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  • Import brokers for Ireland

    Hey all!

    Fingers crossed I finally found a double dilute stallion prospect Connemara!! Now while I wait on the results of his grey test, I am looking into the shipping aspect.
    Would be from Ireland to Canada (happy to go to the US then pick up from there... No problem. Ideally NY.

    Any comments, recommendations etc? And what is the ballpark $$? I've heard anywhere from $3600 to $9000...

    Pony in question is a weanling.

    Thanks so much!
    www.muskokalakesconnemaras.com
    Wonderful ponies for family or show!

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    Could you tell me the breeding? I got a quote 3 years ago of € 7200 per horse clearing QT in NY and all fees. For the life of me I can't remember the company but they were American based. I find it's best to get a quote with everything in. No point in just getting flight price. I also had minimal sales tax as these were my personal horses.

    You could try Peden over here. They are very good.

    Best of luck. I have a client with a gorgeous well bred buckskin filly by Gwennic De Goariva out of a Westside Mirah mare. Hoping he breeds her to a dilute down the line. But has the Connie society started registering double dilutes?

    Terri
    COTH, keeping popcorn growers in business for years.

    "I need your grace to remind me to find my own." Snow Patrol-Chasing Cars. This line reminds me why I have horses.

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    • #3
      Tim Dutta is who I got the original quote from.

      Terri
      COTH, keeping popcorn growers in business for years.

      "I need your grace to remind me to find my own." Snow Patrol-Chasing Cars. This line reminds me why I have horses.

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      • #4
        I would try Nicholas on Long Island ,,,we pick up at the qt quite often,,our farm is 20 mins away. We picked up 5 there yesterday, three went on to rigby farm for CEM testing, and two weanlings went right to buyer. If you need a layover after the 72 hour, awaiting CA shipper, let me know, or if you need help with a Canadian shipper,,we will only haul to the portal.
        Regards
        Jeanne
        Rygarhorsetransport.com
        [URL="http://rygarhorsetransport.com"]http://rygarhorsetransport.com[/URL

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        • #5
          James at Pedens. They used to use Mersant on this side. I have imported 5 using Pedens and have always been happy with the service.

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            #6
            Thanks guys!

            As for the DD status, our society has no problems with them. Fully registerable

            Edited to say- there are 3 awaiting grey test results... Lines include Templebready Fear Bui, Ormond Oliver, Innellan Kestrel, I Love You Melody, Tempo Active Atlas.... So they are all nicely bred
            www.muskokalakesconnemaras.com
            Wonderful ponies for family or show!

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            • #7
              By "our" you mean Canadian or ICPS? I thought ACPS still didn't allow the double dilutes.
              Beth Davidson
              Black Dog Farm Connemaras & Sport Horses
              http://blackdogconnemara.com
              visit my blog: http://ponyeventer.blogspot.com

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              • #8
                Sorry, Janet, keep forgetting to answer your facebook message! I used Eddie Brennan, Ltd. Ask for Oliver Cooper, tell him I sent you Shipping costs will probably vary widely from what I paid, because I had my three on the last FedEx trip. I was quoted around $4500 for one weanling, and I shipped three for $11,000. This included the trucking from the airport to the quarantine facility, but not trucking from quarantine to our farm. It was $2500 for the two and half day quarantine in the US. Although I believe those costs have gone up as of October 1st.

                Fingers crossed for you!!
                Fade to Grey Farm
                Eventing, Foxhunting & Connemaras
                *NEW* website:www.fadetogreyfarm.com

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by pcwertb View Post
                  By "our" you mean Canadian or ICPS? I thought ACPS still didn't allow the double dilutes.
                  The Canadian Society allow double dilute stallions and mares to be registered. ACPS only allows mares and geldings.
                  Fade to Grey Farm
                  Eventing, Foxhunting & Connemaras
                  *NEW* website:www.fadetogreyfarm.com

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                  • #10
                    Has anyone with the Canadian Society tried to get a DD Colt Approved yet? I know that they will accept them but will you be the first to try?
                    Redbud Ranch
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                    • #11
                      Yes I meant dd stallions are not allowed. I had someone ask me about standing one, but I told her ACPS won't approve the stallion.
                      Beth Davidson
                      Black Dog Farm Connemaras & Sport Horses
                      http://blackdogconnemara.com
                      visit my blog: http://ponyeventer.blogspot.com

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                      • Original Poster

                        #12
                        Yes, I will likely be the first. Should be interesting

                        GA you got all three for 11k?!? I might buy all three of these colts then lol!!

                        Thanks for the info... Is fedEx not flying anymore then or something?
                        www.muskokalakesconnemaras.com
                        Wonderful ponies for family or show!

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