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  • #41
    Originally posted by gotabuk View Post
    Here's my boy's (he's a jumper):


    Neat to see Sain et Sauf in there!

    Fanfreluche's Wikipedia page for anyone who hasn't heard of her wild kidnapping tale and how Sain et Sauf was named


    • #42
      here's my old guys pedigree, my semi-retired former childrens hunter

      sidenote- His barn name is Skye not Elsberry (eww)


      Let me know if his picture doesn't work, im new at this


      • #43
        Originally posted by Florida Fan View Post
        2 tbs: Looking at pedigree of your first hunter, ---in my much younger days, at Turf Paradise and Aksarben, had the pleasure of ponying Cyanne to the starting gate for Carter Bons, who trained him all his life. He was really magnificent! Also, wathced Kathryn's Doll run, trained by John Cheney---she was lightning--and a beautiful mare. Although they were Ky breds, those trainers back then knew where the good ones came from! Good luck!

        That's super cool!!!!

        I know nothing about mom's side but on dad's side the one that stands out the most is Seattle Slew (duh!) and then of course Bold Ruler snags my attention too. It's neat to hear things about the other great horses that make up who my horse is
        Lord Stanely, Lord Stanley - come back to Pittsburgh!!!
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        • #44
          Here's my 3 boys pedigrees....they're hunters

          Amen 3yr Dutch Geld by Haarlem

          Allegro 3yr Dutch Geld by Rhodium

          Norman 5yr Tb Geld by Our Emblem
          Last edited by ladipus; Jul. 31, 2008, 07:34 PM.
          R.I.P. "Henry" 4/22/05 - 3/26/2010 We loved you so much....gone but NEVER FORGOTTEN...i hope we meet again


          • #45
            West Hampton yearling Oldenburg by Westporte x Vienna

            Gold Tycoon 2 yr old JC TB by Zillionair x Lizzie

            Zarrbuck 4 yr old WB/TB cross by Zarr x Cheval D'or

            More About Me 6 yr old Hanoverian by Loerke x EM Fifth Avenue Q
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            • #46
              It's amazing how much we see Buckpasser, Native Dancer & Mr Prospector!
              Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN


              • #47
                Hoist the Flag seems to come up a lot too.

                I had this mare for about 6 years.
                I did the A/A & low A/O jumpers with her.
                Stoneybrook Farm Afton TN


                • #48
                  Cool thread!

                  Here is my guy: http://www.pedigreequery.com/opnus

                  He is a hunter.
                  Animals are not disposable!!!


                  • #49
                    Cool was a grandson of Buckpasser. I wouldn't say he was much of a hunter or a jumper as he simply didn't like to leap over things. He was a lovely dressage horse tho and definitely inherited the Buckpasser looks.
                    The Evil Chem Prof


                    • #50
                      Here's my girl. She's a Hunter


                      Here's a picture of her too


                      • #51
                        My someday, hopefully hunter.



                        • #52
                          Here are my two girls:

                          Frankie (would have been a hunter but broke her hip so will be a mama now)


                          My Dutch jumper mare - Lilly:

                          Hickstead 1996-2011 Godspeed
                          " Hickstead is simply the best and He lives forever in our hearts"
                          Akasha 1992-2012 - I will always love you sweet girl.


                          • #53
                            Retired former AA hunter. By the time he grew up from a foal decided I didn't want to do the A/Os.

                            Let It Be

                            Crayola Posse: Violet Blue


                            • #54
                              I noticed there are no updated photos of Eyelet. So, how is the little cutie pie doing?
                              She's doing great, thanks . Finally she is more grey than pink , as good and quiet as both of her parents, and is a beautiful jumper. Maybe the next time my mother takes pictures she'll get one with the whole horse in the frame so that I can show people . Next year she'll start going to some shows, so then there will be decent, professional pictures.


                              • #55
                                heres my baby h/j Lucky:



                                • #56
                                  Originally posted by CBoylen View Post
                                  She's doing great, thanks . Finally she is more grey than pink , as good and quiet as both of her parents, and is a beautiful jumper. Maybe the next time my mother takes pictures she'll get one with the whole horse in the frame so that I can show people . Next year she'll start going to some shows, so then there will be decent, professional pictures.
                                  Has Mr. Trainer been on her yet? I had another question for you: is one of Rox Dene's kids by Loyal Pal? I think Eyelet is everyone's secret hope for another Rox Dene
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                                  • #57
                                    Originally posted by ivy62 View Post
                                    I have a young prospect hopefully for the hunters...can someone look at her pedigree and let me know if I am thinking the right discipline:

                                    abosolutely great! your horse will be a beautiful hunter!
                                    Friend: Can you PLEASE stop talking about horses???!

                                    Me: I'm sorry, there is just nothing else I CAN talk about!


                                    • #58
                                      Reese is my hunter:


                                      His Dam has rockin' H/J lines...
                                      If you must choose between two evils, choose the one that you've never tried before.


                                      • #59
                                        Originally posted by tidy rabbit View Post
                                        Wow - I like that pedigree! Sounds like it worked out well for you as well.
                                        "A goal without a plan is just a wish."


                                        • #60
                                          Great Thread

                                          Here is my boy Peter. Four year old hunter (hopefully)