Who are today's top broodmare sires? For dressage, for show jumping?
What sires do you look for when looking at broodmares/potential broodmares?
This is just an informational thread, trying to learn more.
This might give you some insight: http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum//s...d.php?t=293724
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If I was building a broodmare band for breeding dressage horses, I would like to have good daughters of these guys:
If I were building one for jumpers .......
Laval I & II
Cathalido & Cormint
I have found mares from these stallions can be exquisite.
If you were in Ireland, Cavalier Royale is the man as a broodmare sire.
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For dressage, mares with strong jumping genes the Nimmerdor and Ramiro Sons. Mares with powerful engines and great canters, the likes of Emilion, Glendale, Goodtimes, and Farrington, but also Ladalco, Lux, Contender, Burggraff and Quattro