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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibex View Post
    Maybe not as well known, but up here we had Yavari and Karsh. Yavari was owned by the same folks who bred Popeye K, and there's apparently a young stallion by Yavari out of Popeye K's full sister...
    Roman K is the young stallion. He is actually gelded and owned by a junior rider now.



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    Quote Originally Posted by winstonian View Post
    Thomas Edison is a TB who has had some strong grand prix performances in the last few years. He's been ridden by both Charlie and Maggie Jayne.
    LOVE this horse



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    Quote Originally Posted by ParadoxFarm View Post
    Supershorty, I know you've posted pics before, but can you post another of your TB jumping? Good luck with your exam!
    Sure! My profile picture is one of her too. And thank you for the luck!!! I hope I did well, I felt good coming out of it and I'm usually pretty good at predicting how I did.



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    Not from the US, but Clem Smith of Australia and Dark Ages were pretty awesome. http://www.clemsmithshowjumping.com/...mping-team.php



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    Early - Mid 1990s - Shopan ridden by Holly Shepherd
    Current - Remington - ridden by Mike McCormick
    Early 2000s - Naboo ridden by Tracey Fenney



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    That was a wonderful story about Continental B. I was unfamiliar with him, but after reading, I immediately looked him up. Here he is in action and at his retirement ceremony:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAo52WZ2VvY

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8JD8CiGo8Rc
    I heard a neigh. Oh, such a brisk and melodious neigh as that was! My very heart leaped with delight at the sound. --Nathaniel Hawthorne



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    I'll echo Supershorty here and say that I wouldn't qualify us as "well known" in the GP field, but thank you for the mention

    Billy is my OTTB who has been doing the 1.40m and 1.50m GPs for the last year or two, and the High AOs for a bit longer. We struggled with some shoeing issues this year and so my plan to jump around some 1.60m GPs was set aside for the year, but now that I have a good farrier in place again I'm hoping to make that leap (ha ha, pun intended) this coming summer.
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    Forever exiled in the NW.



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