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  1. #1
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    Default stallion suggestions please!

    I've got a mare in Ireland that I'd like to breed before shipping to the US. She's a maiden. What jumper stallions are available via fresh or frozen in Ireland? I haven't a clue where to begin! I do not want stallions that are not approved by major European registries.



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    I think the Keur stallion Iroko stands in Ireland. I was able to visit him, but missed out using him while he was here.
    http://www.lissavastud.com/studfarmireland_iroko.php



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    thanks for the suggestions - I really didn't know where to begin! It's helpful to see the studs and check out their other stallions as well. Lux Z looks interesting too.

    Here are a few photos of the mare.
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    Morningside Stud is in Ireland, but I'm not sure if the stallions stand to outside mares?



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    I would talk to Tom at Morningside.
    Nancy
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    Love Iroko.
    There is frozen in the USA.
    Maybe a stallion who has not available at all here?



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    Definitely speak with Tom at Morningside. He obviously knows what combinations work out over there. What's her lineage/registry? Good luck!
    PennyG



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    Ditto on Tom.
    He has a mare with Iroko too.



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    Richard's sire, Kroongraaf is standing in Ireland. http://www.uppercourtstud.com/node/3. He is approved KWPN.
    Richard, Approved Black KWPN Stallion
    Website
    and Facebook page
    Oh Kaptain Underpants SFS, Approved BRp pony stallion
    Website and Facebook page



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    Thanks to everyone for their suggestions! I've come to the decision, that in light of the 11 foals I have coming in 2012 AND the fact that I own the full sister of this mare (and she's in foal to Nabab de Reve), we're just going to bring this girl home and put her into sport.



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