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  • Who all has TB's here??

    I was just wondering who all has TB's and what is their show/reg. names?? age,color,height also.... if possable

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    [This message was edited by StarburstJumper on Jan. 27, 2004 at 05:40 PM.]
    Tiffany

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    I was just wondering who all has TB's and what is their show/reg. names?? age,color,height also.... if possable

    [T.I.F.F.]

    Member of the Mighty Thoroughbred Clique!

    Member of the Blonde Riders Clique!

    [This message was edited by StarburstJumper on Jan. 27, 2004 at 05:40 PM.]
    Tiffany

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    • #3
      I have a good number of t.b.'s in the barn. I'll take one, any day. Let's see: Dancing After Dark, Mystic, No Decision, Errol Starr. Also, Dancing After Midnight. And that's all the t.b.'s. Everyone else, is a different breed or type.

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      If guys can do it, how hard can it be?

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      • #4
        TB owner here:

        Crowning Touch (show name, unregistered)
        High Count (same as above)
        Magic Marlin-JC registered name
        MegaGold (shown name-TB cross)

        When you find yourself on the edge of a cliff, a step backward is progress

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        • #5
          Right now, I have two, a mother and daughter team. Neither has shown but hopefully, Due (the daughter) will get her chance someday

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          • #6
            Registered Name: Optical Isomer
            Show/barn name: Spartacus, aka Spar
            Height: 16.2
            Colour: dark bay with a star
            Sex: Gelding
            Age: 6 going on 13
            Occupation: Besides being a spoiled rotten suck? An eventer. And he LOVES it.

            I won't ever own another breed. Ever. I might be biased, but I have never ridden or seen a horse with as much heart and intelligence as mine, with the much appreciated bonus of a good mind. He never spooks, but is so alert. In his stall or crossties he's always doing ten things at once, but when we start to work he's completely focused and so enthusiastic about his work and pleasing me. He is absolutely incredible - my dream horse.


            *Trinity* & *Spartacus*

            [This message was edited by *Trinity* on Jan. 27, 2004 at 10:07 PM.]

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            • #7
              I am a Thoroughbred owner and lover, wouldn't want another breed. . although I like riding other breeds also. I love Thoroughbreds heart and personalitys...
              In Your Dreams - coming 7, 16.2hh, bay, eventer/hunter/jumper/dressage

              Andrea
              Music the great communicator ~ use two sticks to make it in the nature-RHCP
              Drea

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              • #8
                I have a TB mare

                -Kelsey-
                Tomorrow's another day, and I'm thirsty anyway; so bring on the rain.

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                • #9
                  Rocco is a 1990 TB gelding, 16.2 1/2 hands, blood bay. His JC registered name is Strelka. His breeding is Foolish Pleasure X Springs Promise, he raced but obviously wasn't a star, or I wouldn't be lucky enough to have him now. He was a stud and is a father of 6, I think (I have to look at his record again), and was gelded when he was 9 or so. You wouldn't know it, he's really quiet and has great manners! Now he's my spoiled little baby!

                  [This message was edited by Ride'emVA on Jan. 27, 2004 at 07:43 PM.]
                  If you must choose between two evils, choose the one that you've never tried before.

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                  • #10
                    4 TBs here. We are TB snobs. Nobody else invited...
                    Radiant Soldier-18, Chestnut, 16.0, Intermediate
                    Seventh Heaven-16, Grey, 16.0, Prelim
                    Telemakhos-9, Grey, 17.1, Training
                    Katahdin-5, Bay, 17.1, Baby Novice
                    All Eventers

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                    • #11
                      I have a grat TB who looks more like a warmblood and gets by as one, but he is a full TB who I love dearly!

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                      • #12
                        I have a TB mare. Her registered name is Cute As A Bugsear and I used that to show as well.

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                        Amy
                        Owned by:
                        Cute as a Bugsear (Bugs) JC OTTTB (Isella x Annie Somebody)
                        Pippen (Frodo) ATA Anglo Trakehner (Paramoure x Cute as a Bugsear)
                        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                        ~Amy~ TrakehNERD clique
                        *Bugs 5/86-3/10 OTTB Mare* RIP lovely Lady, I miss you
                        *Frodo '03 Anglo Trakehner Gelding*
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                        • #13
                          I do!!!

                          Her registered name is "Rockinhost", but we showed under "Canasta".

                          She will be 20 on March 27 and is 16 h 1/2"

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                          • #14
                            I have the following: (all registered names first)
                            Key Evidence (aka Beast): 9y/o, bay gelding, about 16.2hh
                            Baileys Flurry: 5y/o bay gelding, about 15.2hh
                            Ktaya: 11y/o dk bay gelding, about 15.3hh
                            Swashbuckler (not sure of exact reg name): 6 y/o bay gelding, about 16.3+hh

                            Also my friend's mare, Yankee Flower: 16y/o bay mare, about 16.2hh
                            Brandi
                            "A horseman or horsewoman must have only one thing (and each in his own way): a passionate, obsessive love for the horse. Nothing more." George H. Morris

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                            • #15
                              I have a newly acquired TB. Hes 16hh and 11 years old. he's a hunter. He is lazier than my warmbloods though!!

                              "There was a point to this story, but it has temporarily escaped the chronicler's mind."
                              - Douglas Adams

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                              • #16
                                I have a new TB "Dan the Man" (registered as Went a Dancin'), he's a coming 3 yo (or a 3 yo according to the JC). He's 16.1+ and still growing, and the most mild mannered lazy boy I have ever been around. He puts all the WBs in the barn to shame as far as laid back attitude goes. His favorite things to do are sleep (laying down out in the sun), eat, and stand in the crossties for hours checking things out.

                                I thought I wanted a WB because I wanted something calm and mild mannered now that I am getting older. Nobody told Dan he was supposed to be hot and crazy.

                                If he stays like this I think I will be a TB convert forever.

                                "Dan the Man"
                                On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog

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                                • #17
                                  JC -Spy Illusion, show - I Spy 15h2" 22yo geld
                                  JC -Derby Day Dancer, show Mr. Brain 16h 4 yo geld

                                  Janet
                                  chief feeder and mucker for Music, Spy, Belle, and Brain
                                  Janet

                                  chief feeder and mucker for Music, Spy, Belle and Tiara. Someone else is now feeding and mucking for Chief and Brain (both foxhunting now).

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                                  • #18
                                    Also a TB snob, but mine are for dressage. I currently have 7. 3 mares, 1 gelding, 2 long yearlings, and a colt (he's for sale).

                                    Love 'em!

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                                    • #19
                                      I presently own 2: my stallion, Katahdin (I see that's a popular name ) and a mare, Nora's Gal. Keeping my eyes open for more!
                                      http://www.chronicleofmyhorse.com/profile/blackstallion

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                                      • #20
                                        J Egger Hoofer(reg), bright bay gelding, 16.3, barn name - Jay

                                        was doing Dressage until a fractured coffin bone sidelined us..

                                        He also LOVES to jump! No more for him, though...the foot is the RFront.

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