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  • Hunter stallions

    Who do you think are the best hunter stallions? I like Domino, Alla'czar and the big chestnut with chrome that jumps incredibly and most of his babies do, too. I can't remember his name though

    Dana
    Dulcinae

    Fox Ridge Farm
    Dana
    Dulcinae
    You can tell a gelding, ask a stallion, but you must discuss it with a mare.

    Fox Ridge Farm
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    Who do you think are the best hunter stallions? I like Domino, Alla'czar and the big chestnut with chrome that jumps incredibly and most of his babies do, too. I can't remember his name though

    Dana
    Dulcinae

    Fox Ridge Farm
    Dana
    Dulcinae
    You can tell a gelding, ask a stallion, but you must discuss it with a mare.

    Fox Ridge Farm

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    • #3
      Absolut'
      Absolut'
      Absolut'

      The other horse you are thinking of is Viscount...

      I also like him and Alla Czar.

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      • #4
        Soxy, Look into the 'R' line GOV Oldenburgs! Up your way in New England is the wonderful Rohdiamant son, Rodioso - scopey, lovely form and excellent mover. We have an '03 filly by him who is outstanding!
        \"... one of those who knows that life is just a leap of faith; spread your arms, hold your breath and always trust your cape.\" ~s&g clark~

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        • #5
          Popeye K is definitely the "up and coming" hunter stallion.

          He is only 6 or 7, but is already producing tons of typey foals and is competing well under a student of Tommy Serio's.

          I understand his foals are getting snapped up left and right!

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          • #6
            DEFITENTLY popeye K....excellent colour, movement, style and height

            http://www.geocities.com/simply_stre...Evergreen.html
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            • #7
              My top three would have to be:
              Alla' Czar
              Viscount
              Popeye K

              I also really like all of the Silverwood Farm stallions and have seen some LOVELY, gorgeous, flashy hunters by them.

              I told my mom that my dream is to one day have an Alla' Czar baby and a baby by either Hall Of Fame or State Of The Art....hey..I can dream, can't I?

              Lindz & Endeavor

              "And my good dreams? They all come with a velvet muzzle and four legs. All my good dreams are about horses.--In Colt Blood
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              • #8

                Me too Tattered Daydreamer, now I have my own, and a weanling of a customers, 2 yearlings,
                and one more coming. that makes 5 Alla Czars in the barn LOL! One can NEVER have too many ALLA CZARS can they? LOL

                Notice extremely high price on my ALLA CZAR yearling? Wouldn't bother me in the least if I kept her. Never had a kinder horse!

                Owner/Trainer of http://www.geocities.com/plumstedequestrianctr/
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                • #9
                  I like Jupiter as a hunter stallion... his owner is on this board somewhere.. I think he has an incredible jump, plus he is so pretty!!!

                  Also.. I heard a runour that popeye K was gelding almost 2 weeks ago now.. anyone heard about that?? I only heard because 2 ladies at my barn wanted to breed to him (although they couldn't this season anyways..) and they told me that he was gelded and everyone is so upset.. Maybe cause almost everyone with a mare at our barn wants to breed to popeye...

                  Gotta love mares!

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                  • #10
                    That's awesome MsHunter! You lucky thing you! Watch out, I might make the trip from PA to NJ and steal one or two of those Alla Czar babies! Someday I'll have my Alla Czar baby, even if I have to buy a really young one to be able to afford it. That would be my dream horse, they're all soooo gorgeous! That's sad news about Popeye K if it is indeed true, he's so gorgeous and so are his babies, it would be a shame if he was no longer available.

                    Edited to say: Your Alla Czar filly is GORGEOUS MsHunter, I can see why you want so much for her!

                    Lindz and Endeavor

                    "And my good dreams? They all come with a velvet muzzle and four legs. All my good dreams are about horses.--In Colt Blood
                    "And my good dreams? They all come with a velvet muzzle and four legs. All my good dreams are about horses."--In Colt Blood

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                    • #11
                      what about All The Gold?

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                      • #12
                        Gee, when I watched Popeye K hack around in the Green Conf hack yesterday (which he got 3rd in) here in KY, he sure did look like he still had all his parts! And I sincerely doubt they would be showing him if they had just gelded him...

                        He was Green Conformation Champion by the way.

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                        ...such are the horses on which gods and heros ride.

                        Stoneybrooke Farm
                        Not all who wander are lost.

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                        • #13
                          Don't forget Just the Best. He has some stunning babies doing well in hunters and hunter breeding.


                          Lawny

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                          • #14

                            Hey Kinsella, I know you must have taken photos!
                            Can you share them? I'd love to see pics of Popeye K, I have only heard wonderful things!

                            Celebrity, Jupiter and Alla Czar share the same sire in Zeus. Just some trivia!

                            Thanks Tatterdaydreamer for the compliment of my filly.. She is a late foal and VERY immature, will LOOK better as a 2 yr old but hopefully will keep her movement and her appearance.

                            All the other Alla Czars belong to someone else. Another one Amaczing was sold and leaves next weekend

                            Owner/Trainer of http://www.geocities.com/plumstedequestrianctr/
                            Owner/Trainer of http://www.plumstedequestrianctr.com

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                            • #15
                              I just bred my mare to Sir Caletto, a gorgeous hunter stallion in CA (elite Hanoverian): incredible jump and the calmest sweetest temperment around. He is new to the US so time will tell. I saw him showing in CA and just was floored. and he is grey........

                              From Mudsville, USA

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                              • #16
                                I have a Popeye K filly...but we're hoping she goes dressage!

                                Pyper-1 day old
                                Pyper-1month
                                Pyper-2 months

                                Temperament...movement...looks...we couldn't have packaged a better baby! At three months (not quite actually) she's almost as tall as a Rasputin yearling.....

                                And....Popeye is stillwhole. Heard this directly from his breeders.

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                                • #17
                                  MsHunter,
                                  Popeye's website is www.warmblood.com. They have a few nice pics of him there.

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                                  • #18
                                    Or you can look at these

                                    (you know I am always happy to post photos!)

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                                    • #19
                                      another one...

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                                      ...such are the horses on which gods and heros ride.

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                                      • #20
                                        I don't have the photos from the hack developed yet. The ones I posted were from this spring (in the mud!)...

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                                        Stoneybrooke Farm
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