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Searching for the following horses............update FOUND ONE!!!

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  • Searching for the following horses............update FOUND ONE!!!

    Fifth Element by White Star out of EM Amelia
    Wildestarr by Wildcard out of EM Amelia
    Forever West by West Coast out of EM Amelia
    Focal Point by Walldorf out of EM Amelia
    Rita by Rolling Stone out of EM Amelia

    Sensing a theme here? Just over a year ago I puchased EM Amelia (and not from the owner that these people would have bought their horses from).

    These may be show names, I don't know gender, I don't have years of birth (but she was imported in 2000 and I bought her open in Nov 2007, so between 2000-2007).

    I would just like them to know that the mommy of their horses is safe and happy and I would LOVE to see photos of her offspring.

    PMs are fine. Someone has to know who has these horses. I'm sure that they were sold to be upper level show horses.
    Last edited by Iron Horse Farm; Feb. 22, 2009, 10:58 PM. Reason: update
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    Does Judy Arnold or her kids know where they went? I think Forever West was in NC (I seem to remember an ad for him/her but I could be wrong. I had a West Coast gelding, so I kept my eyes open for others). Was this one of Judy's mare's? Stacey Hastings might be another one to contact as she is competing with Rolling Stone and might come across offspring. You could check to see if any of the horses are listed on the NCDCTA HOY program as a start.
    RIP Mydan Mydandy+
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    • #3
      Wonder if you might get a better response in the breeding forum? No idea - just a thought!

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        #4
        Originally posted by Kate66 View Post
        Wonder if you might get a better response in the breeding forum? No idea - just a thought!
        I wondered that as well, but there is always so much more traffic on this page!

        THis was once one of Judy's nice mares (I think that Judy imported her), but I did not buy her from Judy. I did call to let her know that she is in a good place now, but have not heard from her again re other foals.
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          BUMP!
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          • #6
            Stating the breed of this mare might help?
            Or maybe it's a case of 'if you have to ask...'?

            Have you checked USEF?
            Horse Name: FIFTH ELEMENT (4777920)

            Breed: HANOVERIAN
            Sire Name: WHITE STAR 318108293
            Dam Name: AMELIA SPS313316392
            Yo/Yousolong April 23rd, 1985- April 15th, 2014

            http://notesfromadogwalker.com/2012/...m-a-sanctuary/

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            • #7
              I have "Fielding" by West Coast....but I am guessing he is not out of your mare...
              "You can't really debate with someone who has a prescient invisible friend"
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              • #8
                Fifth Element is in SC and has shown a lot with a young owner.
                Wildestarr I can't remember... how old?

                Forever West is at my sisters. He is a colt still, about 5 years old now and will hopefully go to an inspection this year.
                Focal Point I think he died.
                Rita Judy still has.
                www.ncsporthorse.com

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                • #9
                  Fielding is out of Doramber, who is my horse's dam also. So they are full brothers. My guy is 15 and a sweetheart.
                  www.ncsporthorse.com

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                    Originally posted by shea'smom View Post
                    Fifth Element is in SC and has shown a lot with a young owner.
                    Wildestarr I can't remember... how old?

                    Forever West is at my sisters. He is a colt still, about 5 years old now and will hopefully go to an inspection this year.
                    Focal Point I think he died.
                    Rita Judy still has.

                    Shea's Mom - Yea! Soo glad to hear that Fifth Element & Forever West are well!

                    I am looking for pictures........any pictures! Would your sister be willing to share a couple of photos? I have some really good pictures of mom at her GOV inspection (even though she was 16 she is such a trooper!).
                    Is your sister presenting him GOV or Han?

                    I didn't realize that focal point had died. Does anyone know how I would find photos of Fifth Element?
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                    • #11
                      OMG so my Petey is your horse's full brother? Wow! Mine is 9 yrs old...and still quite the pistol. Do you have any pics?
                      "You can't really debate with someone who has a prescient invisible friend"
                      carolprudm

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                      • #12
                        Look on the USDF for Fifth Elements owner, Elizabeth somebody....
                        I will try to get some pics of Cole, Forever West.
                        Mrodes, look at my website for Walker. That is my boy. How is Fielding? What do you do with him. Walker really matured at 10, so you are almost there! Now he does lessons. He had a bad injury, otherwise could have gone all the way in dressage.
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                        • #13
                          He is a childrens hunter. Hoping to move up the the small juniors this year. His show name is Peter Pan (which fits him perfectly...lol)

                          He is like a lap dog, but boy does he have a wicked spook!
                          "You can't really debate with someone who has a prescient invisible friend"
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                            Found this about Forever West, apparently being ridden by Bent Jenson

                            http://www.stonecropfarm.com/Forever_West.html


                            Really, really pretty boy! He must take after mom!
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                              He is not at Bent's, he is with Judy's others at my sisters. I will try to get you some pictures.
                              www.ncsporthorse.com

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                              • #16
                                Wow, I wasn't expecting to know any of the horses when I started reading, that horse that Bent Jenson rides is very, very beautiful and talented. That makes your broodmare pretty valuable.

                                Do you plan on breeding her?

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                                  Originally posted by dsgshowmom View Post
                                  Wow, I wasn't expecting to know any of the horses when I started reading, that horse that Bent Jenson rides is very, very beautiful and talented. That makes your broodmare pretty valuable.

                                  Do you plan on breeding her?

                                  Thank you so much! We think that she's really special.

                                  She is in foal to Soprano. Here is a link to her matchup.......
                                  http://www.neighland.com/COTHs_z.html

                                  Just scroll down to Soprano on the left and EM Amelia on the right.
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                                    #18
                                    Still looking for offspring of the mare EM Amelia (Amarillo/Bolero) and came across the following:

                                    Wicasa -a gelding shown by Anna Baldwin. That is all of the info that I have and there are literally thousands of Anna Baldwins on FB so if anyone knows her or Wicasa I would love to contact her!
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