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  • #21
    This is the sire of my TB mare In Case
    And this will be the sire of her baby O'Leary's Irish Diamond
    It will be very interesting to see what pops out of her in 2005!!! Can't wait

    "Her life was okay. Sometimes she wished she were sleeping with the right man instead of with her dog, but she never felt she was sleeping with the wrong dog." Judith Callas
    Celtic Pride Farm
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    • #22
      Mine can be seen here www.levremont.com
      this will be his first year standing at stud. I have got to say he has the most wonderful mind and gaits to die for. I am looking forward to his first foal due in May.

      visit us at www.levremont.com
      visit us at www.levremont.com


      • #23
        Here is a link to my boy, 'King's Royal Son'

        In case you couldn't figure it out, he's a purebred American Saddlebred (gasp!) ;-)

        Here's a link to his 'golden' son...'Beau Soleil'



        • #24
          My TB stallion, sire of my 4 yo TB filly and 19 mo ISH filly:


          My husband's APHA stallion, sire of the impending March '04 ISH foal:


          (sort of standing funny but I like the way his topline looks here).

          Third Charm Event Team


          • #25
            The sire of my Anglo-Arab (DarrinStephens.) Deputed Duke
            “If you are irritated by every rub, how will your mirror be polished?”
            ? Rumi


            • #26
              Here is the sire of my '03 filly. I'm anticipating a full sibling to my current filly late May. My filly, Sindarin, can be seen in the photos at the bottom of the page.

              Daydream Farm
              Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Goethe


              • #27
                Oops! Might help to mention who he is. Hennessey is an ATA approved stallion and sire of Zarr.
                Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it. Goethe


                • #28
                  My mare's sire (Celebes) can be seen in my signature link.. I also have a BEAUTIFUL photo of him here, but not on the computer... it's a great hunter o/f shot that I got from Angela Hodgson.. Asolutley wonderful photo! I loff him!

                  Holsteiner Clique!!
                  Holsteiner Clique!!


                  • #29
                    Our sires are on the website link below, along with photos of their 03 Spring season foals.

                    This boy (Sport pony) - pic attached stands in the US via frozen to limited mares.
                    He is brown, 5yo and stands 13 hands. Foals have been outstanding individuals with wonderful temperaments for children!

                    Ascot Stud - Welsh & Riding Ponies
                    Home of the Riding Pony Stallions:
                    Ascot Classic Silk (A.I) (also American Sport Pony)
                    Ascot Royal Tribute (A.I)
                    Gaylord Of Ascot
                    Ascot Stud
                    Attached Files
                    Ascot Stud Australia - Welsh & Riding Ponies
                    "Where breeding for success means everything"
                    Ascot Stud


                    • #30
                      You can see pictures--jumping (hunter) conformation and dressage in the webshots site below.Press the Dancing Lite albumn

                      He is Diamant by Dimitrj by Dynamo-- Champion Hunter and Dressage horse.

                      Hey E. T. try to find this one!!



                      • #31
                        Sire of Millenium (5yo), My Broadway RF (3yo), Margaret RF (1yo), (all Premium foals, can be seen on my website) is Mannhattan* seen at www.MannuscriptFarm.com.
                        Sires of 04 sport pony foals are:
                        *Telynau Braveheart (www.RainbowFarm.com/braveheart.html) and
                        *Telynau Falcon (www.RainbowFarm.com/falcon.html

                        Thinking spring!!

                        Premium Oldenburg Sport Horses
                        First Premium Sport Ponies
                        Barb Young
                        equine photography in western CO USA


                        • #32
                          Oh wow. Well, let's see. I have bred to:

                          Le Champion
                          Royal Diamond

                          I feel like I'm forgetting some but this is a start.

                          Various photos on my website:


                          Any connection between your reality and mine is purely coincidental. | MBG SSA! - online now!
                          Hopeful Farm Sport Horses
                          Midwest Breeders Group
                          Follow me on Twitter
                          Join me on Facebook


                          • #33
                            Impressive list, HFSH!

                            Quantum Leap Farm


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                              • #35
                                I've bred to my stallion Navarone you can see on my web page www.majesticgaits.com and the VDL stallions, Indoctro, Flemmingh, Farrington and more are on the frozen semen link on our web pages.


                                Majestic Gaits - Dutch Warmbloods, Standing Approved KWPN stallion Navarone
                                Majestic Gaits-Dutch Warmbloods,#1 USEF Dressage Sporthorse Breeder. #1 KWPN-NA Jumpers.Standing Navarone,Schroeder,Dante MG.VDL Frozen.


                                • #36
                                  <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by artisticgold:
                                  Here is a link to my boy, 'King's Royal Son'

                                  In case you couldn't figure it out, he's a purebred American Saddlebred (gasp!) ;-)

                                  I have a pally Saddlebred too. Small world =)


                                  • #37
                                    He's not mine but I get to see him on a daily basis because he's in my mare's barn...

                                    This is Nancy Maloney's stallion Ironman. Webshots of Ironman and adult offspring

                                    Two of Ironman's 2003 babies

                                    I'm a virgin breeder now, but this is Ironman's future "date"


                                    • #38
                                      We've got 2 mares in foal to Radjah Z (Ramiro-Alme) and one in foal to Ariadus, and one in foal to Linaro. All stallions are on our website.

                                      Hidden Hill Farm

                                      However, I've got two new hunter sires that I just love....

                                      I've posted a thread about them on the HJ board complete with pics.

                                      One is a gorgeous TB stallion by Bold Ruckus.
                                      The other is Rastar and Oldenburg stallion.
                                      Attached Files


                                      • #39
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                                        • #40
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