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  1. #1
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    Default Edward (Embassy/Fabriano/Singular Joter)

    What do folks know about this young (2005) stallion?

    (http://landgestuetcelle.de/cms/front...=16&idart=1138)

    I haven't found any video, few photos, and I've only found one photo of a foal (a lovely one).

    Has anyone seen him or his foals? Do tell, please.



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    never heard of him but bloodlines look very huntery. Might be nice!



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    I saw him in 08 at Adelheidsdorf (sp?) in the final days of the SPT. I did notice him, he stood out as a well developed type , but I don't remember alot of particulars (sorry).



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    I've been curious about this horse also. He got a very good score for Dressage: 142.93 ,Jumping: 120.72
    Nice type and athletic looking.



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    I like his looks very much and his scores were great! One to watch...



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    I had heard from some folks in Germany that they were pretty exicted about this young stallion. I was excited to hear that, as I am a big fan of the Embassies as dual-producers. So I made a special effort to see Edward online this past winter during a stallion show.

    I was very, very disappointed. He had a lot goin' on up front in trot, and the walk was big, big. Deal-killer: His hindleg was not coming well under in trot, and his his hindleg was not articulating as I would want to see in canter (though he was well under his center of gravity at that gait).

    I will also say I'm in the minority - everyone else loved him. So your milage may vary Dennis.



    Kate
    "No matter how cynical I get its just not enough to keep up." Lily Tomlin



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    Thanks, Kate. I'd forgotten that you'd previously noticed him.
    But, hmmmm, what if one had a mare that had a well-articulated hind leg, and a very good walk, and could use a bit more freedom in the front leg, who also was a good jumper . . . . ? And, what if one also was that odd someone who actually LIKED tall chestnuts?
    ;-)



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    I am with Kate.....
    Interesting bloodlines though

    Don't forget where he did his testing
    Linda Woltz
    www.walnut-farm.com
    standing Benidetto (Belissimo M/SPS COrdoba)



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