Type: Posts; User: VirginiaBred
crosscreeksh, you know you must now post daily updates to keep us in the loop!
Good luck and we want pictures!!!!!!!
I'm on board with less is more.
It's about watching the pony and how the child is riding the pony. That's why the hunter ring is conservative. Classy dress is desired and IF you are doing bows,...
Start a separate post with Farnley Sale as header. It will never get seen in this one. I was there but left after about 15 ponies had sold so I'm no help.
Please give her my best. :)
Breed her. :) I'd even breed her this year if she were older (exactly how old is she?)
You can contact Ray through his wife on Facebook.
I'm a fan of Heavenly Final Revelation also. I think you're pretty much done on the growing side of things, especially since you bred two purebreds. You can go with a larger stallion next time (up to...
It's all about the step.
Unfortunately, he'd have to be an exceptional individual to do the division at that size. Not saying it hasn't happened, but they were exceptional.
He's a pony. Show him as one.
Definitely contact Emily! She's fabulous!
She is on Facebook. I'll message you the rest.
Isn't the OP asking for information on Baloubet?
Remember, warmbloods are nothing more than crossbreds. Whether it's a horse or pony, it's a crossbred which means hidden height. The very best way to achieve a large pony is by using a horse mare...
How big is the stallion? I haven't found him on your page.....
A friend of mine in New Jersey has some lovely youngsters. :)
What is his pedigree? That can tell you a lot.
gumtree, I saw that! Crazy but I posted it anyway.
We ALWAYS, ALWAYS move the mare. We also wean on farm but the mares are taken to the other side of the farm and they can't see or hear their...
I've gone back through my VPBA Directories and he was never listed.
This is how we've always done it.
First of all, the stallion is too big. If you want a cross like that, use a big mare and cross with a smaller stallion.
Well, in a perfect world a young friend would be nice! Perhaps a pony?
Or an older gelding. Any retired quiet type will be fine too.
Have you called Farm Bureau yourself? I used to have Farm Bureau at my farm and riding lessons have always been taught (a well known fact with Farm Bureau here in my town) and no problems. I no...
Check your PMs :)
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