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  1. #41
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    DY he was too unfocused to judge fairly. Handlers had a horrible time getting side reins on, and once they were on the horse kept tripping because he had zero focus on his handlers. His gaits were no where near what they were running free. He was bought back by the owner.
    Nancy Holowesko
    www.crosiadorefarm.com
    Breeders of GOV Horses for Dressage



  2. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crosiadore View Post
    DY he was too unfocused to judge fairly. Handlers had a horrible time getting side reins on, and once they were on the horse kept tripping because he had zero focus on his handlers. His gaits were no where near what they were running free. He was bought back by the owner.
    The video hot links were not correct. The horse who was horrible to get the side reins on was #63.
    To see #61 you actually have to click on the link for #60. Then wait a minute or two for the footage to switch to the other ring. There is no footage of #61 getting the side reins put on.

    But that said- he was not as good on the lunge as expected. Which was too bad and cost him the champion title.But video from him lunging at home he looked very good. There were several horses in his ring who were tripping at the same point in the footing as well. He was unfocused and knocked down part of the ring but didn't spook at all from it and handled that quite well.


    From what I understand the owners were offered significantly more, prior to the licensing, for a half ownership share.I guess its like real estate - your first offer is often the best one!



  3. #43

    Default He is Vice-Bundeschampion now!

    Starting at the 2012 DKB-Bundeschamionate for the westfalian breeding society, Quotenkönig was very succsessfull!

    In the finals part A he scored a 8,75 in total!

    At the end, he became the Vice-Bundeschampion 2012 of the 3-years old stallions - and the highest ranked "licensed" stallion at all.

    After the preselection in NRW he will start his SPT in Münster-Handorf at the end of October! Good luck for him :-)!

    Here is a photo of him on my FB-site: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fb...size=800%2C531



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