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    What rule? You are the one putting numbers on the...

    What rule? You are the one putting numbers on the "Thoroughbrededness" of a horse? By your "rule" you obtain a grey horse by breeding a Black to a White? The 16h1 is either obtained by crossing a 16h...
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    It is not mathematics, it is genetic. It is not...

    It is not mathematics, it is genetic. It is not the % of a specific genes that he has, it is merely a ratio of how often TB individuals appears in his pedigree over 8 or 9 generations. It means...
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    In answer to My point is that he is not...

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    My point is that he is not more a TB than anything else. What Bayhawk said was true.
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    72% of TB blood doesn't make him more of a TB...

    72% of TB blood doesn't make him more of a TB than a Warmblood. He is simply not a TB. He is a modern warmblood. He is an example of the best way TB was used in SJ breeding in the netherlands. It is...
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    If you want an example of a recent TB stallion I...

    If you want an example of a recent TB stallion I think made a significant impact on sporthorse breeding, I think of Julio Mariner. If you look at its progeny on Horsetelex, you will se a couple of...
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    It is not that significant. I am not saying that...

    It is not that significant. I am not saying that the horses you refer to are bad horses. The only one I know is Shutterfly and he was a phenomenom. But However, if what we see is representative of...
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    Elles, the opinion I was trying to express, and...

    Elles, the opinion I was trying to express, and again it is only my opinion, is that the best horses win because they are the best. Courses 50 years ago were easyer but bigger, and now that the...
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    I do not agree with what you say. If, as you say,...

    I do not agree with what you say. If, as you say, courses are designed to fit the horses bred, than horses would simply not evolve.... And the old, heavy courses of the 60's, 70's and 80's were well...
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    Palacio is famous a showjumping course designer....

    Palacio is famous a showjumping course designer. The whole article was about show jumping.
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    I always ear that excuse and I think it is wrong....

    I always ear that excuse and I think it is wrong. I have read that quote from Palacios, and it is taken out of a long article on the warmblood's evolution in the sport. You can read that article...
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    Great analysis of the situation by Tom Reed ( I...

    Great analysis of the situation by Tom Reed ( I think it is Tom on this forum). I think he summarizes pretty well the role that the TB had over the years on shaping the Warmblood in the Dressage and...
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    Roven was born in Chile as well.

    Roven was born in Chile as well.
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    We finaly found one! The only horse I know in...

    We finaly found one! The only horse I know in those lines is his grand daughter Delphi who sincerly was a phenomenom. The rest, if all those informations are accurate seems of quality based on a...
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    Good, than I guess I am Laughable and Ignorant!...

    Good, than I guess I am Laughable and Ignorant! Glad to join the club......
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    grayarabpony, I, and other before, have been...

    grayarabpony, I, and other before, have been nothing but respectfull with you. I don't understand why you are being so ubnoxious? Trying to remain respectfull, If everyone around you is either...
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    Elles, if you are so convinced you are right, I...

    Elles, if you are so convinced you are right, I do not know what I can tell you to convince you. And if Joop Van Uytert wants to see your horse, good for you. He saw something I, or the other...
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    I think everything is about the point of vue. I...

    I think everything is about the point of vue. I am not an eventer guy, but compared to show jumper or dressage horses doing more advance level, to me the horse you put a video of is sub par. He seems...
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    I am saying that with all due respect, but I read...

    I am saying that with all due respect, but I read your post and I see absolutely nothing particularly interesting with regards to your stallion. Of course they cannot go and lookk at everyone's colt....
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    You are wrong on your last comments. Many,...

    You are wrong on your last comments. Many, maaaaany people are looking for the next big thing in TB. They have been looking historicaly in continental Europe, GB, Ireland and USA, but have moved in...
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    SEPowell, I am a breeder of show jumpers, and I...

    SEPowell, I am a breeder of show jumpers, and I believe in breeding specialists in every discipline. Canter to me is of prime importance because, of course, courses are jumped from canter. I want to...
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    Fred, people who do not share your nostalgia of...

    Fred, people who do not share your nostalgia of good old days are not necessarly ignorant. Many breeders of great horses of the past and of the present times says that TB kill the jump, not that they...
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    Where did you get that the vast majority of...

    Where did you get that the vast majority of Olympic GP horses of this era were out of TB dames? Their might have been, but they were not the rule, even more in Europe.
  23. Although if you come with a big check in your...

    Although if you come with a big check in your pocket, they will be glad to receive you whenever and serves you coffee during your tour!
  24. Contendro was sold to Groupe France √Člevage in...

    Contendro was sold to Groupe France √Člevage in 2013 and now stands in France. Famos remained a distributor of his semen in Germany.

    Best way to know where the stallions you like are standing is...
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    Ok, I am not going to argue long on his pedigree,...

    Ok, I am not going to argue long on his pedigree, and good if their are horses I am not aware of. But Gino H seems to be approuved with AES and has no significant results or products (but he is only...
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