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    Default Coronea Lougine perhaps

    http://www.rideirish.com/Stallion.html
    His pedigree is exceptional for eventing and his stock looks to be super movers from a range of mares...size looks like it comes from the mare. PatO



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    http://www.pedigreequery.com/bassompierre
    his sire--wow-vimy, worden-all that blood our viney loves.:-)



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    Bassompierre is the sire of Custom Made. Very, very well established line for Irish event horses. Naturally he left no TB stallion sons.

    I've been watching the California horse for years. He must be ancient now also.
    "I'm a lumberjack, and I'm okay."
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    I have as well but now there are some offspring to see and they look very nice from the range of mares they have used. He has ver nice form over a fence for more than one purpose as well. PatO


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    Quote Originally Posted by vineyridge View Post
    If Canada isn't too much of a stretch, besides the two that Phoenix Farm mentioned, take a look at Ilian de Taute.
    From dealing with Ilian himself, I can say he definitely has the temperament you are looking for. Total gentleman in every respect. Not cold per se, but you have to deliberately rev the engine to get the blood. The handful of his kids (and one grand kid) that I know are super easy going individuals. He is not a huge guy, but again, all the offspring I know were bigger than him (including 2 17+handers out of TB or TBx mares).



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