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    Default Windfall 2

    Are there any videos of his dressage tests? I saw him years ago at Rolex and he was just amazing.... Glad he stayed here in the states to breed. I wish more people would think about him and his off spring. I hear they are nice and rideable and trainable.
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    Have you tried a search on youtube or checked New Spring Farm's website or Darren's website, Face Book?
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    They appear under windfall II.

    Also, Look for pictures/vids of Ingrid Klimke's riding when she was in the Eurochampionships.
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    He's a nice guy with some nice offspring. There was a filly in the FEH at Meadow Creek a few weeks back and she did quite well.

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that his kids tend to be a little on the smaller side and some a bit pony like, no?

    I think quite a bit of people use him. But he's not the only one out there who dishes out great offspring. ; )

    I think the lean towards more warmbloody breeds keeps him out of the eye of some breeders...those who are looking to add size, bone, and some warmblood to their TBs.
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    But he does add some warmblood to the TBs? I know he's something like 55% TB but he's still a trakehner.



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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that his kids tend to be a little on the smaller side and some a bit pony like, no?


    It depends a lot on the mare! My windfall baby is 17.1 and not pony like at all!



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    Cotton Meadows Farm

    Not too pony like



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