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  • Fun thread- Which racehorse stallion for a sport horse?

    I like this boy:

    http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/ireland/montjeu/

    He just screams eventer to me I like his overall balance, great shoulder/neck, nice engine. His pasterns are a little long maybe, but overall, he looks athletic and balanced.
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    Just looking at the Coolmore studs so far I like One Cool Cat

    http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/ireland/one_cool_cat/

    Grand Slam also looks nice
    http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/america/grand_slam/

    I also like Van Nistelrooy (dont even wanna guess at how to pronounce that lmao)
    http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/am...an_nistelrooy/
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    • #3
      UNBRIDELD SONG without a doubt at Taylor Made !!!
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      • #4
        Originally posted by RiddleMeThis View Post
        Just looking at the Coolmore studs so far I like One Cool Cat

        http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/ireland/one_cool_cat/

        Grand Slam also looks nice
        http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/america/grand_slam/

        I also like Van Nistelrooy (dont even wanna guess at how to pronounce that lmao)
        http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/am...an_nistelrooy/

        No Storm Cat's.... they can be very very challenging to say the least
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Andrew View Post
          No Storm Cat's.... they can be very very challenging to say the least
          No storm cats for you or for me? Personally Ive liked the challenge of th Storm Cats that I have ridden.
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            #6
            Originally posted by RiddleMeThis View Post
            Just looking at the Coolmore studs so far I like One Cool Cat

            http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/ireland/one_cool_cat/

            Grand Slam also looks nice
            http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/america/grand_slam/

            I also like Van Nistelrooy (dont even wanna guess at how to pronounce that lmao)
            http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/am...an_nistelrooy/
            The last one is pronounced Van Niselroy I think. Nice selection!
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            • #7
              My fantasy sporthorse sire is Rock Hard Ten (who names these horses?!?). He is huge, with great bone and big feet and built up hill. The little video on the Thoroughbred Record stallion site is impressive.

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              • #8
                Oscar is one of my favourites: http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/national_hunt/oscar/

                But I'll always be partial to Galileo:
                http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/ireland/galileo/

                With Approval was my favourite in North America prior to being sold to England:
                http://www.lanwades.com/l_stallions/...d_pedigree.asp

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                  I like him too:

                  http://www.lanwades.com/l_stallions/...racerecord.asp
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                  • #10
                    Dynaformer, except for his ugly personality. Perhaps he's mellowed since retirement....

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                    • #11
                      So, when we come to breed our TB sporthorse, or look for a TB stud to add class to our mare (!) we come to COTH, sort through all the innumerable threads, pick all fertile minds of knowledgeable COTHer's and go slightly mad. What a tangled web we weave. We NEED that data base, based on the European formula with all the traits examined so we can match our ladies to their beaus.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by grayarabpony View Post
                        Dynaformer, except for his ugly personality. Perhaps he's mellowed since retirement....
                        Uh, he's actually quite famous for the fact that he's an absolute prick to handle, and bearing in mind he's 23 this year he's had a lot of years of retirement to reform if he was going to.

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                        • #13
                          Too bad. Judging from how he handled his rehab Barbaro had a good personality though -- must have gotten it from his mom.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Foxtrot's View Post
                            So, when we come to breed our TB sporthorse, or look for a TB stud to add class to our mare (!) we come to COTH, sort through all the innumerable threads, pick all fertile minds of knowledgeable COTHer's and go slightly mad. What a tangled web we weave. We NEED that data base, based on the European formula with all the traits examined so we can match our ladies to their beaus.
                            Boy isn't that they truth! Maybe more than slightly mad.

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                            • #15
                              Anyone else like Giant's Causeway? I like his outline.

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                              • #16
                                Ours... although his first foals have just arrived this year.

                                His pedigree: http://www.pedigreequery.com/artrageous
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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by RiddleMeThis View Post
                                  I also like Van Nistelrooy (dont even wanna guess at how to pronounce that lmao)
                                  http://www.coolmore.com/stallions/am...an_nistelrooy/
                                  He's named for a famous Dutch soccer player Pronounced Van Nis-tel-roy.

                                  Lots of fun stallion videos to watch here http://www.thoroughbredtimes.com/stallion-directory/default.aspx
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                                    #18
                                    Originally posted by foxhavenfarm View Post
                                    Ours... although his first foals have just arrived this year.

                                    His pedigree: http://www.pedigreequery.com/artrageous
                                    He is lovely! Good luck with him!

                                    (And if he goes missing, don't look in my barn. I won't have him, honest. )
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                                    • #19
                                      HAWK WING from Coolmore. He is just perfect and I've seen him in person. I don't think his lines suggest jumping, but he is amazing. And you can lump High Chaparral in with him. I'm too tired to do link, but www.coolmore.com will get you there. I have a High Chap baby due next year and I hope he/she gets Daddy's will to run!

                                      Oh and definitely not One Cool Cat. I've seen him to and he's a good enough stamp for a TB, but really not what you are looking for if breeding sporthorses but that's just my opinion.

                                      Terri
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                                      • #20
                                        Curious what dont you like about him?
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