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  1. #1
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    Default Video of Rubinstein I? Update - Found video and posted on youtube! Link on 4th post.

    I know about the short video on Horse-Gate, but does anyone know of any other videos of Rubinstein? I can't seem to find much of anything....
    Last edited by jdeboer01; Mar. 7, 2010 at 09:55 PM.
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    I found this on You Tube, but it's not marked as to whether it's THE Rubinstein. Looks like him?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8tOX...eature=related

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    At sporthorse-data.com there is a nice little video (just type in his name).



    At A-1 Performance Sires you can rent Rubinstein and His Sons from the video library.



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    Thanks everyone! After another COTH member gave me a huge lead, I found some video, and went ahead and posted it on youtube for everybody.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K4Qzw__KGC0

    What an incredible stallion he was.....

    Enjoy!
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    Wow...what a neat horse. I think he must be my favorite WB of all. I loved how he was ridden in that video also.



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    Beautiful! Thank you for sharing on youtube.
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    Thank you for that link. Wonderful to see and to see him so well ridden too!
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    Wonderful video. I believe Heike Albert had that clip on her video of Routinier.

    Rubinstein I was such a kind and generous horse - so full of try and desire to please. And such a shame his gentle heart could not find the fight in it to overcome the laminitis that claimed him. He was gone way too young.



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    "Chills" - what a wonderful performance. What a horse - and incredible influence in warmblood breeding.



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    I have that wonderful footage of him posted above on YouTube.........it was on the stallion videos of several of his sons......Rolling Stone, Rosenthal, etc. He was a fantastic horse.......I love his"R" line! I have two of them.....
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    Thanks for sharing the links! I feel very fortunate to have a granddaughter in my herd.

    I also noticed on Facebook that the Rubinstein son Ruffian is once again available for breeding, and they are running a great special on his fee, to kind of reintroduce him to the market!

    Looking Glass Farm Offers a one-time breeding special to reintroduce a very special stallion to the breeding market: GOV Licensed Oldenburg Stallion Ruffian (Rubenstein 1/St. Pr. St. Ilmenau (Inschallah AA) ) HALF PRICE STUD FEE $600.00 if booked by March 31, 2010. Normal stud fee $1200.00. For details on Ruffian visit...www.oldenburghorse.com or www.lgfsporthorses.com. DVD of Ruffian available or farm visit by appointment. Offspring on premises. Collection fees apply. Live foal guarantee. EVA negative and vaccinated. lookingglassfarm@mac.com



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    Ruffian is right down the road from my farm and I get to see him often. He is a wonderful stallion both in personality, conformation and movement. Alison is doing a great job with bringing him back. I had a wonderful filly by him with spectacular movement. I would not hesitate to breed back to him again with the right mare. All you mare owner's still looking should jump on this great offer.



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    Managed to get Ruffian back out in the show ring last weekend (yay!). OK, just a schooling show, but he scored 68.9% at 3rd level, test 2. We still have a way to go in terms of fitness and strength, but I was SO impressed with his behavior - I have never taken him out in public since I have had him and he hasn't shown for probably 4 years or so. No real goals for him, just want to keep him healthy and happy and enjoying his work.

    And, more exciting - one of his daughters was at the same show!



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