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  1. #1
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    Default Win the Gold Palomino WB stallion

    Just wondering if anyone has a foal by Win the Gold using frozen semen. I like the stallion but am wanting to know if there are any frozen foals on the ground first before purchasing semen. Thank you!



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    I'm from Canada. Frozen foals are not a good thing. Especially if they are stuck to the ground.


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    Quote Originally Posted by stoicfish View Post
    I'm from Canada. Frozen foals are not a good thing. Especially if they are stuck to the ground.



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    Quote Originally Posted by stoicfish View Post
    I'm from Canada. Frozen foals are not a good thing. Especially if they are stuck to the ground.
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    Hi, I brought two doses of WTG frozen semen for my mare. She took first try and foal is due this season. She is doing well and I am really looking forward to the result. Even happier that I have another dose to use at a later date



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    I'm from Canada. Frozen foals are not a good thing. Especially if they are stuck to the ground.
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    Thanks for my morning laugh. Especially as I am from Canada and we are in the middle of a Godawful heat wave right now. 107F yesterday with the humidex and the same today. Blech! Give me freezing temperatures ANY day!


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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueColours View Post
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    Thanks for my morning laugh. Especially as I am from Canada and we are in the middle of a Godawful heat wave right now. 107F yesterday with the humidex and the same today. Blech! Give me freezing temperatures ANY day!
    Completely OT, but that's awful! I'm not riding today because the predicted high is 95, and mare is starting to grow her winter coat. I suspect she will be rolling a lot in turnout today, trying to shed the remnants of her summer coat.

    But seriously.... 107 degrees? In September? In CANADA????
    You have to have experiences to gain experience.

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    OT train comin' through - quietann if you're in andover aren't you folks getting blasted too? my family lives near there and i look up the weather occasionally.. yikes!! i'll take my frosty and temperate NY any day!



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    I know of a frozen WTG foal in Australia.

    I'll trade you some days of 107 for the persistant deluge downpours that I am trying to deal with. Mud anyone...?



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