I would like to know this also. I had 6 doses of Bretton woods with no pregancies. This was just before he went to Germany. The semen looked good, but just didn't work for any of us. Delhoeve was very gracious and helpful . Since it looked good under the microscope, they didn't realize that it didn't work. Once they found out, they were about to change his protocal to find out what worked best. By that time he had been sold to Germany! As a guesture of good faith, Dalhoeve offered us semen from Charueur and Wynton of the same monetary value as Bretton woods. Sure wish that I could have had a Bretton Woods! Good luck with yours.
Kim Davies had a beautiful Bretton Woods filly in 2012 - black, elegant, good movement. She is from a good dam as well as sire. Kim has her advertised for sale now, with contact info at http://ewarmbloods.net/forums/97/Sales-Warmbloods
She can tell you about her experience with the semen (I do not know).
had a bit of a problem with the Clip My Horse feed, but I believe the Bretton Woods foal sold for 3,000 (which is one of the lowest prices I saw). Cute little guy, but not exactly what I expected... but he's a baby, and he never really kept all four feet on the ground. And one of my favorites, the 2009 stallion Cor du Lys 172m (Cornet's Prinz/Champion du Lys / Raueck I) only sold for 12,00 euro... so, go figure
We got a big bay colt in June. Lovely temperament that definitely came from the sire. Very correct conformation, well developed, and nice gaits. Very pleased and am thinking he might make a stallion prospect. Each day he just looks better and better, can't wait till his keuring! Breeding mare back to BW.
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