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    PaintedMemories Guest

    Default Looking for Bay Mare & Gelding sold at UCONN 4/2010

    These two horses were part of a seizure, and were sold at UCONN sale in April of 2010.

    Before they went to CT, these two were boarded with me in NJ. The colt (now a 4 yr old gelding) was sired by my (now gelded) stallion.

    I believe they called the mare Eclipse? Her name was Dahlee, she is a foundation bred QH. Twelve years old now.

    I forgot what they called the gelding. His name was Cooper. His "blurb" said that he could be "registered as a quarter pony", but he actually can be registered as a solid paint.

    I just want to know that these two landed safely. In the seizure photos, they looked good, and unfortunately I missed the auction, so wasn't able to buy them

    Dahlee is a good girl, she did get pushy to see what her limits were, once she knew, she respected them. Cooper was a funny little guy, very independent and used to take off all over the farm with my shetland pony, going off on adventures together.

    I'd like to hand over Cooper's pedigree on his sire's side, so his owner can know what a well bred colt they have

    If you know who purchased them, I just want to know they're okay, and share some info about them, from BEFORE they went up to CT.


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    PaintedMemories Guest

    Default UPDATE: Bay Mare & Gelding sold at UCONN 6/2011

    Quote Originally Posted by PaintedMemories View Post
    These two horses were part of a seizure, and were sold at UCONN sale in April of 2010.

    Before they went to CT, these two were boarded with me in NJ. The colt (now a 4 yr old gelding) was sired by my (now gelded) stallion.

    I believe they called the mare Eclipse? Her name was Dahlee, she is a foundation bred QH. Twelve years old now.

    I forgot what they called the gelding. His name was Cooper. His "blurb" said that he could be "registered as a quarter pony", but he actually can be registered as a solid paint.

    I just want to know that these two landed safely. In the seizure photos, they looked good, and unfortunately I missed the auction, so wasn't able to buy them

    Dahlee is a good girl, she did get pushy to see what her limits were, once she knew, she respected them. Cooper was a funny little guy, very independent and used to take off all over the farm with my shetland pony, going off on adventures together.

    I'd like to hand over Cooper's pedigree on his sire's side, so his owner can know what a well bred colt they have

    If you know who purchased them, I just want to know they're okay, and share some info about them, from BEFORE they went up to CT.



    Just found out they did NOT sell at the auction in April 2010, but they did go thru the UCONN auction this year, June 2011. I understand Brandy (Dahlee) sold for $500. Haven't heard if Eclipse (Cooper) sold or not.


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