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  1. #1
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    Default Tell me about Gallarius

    I posted this many months ago before I got my gelding's registration papers and didn't realize that I had mispelled his name.

    I inhertied a very nice 1998 gelding by Gallarius. This gelding is the most saintly horse I have ever owned (not to mention the biggest.. Husband's jaw dropped when I took him out of his stall)

    I have emailed Thomas Farms to get some info (I'd love to have another one like I've got now.......Gallarius/Ultraschall)..but was curious to hear if anyone here has any offspring by this stallion and what you think.



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    We bred our DWB mare to Gallarius the resulting boy is now 11 and 17.2H. He is a very handsome horse and a super mover. His owner bought him as a youngster and did all the training on him. He did have a rough bout of Lymes and does have some residual problems but works under saddle daily and does local shows.
    Summit Sporthorses Ltd. Inc.
    "Breeding Competition Partners & Lifelong Friends"



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    Quote Originally Posted by ise@ssl View Post
    We bred our DWB mare to Gallarius the resulting boy is now 11 and 17.2H. He is a very handsome horse and a super mover. His owner bought him as a youngster and did all the training on him. He did have a rough bout of Lymes and does have some residual problems but works under saddle daily and does local shows.
    Got any pics?



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    PM me your email and I'll send photos of him as a foal and I have some from when he was about 3 or 4 but nothing too recent. I'll email the gal who owns him and ask if she has any current photos. He is a big handsome horse with tremendous movement but the Lymes did affect his hind leg movement.
    Summit Sporthorses Ltd. Inc.
    "Breeding Competition Partners & Lifelong Friends"



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