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    Smile TB Stallions- a comprehensive list

    I'm trying to get together a comprehensive list of TB stallions used for breeding sport horses.

    The stallions should still breeding or have semen available. They should also have "sport mare friendly" owners (i.e. willing to breed to non-racing stock).

    COTH has great collective knowledge so I was hoping you guys could add to the list

    Here is what I have so far...
    http://www.freewebs.com/americanthor...nsforsport.htm

    If you have a stallion to add or if I have something incorrect please let me know.

    Thanks in advance!



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    You have Just A Devil standing at the wrong farm. He stands at www.cedarbrookfarm.com I don't imagine there are 2 of them. This one is Devil's Bag - Seattle Slew - Danzig
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    Also, I believe Argo's Quest has been gelded and sold.



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    Thanks Fairview & POC!
    Last edited by cuonxc; Feb. 8, 2008 at 12:39 PM.



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    Irish Hills Tonka Toy (wayzata X Miss wings) JC name is
    WeeZataHere.
    contact lcookti@msn.com for her website link.
    ther eis a photo of him on my site & she can give you his show results. he is just starting at stud, he is 6 this year-has 2-3 on the ground from last year.
    http://www.irishhillsfarm.com/missy



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    Seine Minstrel has crossed the rainbow bridge. I have one of his granddaughters. Shes' a great horse.

    I don't know if you want to add British horses but this one is one I've been drooling over

    http://www.louellastud.co.uk/primitive_proposal.php

    They have other Tb stallions at the same stud farm.

    http://www.louellastud.co.uk/stallions.php
    -Painted Wings

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    I love this local guy for sport horses. His oldest are two y.o.'s, they are stunning and have great movement!

    http://www.oakhurstthoroughbreds.com...dled%27s+Comet



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    Epic Leap was sold and gelded... a year ago? I think... I don't know if Shannon has any frozen left, or not.
    "Your little finger and your mind can move a 1000 pound horse." - Dominique Barbier



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    Shannon does have doses of frozen Epic Leap semen.



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    Lanciano is in Alberta, but he does live cover and fresh cooled.

    http://www.canadianwarmbloods.com/st...orseid=1000132
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    I have two in Alabama, just do live cover, although I have a little bit of frozen (would have to be very special to use it). They are getting older, but certainly have wonderful sportlines. I'm not actively promoting them because I'm just really burned out, but they are viable and should be on the list.
    Master Huntsman (Master Gypsy-Madam Chow Chow x Connaught, 1980 Dk Bay)
    Murray's Law (Master Huntsman-Fast Tune x Jig Time x Native Dancer, 1989, grey)
    www.krugerrandrunfarm.com.



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    when you say "american thoroughbred," do you mean american bred? For instance, Lanciano was bred in Germany but stands in North America (Canada).



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    Cuonxc - Great list!!

    We also stand Half Moon Romance (Soaking Smoking X Romance On Ice). Hes avaible LC and AI (fresh cooled). His info is on our site as well if you wanted to add him



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    Quote Originally Posted by Painted Wings View Post
    Seine Minstrel has crossed the rainbow bridge. I have one of his granddaughters. Shes' a great horse.

    I don't know if you want to add British horses but this one is one I've been drooling over

    http://www.louellastud.co.uk/primitive_proposal.php

    They have other Tb stallions at the same stud farm.

    http://www.louellastud.co.uk/stallions.php
    I have a Primitive Proposal baby :-)..she is mentioned at the bottom of his page under progeny (Primitive Passion)
    This her last year as a 2yo :-)
    and a link to her webpage that shows her from in utero to showing as a 2yo :-)
    http://www.shannonleighstables.com/TRULY-S-PAGE

    http://www.shannonleighstables.com/p...uly-trot-2.jpg



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    Thumbs up Thanks!

    Awesome! I'll get to work updating everything. Keep the great info coming!



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    Question semen in US?

    Quote Originally Posted by Painted Wings View Post

    I don't know if you want to add British horses but this one is one I've been drooling over

    http://www.louellastud.co.uk/primitive_proposal.php

    They have other Tb stallions at the same stud farm.

    http://www.louellastud.co.uk/stallions.php
    These guys are awesome! Do you know if they ship semen to the US (or have a broker)?
    I don't mind adding foreign stallions as long as their semen is available



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    Quote Originally Posted by sm View Post
    when you say "american thoroughbred," do you mean american bred? For instance, Lanciano was bred in Germany but stands in North America (Canada).
    sm -for the stallion list any full TB from a recognized stud book. I'm going to focus on American BRED TBs for the performance database (in the works but not posted yet -stay tuned!)



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    Quote Originally Posted by JCIbarra View Post
    I love this local guy for sport horses. His oldest are two y.o.'s, they are stunning and have great movement!

    http://www.oakhurstthoroughbreds.com...dled%27s+Comet
    Do you know if they breed to sport horse mares?



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    I think the website is awsome!! A wonderful source of information. Can't help with particular stallions, but just an idea in general.

    Since TBs have to be live covered for admission into the JC would it be possible to list the state they are standing in by thier names? As you have it now it's nice to look at all the wonderful horses, but it would be easier to just glance and see what horses are around them.

    Just wondering....
    Last edited by TrakGeorge; Feb. 11, 2008 at 09:37 AM. Reason: grammer error



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    good idea....something to add to the list!

    FYI -The Blood Horse & TB Times stallion directories have stallions listed by state if you need that infor now



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