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  1. #1
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    Question San Amour

    Anyone have success with San Amour frozen semen?



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    Really? No one has tried it yet???



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    Shari Glickman has used it twice with two pregnancies. One was an ET and the other is a foal coming in 2010 from her wonderful Rohdiamant mare!

    Both conceived first try I think.



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    I am also curious about this stallion. He looks fantastic but not very many people are breeding to him. Why??



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    I can only comment on chilled but my maiden 19 year old got in foal with it and I have an ET due this Sunday. The courier also lost some semen which turned up 3 days later the vets commented it was more viable than most sement which is less than 24 hours old.
    I like San Amour but he is no longer the new thing there where several foals in 2008 and few in 2009 and I am on the end of the wave using him for my 2010 foal.



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    the one I saw were......not that good (movement wise, and with lacking hind leg). but less than 5 so small sample. Plus, a gazillion SH sons out there, so tough competition
    Linda Woltz
    www.walnut-farm.com
    standing Benidetto (Belissimo M/SPS COrdoba)



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    My San Amour filly arrived 4 days ago. A black filly with a star just like I ordered. I found the frozen semen to be quite good. I used one dose three years ago with a competition mare who hadn't been bred in 7 years and never with frozen for a successful embryo transfer. Sadly, that colt died at birth. I used the other dose last year on my Rohdiamant mare who is 12 and had been successfully bred a number of times with frozen, so perhaps her pregnancy was less impressive. But still no complaints about two pregnancies with two doses of frozen.

    Personally, I like this foal VERY much. She is quite pretty, leggy (but not too light of bone) looks to have very round, uphill gaits. Overall, IMO, a big improvement on an already nice mare. I would definitely consider breeding back, but of course will continue to assess as she matures.

    You can see lots of pictures of her here: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?ai...2&l=2f6857a465


    And video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R9z4pBMhavI
    GoodNess Ridge Farm
    www.goodnessridge.com



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