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  1. #1
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    Default Top genetics in the air !

    As we speak , a very nice coming 2 yr old stallion from Canturo / Acord II / Corde / Raimond stamm 776 is in route to the U.S. The mother won a Nations Cup in Helsinki , the grandmother is none other than U-Classic , full sister to Calvados I & II and the great grandmother is the famous Biserta. This is one of the best motherlines in the world.

    I bought this young stallion as a foal from Herr Bahlmann and he is now owned by Nick Edmunds of Hidden Pearl Farm. Congrats to Nick !

    These are the kind of genetics we need in America. I'll be intently watching the developement of this young stallion.



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    Many congrats to you and Nick! Can't wait to see some pics!

    Terri
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bayhawk View Post
    As we speak , a very nice coming 2 yr old stallion from Canturo / Acord II / Corde / Raimond stamm 776 is in route to the U.S. The mother won a Nations Cup in Helsinki , the grandmother is none other than U-Classic , full sister to Calvados I & II and the great grandmother is the famous Biserta. This is one of the best motherlines in the world.

    I bought this young stallion as a foal from Herr Bahlmann and he is now owned by Nick Edmunds of Hidden Pearl Farm. Congrats to Nick !

    These are the kind of genetics we need in America. I'll be intently watching the developement of this young stallion.

    cheers mate. we expect this fella to have a contribution to our program.

    it was a great privilege to stand out in his field in november with herr bahlmann and see his face as he interacted with this colt. there was a really fantastic photo taken of it. he was very impressed with him, as he was with his early freejumping attempts. there were rumbles of other alternatives for him, but i have mares and a job under saddle for him here, so here he comes!

    after the great loss which herr bahlmann's death was, i hope to do justice in my little space to perpetuate the legacy of a lifetime of showjumping genetic engineering which herr bahlmann has left behind all over the world. equally i believe these products of his work will help me look like a breeder!



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    Congratulations on your baby, sounds like a good base for a nice beginning. Hopefully he will grow up nice and be licensed and of sufficient performance to be of some significance in the breeding shed
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    Congratz! cant wait to see him



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    Smile CONGRATULATIONS!!!

    Congratulations Nick, Bayhawk, and everybody involved with this exciting opportunity!!

    Please share photos! Can't wait to watch this boy develop!
    Sporting Chance Farm/Dr Carlos and Karin Jimenez
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    Yes Nick, that was special. He is a beautiful stallion and I am very excited that he is coming to the US. All those genetics packed into one stallion from the best jumping motherline in the world. Yum!

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    Is it this boy?

    http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/inde...mall_font=1&l=

    Looking forward to seeing/hearing more of him...congratulations!



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    Yes, that's him.



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    Quote Originally Posted by karin@dutchbreeders@aol.com View Post
    Congratulations Nick, Bayhawk, and everybody involved with this exciting opportunity!!

    Please share photos! Can't wait to watch this boy develop!
    Thanks Karin! I bought him at 3 weeks old and struggled with selling him to your neigbor up there, but I'm not a stallion guy. I love the mares. I will keep a close watch on him as he posseses mind boggling genetics. Now we must wait !



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    Quote Originally Posted by ne1 View Post
    cheers mate. we expect this fella to have a contribution to our program.

    it was a great privilege to stand out in his field in november with herr bahlmann and see his face as he interacted with this colt. there was a really fantastic photo taken of it. he was very impressed with him, as he was with his early freejumping attempts. there were rumbles of other alternatives for him, but i have mares and a job under saddle for him here, so here he comes!

    after the great loss which herr bahlmann's death was, i hope to do justice in my little space to perpetuate the legacy of a lifetime of showjumping genetic engineering which herr bahlmann has left behind all over the world. equally i believe these products of his work will help me look like a breeder!
    You're welcome dude. When you breed with Herr Bahlmann's stock , you automatically look like a good breeder by default ! RIP herr Bahlmann.......



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