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Redwine and Aloha in Ontario, Canada

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  • #21
    Did he buy them, or is he just managing them for her?

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    • #22
      Originally posted by saje View Post
      Did he buy them, or is he just managing them for her?
      the million dollar question?

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      • #23
        Originally posted by saje View Post
        Did he buy them, or is he just managing them for her?
        Ya know. At this point, who cares? They are in the hands of someone who will handle them responsibly and take care of the mare owners.
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        • #24
          But wasn't that the big question when people began skewering RSF on this very board for trying to purchase a horse PRIOR to the seizure?

          All kinds of innuendo and she must be doing the dirty for JILL!!!!11!!!!!! She is giving her MONEY!!!!!
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          • #25
            Paul Morgan and Darlene Tierney are fabulous to work with. I bred my mare to one of their stallions several years ago, and they are consummate professionals. They used to have a large frozen semen import business as well. In addition they have an excellent mare band, so I'm sure we'll see some very nice offspring available. This is excellent news for the stallions, and for the breeding public.

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            • #26
              Originally posted by Sonesta View Post
              Ya know. At this point, who cares? They are in the hands of someone who will handle them responsibly and take care of the mare owners.
              Ohhhhhhh.... given the last thread, I'd say people on this board feel entitled to know every little last thing, wouldn't you? I'm sure our investigative journalists will be sure to find out the exact details though and whether JB is getting a cut.

              Anyway, glad that is sounds like the stallions wound up in a good place. Hopefully the same can happen for RS.
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              • #27
                Jee... Glad to hear that these two are now in experienced hands far away from her owner. The rest - who cares ?! The other thread started about the animals and it is about the animals in the end - always...
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                • #28
                  Hoping they were purchased... would suck if she manages to move everyone and get around this investigation and then can get them back. But it makes sense... shocked she would sell Redwine, or Aloha since the success of Arbor Day. At least they have a clean warm stall, good food, and hopefully blankets and turnout as well... so I am happy for their sake.

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by nycjumper View Post
                    Ohhhhhhh.... given the last thread, I'd say people on this board feel entitled to know every little last thing, wouldn't you? I'm sure our investigative journalists will be sure to find out the exact details though and whether JB is getting a cut.

                    Anyway, glad that is sounds like the stallions wound up in a good place. Hopefully the same can happen for RS.
                    An official Press Release will be made by the new management team in the near future. I'm sure they will release any info that they want made public.

                    As a side note. I did see Red Wine in person today.

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                    • #30
                      Good news!
                      Hope the rest will find a good place to live as well.

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                      • #31
                        That's wonderful news for the horses and for the folks who have offspring from these stallions.
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                        • #32
                          Originally posted by Spectrum View Post
                          Paul Morgan and Darlene Tierney are fabulous to work with. I bred my mare to one of their stallions several years ago, and they are consummate professionals. They used to have a large frozen semen import business as well. In addition they have an excellent mare band, so I'm sure we'll see some very nice offspring available. This is excellent news for the stallions, and for the breeding public.
                          Totally agree. They also took some of my students on Co-op and treated them amazingly well. I have nothing but good things to say. And now I'm wishing I could breed my mare-she is so not breeding quality but it's tempting.
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                          • #33
                            Originally posted by TheBandit View Post
                            As a side note. I did see Red Wine in person today.
                            I'm hoping to tour up that way and see him too. How did he look?
                            "Those who know the least often know it the loudest."

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                            • #34
                              I will be interested in hearing whether or not the lien on Aloha has settled. Will be nice for Showjumper66 to finally get paid.
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                              • #35
                                Oh !!! How nice this is to see those two stallions finaly in reputable hands in Canada.


                                AND I'm glad to see that nobody is crucifying the buyer. He did good.


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                                • #36
                                  Originally posted by Sonesta View Post
                                  Ya know. At this point, who cares? They are in the hands of someone who will handle them responsibly and take care of the mare owners.
                                  Very excited to hear this news, however I do care if they were sold or being managed. If in being "managed" means that JB has a continual source of income to keep breeding mares and leaving them or potential clients in precarious situations. If it was a flat out sale then most likely she would take that money to buy a house since she has til 3/1 to get her stuff off the property.

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                                  • #37
                                    Ashaland looks like a nice place! They mention the "K" babies as being theirs - are they the breeders of Popeye K et. al. or the ones who raised him?

                                    It is going to be a wee bit chilly for A and R

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                                    • #38
                                      Originally posted by Janeway View Post
                                      Ashaland looks like a nice place! They mention the "K" babies as being theirs - are they the breeders of Popeye K et. al. or the ones who raised him?

                                      It is going to be a wee bit chilly for A and R
                                      They bred and raised Popeye K - or I should say that they and Peter Karneff (the reason for all those K's ).
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                                      • #39
                                        Originally posted by mikali View Post
                                        They bred and raised Popeye K - or I should say that they and Peter Karneff (the reason for all those K's ).
                                        It was mentioned to me this AM that Aloha and Red Wine will each be bred to a full sibling of Popeye K.

                                        Red Wine looked really, really good this morning.

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                                        • #40
                                          Originally posted by saje View Post
                                          Did he buy them, or is he just managing them for her?
                                          Originally posted by Jos View Post
                                          I spoke with Paul Morgan - the owner of Ashland Farm - yesterday and he told me that he had purchased the stallions in January, although they had only arrived in Ontario a couple of days ago, having travelled via Kentucky where they were laid over.

                                          Paul has said that he will honour all outstanding breeding contracts on the horses from last year and anyone with any outstanding contract (from any year) should contact him. Contact information is available on their website.
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