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    Default VDL Wittinger (Indoctro x Nimmerdor) sold to US!




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    Congratulations Callan!!!!



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    Yes, and Brugal has also been sold to the U.S.!

    http://www.worldofshowjumping.com/ne...-vdl-to-the-us
    Courage is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm."
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    Great news! Congrats to both Callan and Christine.
    Sakura Hill Farm
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    Young and developing horses for A-circuit jumper and hunter rings.


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    wow! congrats! my mare's first filly was by Wittinger, nice to see him this side of the Pond. Maybe we'll need to do a repeat breeding as the filly Destinie is already competing in Italy.



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    Wittinger and Brugal - two stallions that I have used on my mare!! Both of whom I still have a breeding dose of in the tank
    Alison/Mikali Farms
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    Ah, but will they stay intact?
    "I'm a lumberjack, and I'm okay."
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    Quote Originally Posted by vineyridge View Post
    Ah, but will they stay intact?
    Would they really do that? I can't imagine... they're both pretty high profile stallions! I hope they don't have plans of gelding them...


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    Highly unlikely unless for medical reasons. Both buyers are quite used to handling stallions and the McCrea/Tribbles are standing a few at stud.



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    One certainly hopes that they will stay stallions, but more than a few jumper stallions have been brought to the US or bought by new owners and then gelded.
    "I'm a lumberjack, and I'm okay."
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    Default Two Dutch Jumping Stallions

    This is such exciting news for our Dutch Breeders!
    We certainly need more Dutch Stallions in the US. I hope that we will get to see them in our Dutch Stallion Auction!



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