Oh no. This is such sad news. He was such an amazing stallion and will leave a lasting legacy. I am so lucky to have bought one of his babies from Mo. Jingles to Mo and everyone else at RSF for the void he will sadly leave. I love that horse.
"The mind is not a vessel to be filled, but a fire to be ignited." - Plutarch
Owned by: Ghold Nugget (Gold Luck - Pablo - Weltmeyer)
I knew Gold Luck when he was only 4 months old. In fact I flew from Oregon to Maryland to see him and his 7/8 full blood sister Grand Finale. They were little foal pasture mates. It was hard to make a choice but finally I went for the girl. Great for him he went to Mo who gave him everything! Grand Finale went to rest 3 years ago. Great, great horses.
To Mo on her wonderful stallion. And Thank you Mo for promoting him and making him available to the breeders of America! We are fortunate enough to have a young horse by him that is a super athlete but most important he has a golden mind! Too bad he isn't a mare, and we could keep him!
I was asked to start a 3 year old by Gold Luck about 11 years ago. He was so easy and the first day I put 'a leg over' him he was so obliging that I called Mo to complement her and ask about breeding a mare to him. Condolences to all that loved him.
My condlences to MO...we shared "by the same sire" stallions and a love of the G-Line by virtue of the great man Grundstein/Graphit - Sermon. ..Glad to hear Gold Luck lived such a long a prosperous life.
Life is Good with bit of "G" in the mix.
Tragically, I lost my boy Grande Saber (1989-1999) waaaayyy too early
Tradition of "Grande" Sporthorse Champions
Couture Du Jour - Devon Winner '10 & '12 & PHSA Champ '10
Grande Desire & Impression '08-10 PHSA Champs
Grande Sovereign -CH & HB Sire