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  • Original Poster

    #41
    Thanks for the suggestions everyone, I'm still mulling ideas around. There are a lot of very nice stallions out there but it seems like the ones I really like are only available frozen and I just don't want to try frozen with this particular mare.

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    • #42
      If you need height, want to stay with AHS, and don't want frozen, I agree with those who suggested Landkoenig. A bonus in case your mare isn't easy to settle, is that Edgar is a dream to work with and his collection/shipping fees very easy on your budget.

      Good Luck!

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        #43
        I agree with you on that Tuckawayfarm, Edgar is certainly top notch. My other Hano mare is in foal to Wild Dance and it was wonderful working with Edgar to make it happen. My vet said he wished all stallion owners were as easy to deal with.

        Edgar did suggest Pablito for this mare and I am considering him. However, I am thinking outside the box a bit. There are several other equally nice stallions, in particular a few Holsteiners, that I think would be a good cross for her too. Where I'm running into problems is finding one that is AHS approved and available fresh.

        I'm also a bit picky about who is standing the stallion, availability of the stallion, what type of additional fees they have, etc. In that respect, Edgar did spoil me. Top notch service at very reasonable prices.

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        • #44
          Originally posted by DownYonder View Post
          It is Eremias - he went to the Bundeschampionat in 2004 & 2005.
          http://www.horsetelex.com/horses/pedigree/246286

          Do you know if they are they going to show him here in jumpers?
          Yes they are prepping him for the winter season. He might debut smaller than the GP at first but will hopefully go back up to it. I saw him jump beautifully yesterday. I think they are also trying to finalize who gets the ride on him.

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          • #45
            How about Raphaello?

            (and I vaguely recall the same people also stood another stallion - bay - Cathalido??? but maybe he was a Holst.)
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            • Original Poster

              #46
              Raffaello looks interesting but I can't find any information on him. The website seems to be down.

              I do like Cathalido but he isn't approved for AHS and is only available frozen.

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              • #47
                http://www.equitopfarm.com/quidamblue.html - Quidam Blue This boy has some cross over lines.

                The owners are the very best kind of horse people and knowledgeable (and from Europe themselves).

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                • #48
                  It came to me in the night, not Cathalido - Cotopaxi! Although I still think he is a Host.

                  CoTH poster "Clint" has seen Raffaello and has breedings to him, maybe ask her?

                  Also consider Lagoheidor G. He is one of the 4 full brothers Landor S and Laertes (International SJs) and Landwerder (who did hunters, jumpers and GP dressage) and Lago himself jumped at FEI level before being taken to GP by his owner. He's available fresh and is jolly fertile and approved AHS.
                  Last edited by Molly Malone; Oct. 10, 2012, 08:07 AM. Reason: added info
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                  • #49
                    Originally posted by Molly Malone View Post
                    It came to me in the night, not Cathalido - Cotopaxi! Although I still think he is a Host.

                    CoTH poster "Clint" has seen Raffaello and has breedings to him, maybe ask her?

                    Also consider Lagoheidor G. He is one of the 4 full brothers Landor S and Laertes (International SJs) and Landwerder (who did hunters, jumpers and GP dressage) and Lago himself jumped at FEI level before being taken to GP by his owner. He's available fresh and is jolly fertile and approved AHS.
                    I'm sure you are all aware, but Lagoheidor and Landkoenig also share the same sire, Landadel. I am a big Landadel fan. I like dual talent stallions. And you can't get much better than a dam that produced 4 approved stallions, imho.

                    What are the full bloodlines on the mare?
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                    • Original Poster

                      #50
                      Sire is Kalypso, by Kronenkranich XX out of Guter Fang who is by Grandferdinand II.

                      Her dam is Princess Goya, by Prinz Gaylord out of Gifted by Grande.

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                      • #51
                        I can't remember, has anyone on this thread suggested Coeur D'Amour?

                        http://www.hphanoverians.com/coeur-d-amour.html

                        Saw him in person at Devon last month, and was impressed. Good mover, with a TON of stallion presence.
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                        • #52
                          Originally posted by ahf View Post
                          I can't remember, has anyone on this thread suggested Coeur D'Amour?

                          http://www.hphanoverians.com/coeur-d-amour.html

                          Saw him in person at Devon last month, and was impressed. Good mover, with a TON of stallion presence.
                          He sure is a piece of eye candy. A friend is considering him to produce an event foal out of her Sandro Hit mare. Don't laugh, the mare is a super jumper and is competing quite successfully in eventing (going at least Prelim and maybe even Intermediate by now - I'll have to ask).

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                          • #53
                            I'm not laughing at all. Would like to see the outcome of that cross.

                            Total eye candy. Agreed. When I was watching him in the ring, my mental soundtrack was 'I'm Too Sexy". He certainly came out more "holsteiney" in body type than the Conteur's I've seen.

                            And speaking of Conteur sons....what ever happened to Confetti?
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                            • #54
                              Originally posted by ahf View Post
                              I can't remember, has anyone on this thread suggested Coeur D'Amour?

                              http://www.hphanoverians.com/coeur-d-amour.html

                              Saw him in person at Devon last month, and was impressed. Good mover, with a TON of stallion presence.
                              Good Lord he IS really pretty! He looks like a Breyer horse.

                              Would he add size though?
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                              • #55
                                He is NOT a small stallion. Without seeing any mature offspring, I would bet he would add a little height. How much height he would add, you'd have to ask Klaus.
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                                • #56
                                  This is our Landkonig gelding out of a Thoroughbred mare.

                                  https://www.facebook.com/media/set/e...0000554629759/

                                  I have seen a good number of other Landkonig offspring and they all can jump.

                                  Horsezee

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                                  • #57
                                    Originally posted by Fourbeats View Post
                                    Sire is Kalypso, by Kronenkranich XX out of Guter Fang who is by Grandferdinand II.

                                    Her dam is Princess Goya, by Prinz Gaylord out of Gifted by Grande.
                                    I have a Landkoenig gelding, out of a Pablito/Kalypso mare. All the jump in the world, great technique, good movement, brave, and while green, is versatile enough to go in all 3 rings and do well. PM me if you want to see any photos/video.

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                                    • #58
                                      Fourbeats, it sounds as though you have an Edgar-bred mare! Couer d'Amour is in the Hanoverian Jumper Breeding Program, and I didn't know that until I recently studied the current stallions.

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                                        #59
                                        Originally posted by dianehalpin View Post
                                        Fourbeats, it sounds as though you have an Edgar-bred mare! Couer d'Amour is in the Hanoverian Jumper Breeding Program, and I didn't know that until I recently studied the current stallions.

                                        You're correct, Diane. She is from Edgar's breeding program and I consider myself very lucky to have her. She is such a wonderful mare.

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                                        • #60
                                          Check out Bosch Blue, just approved KWPN-NA jumper stallion (Mr. Blue x G Ramiro Z x Nimmerdor). He's in Alberta...

                                          Good luck in your search!
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