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Out of Place--sire to look for for OTTBs

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  • Out of Place--sire to look for for OTTBs

    He's at Claiborne Farms, stands for 5k, and has a most beautiful pedigree for eventing. If you ever happen to run into an Out of Place in your searches for event horses, it would definitely be worth a further look.

    Pedigree here:

    His glamor photo is incredibly ugly on Pedigree Query. I'm sure they are keeping him on because he is a total outcross for the NDs and Mr. Ps, API, and Storm Cat.

    During at Claiborne also looks very interesting. The two of them have the lowest stud fees and are promoted the least. Wouldn't you know the cheap ones have the best sport horse pedigrees?

    Might be possible to pick up one of theirs or in foal to one of them at the Keeneland November sale--or anywhere else.
    Last edited by vineyridge; Oct. 28, 2009, 03:46 PM.
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  • #2
    His pic in The Bloodhorse is pretty bad too, but if you ignore the overall impression of the photo and look carefully, his hip and sacroiliac joint line up well and his shoulder and withers are great. I bet he could be a jumping machine.


    • #3
      Carrier Pigeon---(back in Out of Place`s pedigree)

      Coincidentally, I was just saying on another thread that I used to ride a stallion named Poopcha, owned by Joe Mc Laughlin at Hitching Post Farm, back in the late 50s, early 60s.

      Poopcha was by Carrier Pigeon, and he sired lots of very good jumpers, "way back when."

      That`s a name I haven`t seen for decades!


      • #4

        I have a mare and her son that have Poopcha on their pedigrees. Spider and Caesar. http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/inde...mall_font=1&l=

        you can see a picture of Caesar on our website - www.ketchenplace.com
        Last edited by mcp; Oct. 28, 2009, 03:28 PM. Reason: added more info


        • #5
          Wyncharm and Stem Christie were both at Hitching Post. Stem Christie was named that because, in addition to the Mc Laughlin`s riding camp in the summer, they also ran a ski camp in the winter, and they had their own rope tow on the steep hill across from where the current cross country course starts out.

          I think they also owned Arthur, but if so, he wasn`t a long term fixture like Poopcha.


          • #6
            we have an Out of Place grandson, O'Larry http://www.pedigreequery.com/olarry we adore. he has a total ammie temperament ,does not need shoes!,has been our guest horse for non-riders to get to hack out xc since he was 3, yet wins as a show hunter and also loves eventing. Athletic and very very sweet.Just tries to please.His dad, a son of Out of Place, now stands in Louisianna I believe. His mom is by Waquoit and out of a Miswaki dam, so maybe some of his old fashioned tb substance and sanity comes from mom as well. We will miss him when he sells, but also not worry about him as he is the kind of horse who will be cherished.


            • #7
              it is Yourplaceormine, one word.
              he is standing in Alabama
              "We would like to introduce to our newest stallion Yourplaceormine. He is incredible and is also certified with AQHA to breed for appendix quarter horses. He puts a lot of height and class into his children and also passes the warm blood look. So if you are wanting to spice up your show barn just call or e-mail us with any question that you may have.
              Contact Info
              Name: Jason Stoker Phone # 334-319-4027"


              • Original Poster

                I have no idea if she would be appealing at the keeneland November sales, but there is a 4 yo Out of Place mare named Bernhardt who is believed to be in foal to Wilko. http://apps.keeneland.com/sales/nov09/pdfs/2704.pdf

                That would be a very interesting 2fer, since his pedigree is also lovely for sport.
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                • #9
                  oh my, she does have great sporthorse breeding. We sold a lovely homebred Seattle Slew granddaughter, and Damascus is in many many steeplechase and event horse pedigrees. Would love to check her out,but I am moving and our rider is in vet school, so we are selling,not buying,sigh.Please someone check her out tho!


                  • Original Poster

                    And look at this mare--not Out of Place, though, but still
                    I do love Running Stag, and since he's been sent to Korea, he's going to be in limited supply. His are sound and late maturing, thus not popular commercially.


                    Could NOT have a nicer pedigree for sport. If I had the money to buy, she'd be the one I wanted. She's got rare and unusual British lines on the bottom.
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                    • #11
                      VR, these horses are going to be running through my dreams tonight!


                      • #12
                        Regardless of pedigree, Out of Place always had the looks to be a nice sport horse sire. He was a gorgeous horse, even when he was racing. He stood in Ocala for years when he was younger.

                        He is quite aged in his current Claiborne photo, I think he's 22 now.
                        Here is a photo of him in his younger days in Ocala. Just a beautifully built horse for any discipline, including racing.



                        • #13
                          Originally posted by vineyridge View Post
                          And look at this mare--not Out of Place, though, but still
                          I do love Running Stag, and since he's been sent to Korea, he's going to be in limited supply. His are sound and late maturing, thus not popular commercially.


                          Could NOT have a nicer pedigree for sport. If I had the money to buy, she'd be the one I wanted. She's got rare and unusual British lines on the bottom.
                          I'm going to look at a Running Stag horse later this week! Funny coincidence to see that name on here.


                          • #14
                            Here is a nice pic of Out of Place:

                            Third Charm Event Team


                            • #15
                              My new love:




                              • #16
                                This thread was very timely! Its looking like This filly will be coming home with me from Suffolk this year
                                Last edited by AppJumpr08; Nov. 2, 2009, 11:49 PM.


                                • #17
                                  I have a granddaughter of Out of Place. Her sire is Orville n Wilburs, by Out of place. She is out of The Jolly, by Caller I.D. The Jolly's dam is Comedy Court by Star de Naskra.

                                  The Jolly is being groomed as an eventer with a wonderful, capable young woman who is the answer to my prayers.

                                  Jolly's daughter, my yearling filly by Orville, is a replica of her mother and is a dream to work with. She is correct, sane and beautiful. I will train her for the racetrack but have her post-racing career in mind as we travel that road.


                                  • #18
                                    I just noticed that one of the mares who has been listed on CANTER NE's site for a few months is by Out of Place - her name is Shout. The pic in the ad is teeeeennnny tiny, but here's her listing info:

                                    TRAINER-OWNED MARE
                                    Chestnut, 16 hands, 8 years old

                                    "Shout" is a striking daughter of gorgeous Out of Place, and her class is apparent in every way! Out of a daughter of Conquistador Cielo, Shout was a successful racehorse who retired sound and has been a broodmare for the past few years.

                                    She has two lovely foals on the ground and they are as attractive and levelheaded as Shout is! Owner reluctantly parting with her as part of a farm dispersal. Shout should be able to retrain as a riding horse for just about any discipline, in addition to her promise as a sporthorse broodmare.

                                    She is currently in New York but will be back in Rhode Island in late September and can be seen on the farm.

                                    Price: $1,000 negotiable. Serious inquiries, please, to Carolyn at 401-626-2626 or ponygirl0525@yahoo.com.


                                    • #19
                                      We bought the Running Stag horse--nice big bone, big, well shaped feet, an attitude to die for and a good mover. Great name too!


                                      • Original Poster

                                        LAZ, all I can say is "YAY!"

                                        One hopes that he will be everything an event horse should be and more.
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