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    Default Another Canter cutie

    Crud...had some time on my hands on a very boring conference call...and scrolled online through Canter Mid-Atlantic (as I liked that Speedy horse in KY but know there are a lot of nice ones in my area).

    So I really do not need a horse but these caught my eye....

    Looks like the female version of my current boy:

    http://www.pedigreequery.com/deputy+fancy

    http://www.canterusa.org/index.php?o...ngs&Itemid=285

    thought he looked nice

    http://www.canterusa.org/index.php?o...ngs&Itemid=285

    and just want to take her home and let her grow...she looks like a very immature 2009 model but has an interesting pedigree

    http://www.canterusa.org/index.php?o...ngs&Itemid=285

    http://www.pedigreequery.com/berning+lass
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    I'm currently jonesing over this little dude:

    http://canterusa.org/index.php?optio...ngs&Itemid=282

    I think just because of his face and ears.
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    First horse's hind end waaay too straight; the other two, downhill. None of them for me, thanks. I agree its fun to look though. Just not these!
    Trainer's website - photos of my horse Airborne under About and Francesca Edwards also in media page 1

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    The 1st filly but wonder if she is still available..last update November 2012... Best pedigree of all.....



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    Quote Originally Posted by judybigredpony View Post
    The 1st filly but wonder if she is still available..last update November 2012... Best pedigree of all.....
    Thought you might like her....didn't notice it hadn't been up dated. She never started according to Equibase.
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    I know this guy is a stallion and has a bow that is healing, but I still think he's a hunk:

    http://canterusa.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=7468arisian-moon-162-h-5yr-stallion&catid=50:delaware-park-trainer-listings&Itemid=283

    This chestnut mare isn't bad either. The add also states that she is smart and calm.

    http://canterusa.org/index.php?optio...ngs&Itemid=283

    I also don't know why, but I like this guy. Maybe it's something about his expression. I don't know, I just feel like he'd be a good guy. I say all of this from a picture, so, uh..

    http://canterusa.org/index.php?optio...ngs&Itemid=283



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    That Parisian Moon is a hunk.

    Of course that got me scrolling through Delaware....this flashy girl would fit in with my others (she certainly looks sweet in the videos)

    http://canterusa.org/index.php?optio...ngs&Itemid=283
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    I like the look of this guy (the name is odd, but kind of cute!):

    Sissy Boy
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    Quote Originally Posted by judybigredpony View Post
    The 1st filly but wonder if she is still available..last update November 2012... Best pedigree of all.....
    I'm the CANTER volunteer who took the listing for the filly and yep, she's still available. Her trainer has a farm she can take them to and isn't usually inclined to 'fire sale' a horse out of a need to move one quickly.

    She is standing on a slight incline on the grass. In the AM at that barn, it's usually the only good place to take pics without annoying shadows. That may be contributing to her looking 'straight' in back (although I personally don't think she looks excessively straight in the pic anyway - I guess it's all in the eye of the beholder.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heinz 57 View Post
    I like the look of this guy (the name is odd, but kind of cute!):

    Sissy Boy
    Talk about classic looking TB. What a cute boy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sparky6 View Post
    Talk about classic looking TB. What a cute boy.

    Terrible JC name...but very cute horse. Too far for me but someone should snatch that one up quick!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThoroughbredFancy View Post
    I know this guy is a stallion and has a bow that is healing, but I still think he's a hunk:

    http://canterusa.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=7468arisian-moon-162-h-5yr-stallion&catid=50:delaware-park-trainer-listings&Itemid=283


    I also don't know why, but I like this guy. Maybe it's something about his expression. I don't know, I just feel like he'd be a good guy. I say all of this from a picture, so, uh..

    http://canterusa.org/index.php?optio...ngs&Itemid=283
    I feel the same way about Wild Doone - he's got a very kind look, he's just the right size and from what I can tell, he's got some decent mileage on him (a couple of layoffs, but I think those are because of Monmouth's racing calendar...) Get him, so I'm not tempted anymore, and I'll come visit y'all!

    Parisian Moon is a stunner, too - I keep thinking someone should let Steuart Pittman know about him, since he likes Declan's Moon so much!


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    I think that Sissy Boy is lovely, too. Maybe his name could be Sissy's Boy? It least it would make him sound like he was somebodies Sister's horse. I could not imagine him going through life as a sissy. Not good for a prospective eventer.
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    The pedigree on Berning Lass is particularly interesting on the bottom. I'm very partial to Santa Claus lines, and Reindeer is proving to be a good one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bdj View Post
    I feel the same way about Wild Doone - he's got a very kind look, he's just the right size and from what I can tell, he's got some decent mileage on him (a couple of layoffs, but I think those are because of Monmouth's racing calendar...) Get him, so I'm not tempted anymore, and I'll come visit y'all!

    Parisian Moon is a stunner, too - I keep thinking someone should let Steuart Pittman know about him, since he likes Declan's Moon so much!
    And to my eye.....Parisian Moon's pedigree is more suited to eventing than Declan's. His mare line has Cormorant close up...you don't see that often any more and I do think you will see more and more Deputy Minister offspring and grand offspring in jumping circles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vineyridge View Post
    The pedigree on Berning Lass is very interesting on the bottom. I'm very partial to Santa Claus lines, and Reindeer is proving to be a very nice one.

    That is what I thought when I saw it as well.
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    Somebody really needs Meezaan. That is also a very interesting pedigree on the bottom, and he has Sassafras on top. There are some super excellent lines in
    there.
    http://www.pedigreequery.com/meezaan

    He's the third horse in the original post. I love his looks.

    Grundy is out of a Worden mare and is the sire of Grundyman xx, who was a very good sire for Holstein. He's the damsire of Carlsson vom Dach, Candillo Z and Coolroy Piter.

    Major Portion is another very good line for sport. His most famous descendant is Marius. He's the sire's damsire's sire.

    Machivellian was the sire of one of Clayton Frederick's 4* horses.

    Very well bred Irish TB. He sold for 200,000 guineas as a yearling.
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    One more year, one more year, one more year... Until then fie on you! You are all tempting me way too much.



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