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    Default Irish sport horse stallions

    What stallions are available in NA? If someone with knowledge on the Irish sport horse stallions could pm me I would be greatful!! Thanks everyone!



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    I'm assuming you mean part Irish Draught (any horse bred in Ireland is an ISH). The list of approved RIDSH stallions can be found at http://irishdraught.com/ There are also some unapproved stallions such as Flagmounts Freedom as well as some at Acorn Hill. I'm sure there are a few others that aren't coming to mind at the moment.
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    Flexible is an Irish Sporthorse Stallion based in the US (Oregon). http://flexiblegrandprixjumper.com



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    Thanks, I will take a look, I am specifically looking for a medium built stallion that is over 16.2 with a good easy temperament. Would love a half ISH and half warmblood. The mare herself is a smaller warmblood mare who is very sensitive, I am just thinking about other options rather than going with the typical warmblood crosses.



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    Quote Originally Posted by horsetales View Post
    ...(any horse bred in Ireland is an ISH).
    This is not correct. Ireland's dedicated showjumping studbook is the Warmblood Studbook of Ireland: http://www.irish-warmblood.com/

    There are also other breeds catering to, for example, the leisure sector.



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    We have IDs and IDSH's. I think you will be happy with your foal, if you select an ID or IDSH stallion. IDs and IDSHs usually have lovely temperaments and a good work ethic.


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