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    Default Half Warmblood, Half Thoroughbred Stallions?

    I was hoping we could get a list together of all the registered/approved Warmblood stallions out there breeding that are at least 25% Thoroughbred. I know of Ironrule. Who else?

    Thanks!



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    Off the top of my head, I believe Noble Champion has a high percentage of TB blood. Special Memories is another; his dam was a TB.
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    Default Lotus T

    His mama is a TB.



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    Nevada is just over 50% TB / Dutch bloodlines



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    Quote Originally Posted by chestnutwithchrome View Post
    I was hoping we could get a list together of all the registered/approved Warmblood stallions out there breeding that are at least 25% Thoroughbred.
    Noble Houston (TB)
    Coconut Grove (TB)
    Haxagon's Louisville (1/4 TB)
    Just the Best
    Royal Prince (1/4 TB)
    Deja Blue B (1/4 TB)
    Don Principe (1/4 TB)
    Rashka (1/4 TB)
    Raymeister (1/2) (sire of Rashka)
    Londonderry (1/2 TB)
    Last edited by RiverOaksFarm; Jan. 31, 2010 at 07:04 PM. Reason: forgot one of my favorites, Londonderry!
    River Oaks Farm - home of the Elite Book Friesian Sporthorse Grand Prix dressage stallion Lexington - sire of four consecutive FSA National Inspection Champions. Endorsing the FSA.



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    Are you just looking for stallions with one TB parent or the percentage of TB blood?

    I think there are very few Holsteiner stallions who are not at least 25% TB and probably a decent percentage from the other WB registries as well.



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    I'd say most WB's are "at least 25% TB"-- starting with all the offspring of Ladykiller, Laurie's Crusader, Furioso, Heraldik , Mytens, Lemon, Marlon, Prince Thatch etc., etc. (50% min.), then Cor de la Bryere, Londonderry, Landgraf, Lord, Merlin...(25% min.) --- need I go on? Which is the website that gives %age of TB blood? Start plugging in names. My guess is that even the majority of those WB's with "WB" parents on both sides are still >50% TB. E.g., when I researched Cunningham (Cassini I x Iorella [Caletto II]), I recall him being over 60%.



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    So far we have these. Any more? I am just looking with stallions with at least 25% TB blood, because in so many threads I see people reccomend that people breed to stallions with a high % TB blood if they are breeding for an eventer. I would love a list that is easy to look at to find that info.



    Quote Originally Posted by RiverOaksFarm View Post
    Noble Houston (TB)
    Coconut Grove (TB)
    Haxagon's Louisville (1/4 TB)
    Just the Best (3/4 TB)
    Royal Prince (1/4 TB)
    Deja Blue B (1/4 TB)
    Don Principe (1/4 TB)
    More Than Luck (1/4 TB)
    Nevada (1/2 TB)
    Lotus T (1/2 TB)
    Noble Champion(1/2 TB)
    Special Memories (1/2 TB)
    Ironman (1/4 TB)
    Ironrule (3/4 TB)
    Sea accounts( TB)
    A Fine Romance (TB)



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    Rashka (1/4 TB)
    Raymeister (1/2) (sire of Rashka)
    Londonderry (1/2 TB)
    River Oaks Farm - home of the Elite Book Friesian Sporthorse Grand Prix dressage stallion Lexington - sire of four consecutive FSA National Inspection Champions. Endorsing the FSA.



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    (You only want stallions Approved with Warmblood registries, right?)

    I think Lingh is also 1/4 TB
    Last edited by RiverOaksFarm; Jan. 31, 2010 at 07:14 PM. Reason: reworded question
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    [QUOTE=chestnutwithchrome;4653931] I am just looking with stallions with at least 25% TB blood, because in so many threads I see people reccomend that people breed to stallions with a high % TB blood if they are breeding for an eventer.

    IMO, you should change your low end percentage from 25% to 50, 60 or 75% if following that advice is your goal. As someone else mentioned, it would be difficult to find a Holsteiner with less than 25% TB blood, and it's highly likely that the situation with other registries would be similar. IOW, 25% would be a very low %age of TB blood, not a high one.



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    Please only approved stallions. Fish, I would be happy to change the parameters to at least 50% TB. That leaves:
    Noble Houston (TB)
    Coconut Grove (TB)
    Just the Best (3/4 TB)
    Nevada (1/2 TB)
    Lotus T (1/2 TB)
    Noble Champion(1/2 TB)
    Special Memories (1/2 TB)
    Ironrule (3/4 TB)
    Sea accounts( TB)
    A Fine Romance (TB)

    Anybody else?



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    Rubinesque *Pb*
    Windfall *Pg*

    They are both 1/2 T'bred and approved with the ATA (amongst others, but they are both Trakehners).
    Emerald Acres standing the ATA Approved Stallion, Tatendrang. Visit us at our Facebook Farm Page as well!



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    Noble Houston (TB)
    Coconut Grove (TB)
    Just the Best (3/4 TB)
    Nevada (1/2 TB)
    Lotus T (1/2 TB)
    Noble Champion(1/2 TB)
    Special Memories (1/2 TB)
    Ironrule (3/4 TB)
    Sea accounts( TB)
    A Fine Romance (TB)
    Rubinesque *Pb*
    Windfall *Pg*
    Guaranteed Gold (TB)
    Last edited by chestnutwithchrome; Jan. 31, 2010 at 08:28 PM. Reason: forgot a stallion



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    Default Innkeeper

    Tb



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    Regulus - 1/4 TB
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    My boy "Dillon" aka Avebury WF
    http://www.paardenfokken.nl/pedigree.php?horseid=302757
    Has his permanent breeding license and is eventing in Aiken with Ryan Wood.

    And also "Oz" aka Wizard WF:
    http://www.paardenfokken.nl/pedigree.php?horseid=303193
    Is going well under saddle and started over fences. Is also licensed, and standing for his first year at stud.
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    Although he does not appear so at first glance of Pedigree,
    Beste Gold is 31.25% TB...

    http://www.sporthorse-data.com/d?i=10449289

    12.5% from damline,
    and 18.75% from sireline...
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    More AHHA stallions not already mentioned.

    Hunter
    Orleandro
    Stealth S



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