can get a hold of me at info@stalleuropa.com.
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    The older I get the less patience I seem to have...

    The older I get the less patience I seem to have for idiots! There is no excuse for doing something as stupid as was described in the original post with all the information available via the...
  6. I think it's a great idea!! If I still have...

    I think it's a great idea!! If I still have youngsters that are not sold by 2.5 years I end up having an abbreviated PPE done on them for my own peace of mind. We happen to be fortunate enough to...
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    Daventry - my sincere apologies! I got you mixed...

    Daventry - my sincere apologies! I got you mixed up with the OP but then that's my fault....
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    Daventry .... Just as I'm starting to take you...

    Daventry .... Just as I'm starting to take you somewhat seriously you come up with another unbelievable statement, specifically that you "freeze your own semen"!! You may "cool" it, but I don't for...
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    Daventry - in my case your statement should read...

    Daventry - in my case your statement should read .... Most mare owner's VETS use prostaglandin to short-cycle mares. :-) :-)

    There are very few breeders I know that have the expertise to...
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    Hampton Bay - I have no interest in belittling...

    Hampton Bay - I have no interest in belittling other breeders/horse owners. However, it was difficult for me to make sense of some of your seemingly contradictory statements....

    You state that...
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    I agree with Kimberlee that it has something to...

    I agree with Kimberlee that it has something to do with the breeder.... All of the horses I have bred have the letter S. E. after their name, with S. E. standing for Stall Europa, the name of my...
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    Gratuliere!! But I also agree with the other...

    Gratuliere!!

    But I also agree with the other poster that pictures are mandatory! :-)
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    I'm curious as to who gave the "abortion" shot...

    I'm curious as to who gave the "abortion" shot and what it actually was...... I assumed that it required a vet but I understand that sometimes you shouldn't assume anything. Also, wouldn't you...
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    You don't sound overly excited or worried about...

    You don't sound overly excited or worried about the new addition to your herd..... Having a foal means feeding your mare more to accommodate her milk production, it means treating the foal's navel...
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    I find that it's easier to sell weanlings...

    I find that it's easier to sell weanlings (actually foals that are still by their mother's side) because they typically "look" better than a yearling. The average foal buyer is not educated enough...
  16. I would definitely go with a stallion that will...

    I would definitely go with a stallion that will improve the canter in your mare.... Rock Forever seems to fit that bill nicely!

    Good luck!
  17. That looks like an awfully small stall for a mare...

    That looks like an awfully small stall for a mare to birth in.... Maybe that's why she didn't want to get down? Or maybe the video doesn't really give true dimensions?

    Congratulations on a nice...
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    I am completely underwhelmed with the reporting...

    I am completely underwhelmed with the reporting done by the USEF..... Try following a youngster in the Markel FEI Young Horse competitions..... it's unbelievable how incorrect and untimely the...
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    About Time - who founded/runs the North American...

    About Time - who founded/runs the North American Studbook? Their website gives no information regarding that...

    One of the things I like about the KWPN-NA (my registry of choice) is that the...
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    not again - you're on the wrong forum for your...

    not again - you're on the wrong forum for your question.... You state that American riders go to Europe for their horses, so why don't you post your question on the dressage forum? And you know...
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    As much as the mare you're considering sounds...

    As much as the mare you're considering sounds really nice, using her to breed and sell dressage horses will be somewhat of an uphill battle. If she had just a little more dressage blood in her, you...
  22. Manni - I don't think you have to ride the...

    Manni - I don't think you have to ride the broodmares in order to know what they're all about. I have mares that have been in performance and then I have some that haven't been.... To me it's much...
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    vineyridge - a lot of today's dressage is...

    vineyridge - a lot of today's dressage is expected to be a circus performance. Sort of like what happened to ice skating ... :-)
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    I'm sure that has something to do with it... :-) ...

    I'm sure that has something to do with it... :-) However, to me pricing becomes a mute point if I can't use the horse for either breeding or riding and be reasonably successful.

    Now if you're...
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    Make it 18.5K and call it a day! Sounds like a...

    Make it 18.5K and call it a day! Sounds like a good mare with good scores - so what if she's not perfect? Take a look at some of the top horses once the saddle comes off....

    Good luck!
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