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  1. #1
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    Default Has anyone seen Sir Gregory in person?

    I think he's absolutely adorable, to say nothing of his outstanding gaits! Interested in comments about him-



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    I have seen him in person and he is IMPRESSIVE!!!! I liked him from his pics/video but they were nothing compared to seeing the real deal He was absolutely fabulous, his gaits were very impressive and his attitude and demeanor were awesome. In my opinion Sir Gregory is the whole package

    I have several mares who would LOVE a date with him
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    I have not seen him in person but love him as well! I have one mare in foal to him for 2011 and may breed another to him this year. He seems like the whole package and is really gorgeous!
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    I haven't seen him either but he looks stunning. It will be fun to see all the Sir Gregory foals next spring.



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    I've seen a few videos of his first foal crop and they are very impressive!



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    I saw him in Germany before they bought him a few times and he is a super trainable, excellent gaits, good character stallion. Sir Gregory is a very nice horse, and his foals seemed to also be quite good the few I saw photos of. We have a mare that is leased out in foal to him.



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    I did some research on some of his european offspring and was impressed with the quality, we have a Harvard mare in foal to him for 2011 and are excited about the cross

    here was a nice one in Germany that I came across: http://www.zuchthof-kathmann.de/fohlenboerse.htm



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    Glad to hear these comments. My Dutch keur mare is in foal to him and I can't wait to see the foal!
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    I wonder how he'll produce as far as height. I understand he has some size in his pedigree?



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