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    Default San Amour

    Anybody have experience with this stallion's frozen semen and the quality of it? Any pregnancies or foals out there? Nice horse, I'd like to use him.



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    No idea how the frozen semen is, but we have an outstanding 2yrs old San Amour out of the direct motherline of Olympic dressage stallion Quando Quando. HE MOVES!!! And looks perfect. If you have the chance, use him!



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    Yes, hearing good things about his offspring in Europe. So any frozen experiences?



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    Goodness Ridge / Shari Glickman has a nice 2010 filly by him from frozen. As far as I know, the frozen was fine. The SH sons are usually good.



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    I am a dork....I already asked this question early in the year...guess I still like the horse! The answer is that there have been successful pregs and the frozen was good.



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