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  • #21
    Have you seen Cartier R from Rising Star Farms?

    He is young but oh so special. Definitely not bred for colour but for talent and bloodlines.

    Give Ronda a shout via email. Last I heard she was having trouble logging into CoTH since the new format.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by EquineLVR View Post
      Love Imothep!
      So do we! He's come such a long way and his future is so bright! As a breeding stallion, he's shown us that he puts his best qualities into the foals. He goes well with many different types and that is very unique for a stallion. Not to mention.... He can jump a house!

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      • #23
        Might you be interested in the Hanoverian stallion, Grandom (? He went GP show jumping. Produces talented jumpers. Lovely brain. Available fresh from Canada. http://grandomestates.webs.com/stalliongrandom.htm

        Bon Balou (Balou du Rouet-Argentinus-Landadel) from Dreamscape - not sure if he's producing a lot of white or not. Proving himself to have excellent jump, but he's not yet a "proven" sire, but the whole family tree is pretty consistent. http://www.dreamscapefarm.com/HorseDetail.aspx?ID=566
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        • #24
          Actually Bosh Blue might be a candidate. He has breeding that could do both. He passed his approval recently. The KWPN actually tested him here for his European approval.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by DownYonder View Post
            Are you wanting a true JUMPER, or a hunter type?

            Rising Star Farm has some dark colored jumper stallions with little or no white. Dreamscape Farm has Novalis. Some of the Sandro Hit sons jump pretty well, although most (all?) of them are more suited for dressage (Sure Hit has played around in the hunters and did fairly well for his first year out). And there are some dark coated jumper types at the current 70 day test at Silver Creek.
            I second Novalis from Dreamscape Farm.
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            • #26
              Concert Grosso

              Concerto Grosso has been producing solid (mostly bay or brown) foals with minimum white. He did have one colt with lots of white out of a Voltaire mare. Concerto was an under used stallion until I bought him a few years ago. I have been tracking down his offspring and it seems their owners are pleased with them. A good sign is that there are very few for sale.

              A son, Counterpoint, won the 2012 Blenheim Five Year Old Jumper Classic this summer.

              Calle Cool, a half-brother, won the 2012 Hamburg Derby.

              http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTtQJuj5Ir0&sns=em

              His semen is good, he ships well, and all of the mare owners seemed pleased with our efforts.

              Concerto is back in work with my daughter and has started jumping again. What a horse! It is a pity that he was not shown much when he was younger. We hope to drag him along to Ocala in January.

              You can "LIKE" Concerto Grosso Holsteiner Stallion on Facebook for updates on specials and photos of him and his offspring.

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              • #27
                Originally posted by rodawn View Post
                Might you be interested in the Hanoverian stallion, Grandom (? He went GP show jumping. Produces talented jumpers. Lovely brain. Available fresh from Canada. http://grandomestates.webs.com/stalliongrandom.htm

                Bon Balou (Balou du Rouet-Argentinus-Landadel) from Dreamscape - not sure if he's producing a lot of white or not. Proving himself to have excellent jump, but he's not yet a "proven" sire, but the whole family tree is pretty consistent. http://www.dreamscapefarm.com/HorseDetail.aspx?ID=566
                just a couple observations, OP's mare is bred from older blood so Grandom might be old, too old, so to speak--doubtful to make a modern horse. And the Balou's always throw a bunch of white--in fact sometimes all over places.
                Last edited by feather river; Nov. 8, 2012, 02:10 AM. Reason: spelling
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                • #28
                  Originally posted by Gayle in Oregon View Post
                  I am looking for a fresh semen, good modern stallion that will not produce a lot of white or add a lot of white. Has to move well enough to do dressage. Color does not matter. My mare is a mulit-in hand sport horse champion but a little older style with average length of leg. Has good conformation, movement, power and jump. I see A LOT of new stallions that are awesome but also a lot of white.
                  Two that you might want to look at are Contempo (Contender/Polydor) and Ralando II (Ramiro-Calando-Romino). Both were inspected by sBs judges from Belgium yesterday and impressed the panel. Both are proven jumpers, with Contempo competing now in the 1.4ms with his ammy owner and Ralando II now retired from both a jumper and hunter career.

                  Neither stallion can produce chestnut.
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                    #29
                    Imothep

                    Originally posted by EquineLVR View Post
                    Love Imothep!
                    Is he here in the USA now? I need fresh semen.

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                    • #30
                      Hi please take a look at our boys Talme (Wellington x Alme) is 16.2hh bay with nice long legs very short coupled, exellent use of his hind leg. He is producing mainly Hunters and Dressage horses. Tempranillo (Calvados x Damiro) is 17hh bay also long legged but more long lined and a bit finer boned had two 6 year olds in the young horse jumper finals for Western Canada, he also did Dressage to third level before switching to the jumper ring and competing upto the 1.40m level. We have three other stallions as well but Zeno (Quattro x Burggraaf) although has everything you are looking for probably has too much white and Tacorde (Concorde X Goodtimes) Definitely has too much!
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                      • #31
                        Originally posted by Gayle in Oregon View Post
                        Is he here in the USA now? I need fresh semen.
                        He's here in the US. He's been offered fresh for three years. Due to his success in sport we are offering frozen for 2013. It could change but I don't want to make any promises. For fresh we do have VEGAS, DAKOTA VDL, OBOURG, and HIDALGO. We also have Commando ES who may come stand for a Period of time.

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                        • #32
                          KWPN stallion Peppermill would also be a good bet.
                          We have a lovely filly by him this year with not one bit of white ( I like white).
                          She also has very very good movement and presence.
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                            #33
                            Sorry, I mixed him up with a black Gribaldi son...so glad to hear from you about your stallions.

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                              #34
                              I have looked up all the suggestions so far. Cant wait to see how the NA test turns out as there are a few solid colored boys in there. I guess 3 of them were allowed to jump the highest single jump...anyone know who they were?

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                              • #35
                                Originally posted by Gayle in Oregon View Post
                                I have looked up all the suggestions so far. Cant wait to see how the NA test turns out as there are a few solid colored boys in there. I guess 3 of them were allowed to jump the highest single jump...anyone know who they were?
                                Ne1's boy whose begins with a C and I'm spacing his name and is solid bay...... Amazing, who is quite blingy and I think the other was Bon Balou? (if so, also blingy)
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                                • #36
                                  You might want to look at Cubito: http://www.gkperformancehorses.com/c...orm&horse_id=2

                                  He was an historic purchase for the US, and people who've bred to him have been very happy with the results. Definitely a leggy jumper type.
                                  http://www.tunnelsendfarm.com

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                                  • #37
                                    Originally posted by Molly Malone View Post
                                    Ne1's boy whose begins with a C and I'm spacing his name and is solid bay
                                    Canterbury HPF

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                                    • #38
                                      I am a big fan of Risingstar's Valentino Z, as well as her very impressive young stallions.
                                      Another horse to have a look at is Capote, who is also available fresh.

                                      I also really admire Novalis.

                                      All dark, with minimal white (just the way I like them! )

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                                      • #39
                                        I like the Capone offspring I have seen.

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                                          #40
                                          Nice stallion, A Fine Romance.

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