Not Pleasant Colony, But Sea Lion, just approved ATA, has got a line to Graustark, who is PC's sire's full brother. PC got his phenotype from his sire, who is noted for tall, rangy TBs. Graustark was also very tall and has far more equally accomplished sport horse descendants, many of whom are in Europe.
Sea Accounts has similar pedigree as Sea Lion including the line to Graustark. In Sea Accounts case the line is one generation closer.
Also, Sea Accounts is ATA approved as well.
Good description of my PC grandbaby via Majesterian! I would seriously consider breeding my filly (someday, not in the next few years) to a horse with PC bloodlines, though I would hope to find one who is approved TK. That's probably asking too much...
My guy's sire was getting ready for the TK approval process when he passed. He has fillies who are approved with multiple registries, including Silvershulace who evented either prelim or intermediate and one of her babies (Holsteiner, I believe) won at the AECs last year.
ETA: Disclaimer - the statements about Silvershulace and her babies are from memory when I was looking for status of Majesterian babies, and could be inaccurate.
This one looks a lot like mine type wise--I need to take some new pictures of her she looks absolutely regal this season.
My guy has schooled Advanced x-country questions, but he absolutely LOVES dressage. He has more sit and finds an uphill balance with huge lift in the shoulders easier than most warmbloods I've been around. He doesn't have the huge WB suspension, but is a pure athlete and a blast, especially now that I am learning to ride him better... Barring one of the many, many possible derailments which can happen I expect us to reach GP dressage, despite my many failings as a rider, because he makes up for a lot of them and ends up acting like a schoolmaster even as he's learning, too.
My horse is a dressage diva so I don't have to be.
Originally Posted by katarine
If you have a fat gay horse that likes Parelli, you're really screwed