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  1. #41
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    Yes I do have a Palomino leopard Knabstrupper and he is a premium awarded approved stallion and for sale. His dam was also the mother of Agamemnon who was sold to USA some years ago and had died young unfortunately.
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    Default Another fabulous young Knabstrupper stallion availble.

    This one is in Denmark.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LcRz...ature=youtu.be

    Sire: De Niro
    Dam: Katrina

    Fully approved KNN. He is for sale but I am trying to persuade his owners to get him collected and frozen.

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    Default One thing to be aware of is....

    Quote Originally Posted by KnightEquine View Post
    Okay so to clarify, providing the mare is approved with the KNN:

    -bred to a KNN approved stallion the foal obviously is eligible KNN but if inspected RPSI will also be put in the KNN book as well as the RPSI knabstrupper book?

    -If bred to RPSI approved stallion (for example I believe the Helios of Independence & Morpheus G are approved through them) the foals only option would be RPSI because the stallions aren't considered an outcross and are therefore ungraded knabstruppers in the eyes of the KNN while the RPSI recognizes them (or there parents) under other Knabstrupper Registries.

    -If bred to Zfpd approved Stallion (like for example Hussar of Independence) the foal is eligible for RPSI as it falls under the German umbrella.

    But most importantly make sure the stallion is IN FACT Approved and when in doubt check with the breeder and or the registry he is approved under.
    RPSI have 2 books, and stallions recorded in Book 2, are NOT approved for breeding. thus their offspring won't get papers.

    And not ALL ZfDP stallions are accepted by RPSI, so if you plan to breed to a ZfDP stallion it is important that you call RPSI and make sure that they will in fact accept that stallions offspring.

    This is important, as at least one of the stallions you mentioned is a Book 2 horse.
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    And for those of you breeders in Australia or in Europe, Colorado Skrodstrup is now available via froze semen. We just shipped 20 doses to Australia and it literally just arrived today ! So if any of you down under or across the pond are interested, drop me an email.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melyni View Post
    This one is in Denmark.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LcRz...ature=youtu.be

    Sire: De Niro
    Dam: Katrina

    Fully approved KNN. He is for sale but I am trying to persuade his owners to get him collected and frozen.

    MW
    He looks Snowcap to me, but De Niro does not carry the spotted gene, so how can he then be a Snowcap?
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    Aurum, I suspect if we had a good photo of him, we'd see small spots inthat white blanket on his rump. Obvioulsy, if his sire is De Niro, he CANNOT be a snowcap.

    And if he IS a snowcap (no little spotties in that blanket), then I'd want a DNA test done to make sure of his sire.
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    Default He is parentage verified

    Since the Danes require Parentage Verification via DNA for all horses, you can be assured that he has been verified to be sired by De Niro.
    and I think his summer coat shows very small spots of a lighter color.


    Personally I kind of like the light body dark extremities look. Peony looks a lot like that now. Though she is a true few spot.

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    I, too, love this "extended blanket" look. My best ever show horse looked very much like this boy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by belambi View Post
    Does he have a website?
    http://stutterihangaard.dk/

    Look under horses for sale (til salg) Calli.


    If you need an email address PM me.
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    Thanks Melyni

    He is not actually by De Nero, but by De Noir.. and the mares name is Karina, not Katrina.. ..
    Last edited by belambi; Dec. 16, 2011 at 03:39 PM.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Melyni View Post
    Peony looks a lot like that now. Though she is a true few spot.

    MW
    I was putting Peony as a snow cap as she only had a white blanket as a foal, was that wrong? Since this stallion is just marked like she was, I thought he was a snow cap too as I could not see any spots on him.
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    I have never seen the LP gene work so fast!!

    foal is LP/lp,Ee,Aa,gg

    sire is Hussar of Independence
    http://www.knabstrupper-of-independence.de/

    dam is Remi Aotearoa
    https://dl.dropbox.com/u/1926832/Remi%20Aotearoa.wmv


    Photo at one day old

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...arfoal064.jpg/

    Note the goggles, which made me urgently rush and test for grey gene


    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...arfoal015.jpg/


    8 weeks later

    http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...122012054.jpg/



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    I can understand that! WOW he does look like the grey gene is kicking in.

    I wanna see pics when he is finally fininshed changing. Which.. what? WIll be when he is 3? LOL
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    I bought a yearling Knab crossbred as a resale project years ago. He was by Agamemnon, out of an Oldenburg mare. He is Palomino without spots, exept on his boy parts and his sclera had white marks. He is super cute, talented, brave and rediculously ammy friendly. Super jumper, good dressage horse, and he built my confidence back up hacking him down the road when he was only 4!. I'm a bit of a whimp right now, and won't just hop on any 4 year old. I really think a good amount of his exceptional disposition was from the Knabstrubber side of the family.

    I bought him for resale but if I had more time to ride I would have kept him for my self.



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    he is super cute. I bet the ppl thought bought him are very happy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nootka View Post
    he is super cute. I bet the ppl thought bought him are very happy
    Yes, they love him. He was purchased by a retired gentleman as a pleasure/dressage horse. He was my only palomino. Now my barn is filled with bays with the rare chesnut or black. BORING


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    Quote Originally Posted by vandenbrink View Post
    Yes, they love him. He was purchased by a retired gentleman as a pleasure/dressage horse. He was my only palomino. Now my barn is filled with bays with the rare chesnut or black. BORING
    I can fix your 'boring' colors y'know! Just sayin! No lack of spotties here!
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    Quote Originally Posted by belambi View Post
    VERY pretty baby (although I'm not much of a judge of youngsters )! You just never know WHAT you're going to get when you throw that Lp gene into the mix and you won't EVER really know. My few spot mare looked the same her entire life until at 8 or 9 she decided to become a snowcap and is "ticking out" on her body where her skin is dark. Can't wait to see pictures of your filly as she grows!
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