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  • #41
    my one and only MSB Hanoverian mare, Miss Marple, is in foal to Sire Caletto:
    Trying to pick a dad for either this year (not sure whether to breed her right back) or wait till 2005.

    "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result"
    Albert Einstein


    • #42
      Ok....Here are my Boys.
      Chocklate Confetti and our yougster
      Butterwap Confetti.

      Confetti Farms
      Home of Chocklate Confetti and
      Butterwap Confetti
      Breeders of Quality Appaloosa and Colored Warmblood Sport Horses
      Confetti Farms
      Standing Chocklate Confetti and
      Butterwap Confetti
      Breeders of Quality Appaloosa Sporthorses


      • #43
        My friend is always so shy about promoting her wonderful imported Hanoverian stallion, Widmark. But he really stamps his offspring in terms of movement, conformation, friendliness and rideability. I have another foal coming this spring. See their web site and you'll see what I mean: www.oakwoodhanoverian.com
        "Dreams are the touchstone of our characters." Henry David Thoreau
        Touchstone Farm


        • #44
          We bred our mare Miz Yenko back to Ironman because we liked last years foal so much, this years will be due in June.

          Home of the Oldenburg Stallion Ironman
          Home of Ironman: GOV, BWP, RPSI, CSHA, AWR, ISR Oldenburg, CWHBA, CSHA, CS, and PHR.


          • #45
            Hard to be a low tech person in a high tech world, attachment did not work, back to the drawing board

            Home of the Oldenburg Stallion Ironman
            Home of Ironman: GOV, BWP, RPSI, CSHA, AWR, ISR Oldenburg, CWHBA, CSHA, CS, and PHR.


            • #46
              I have a third Special Memories foal coming this spring (http://www.touchstonevalleyfarm.com)

              and hope to get my abdullah mare settled to Noble Champion this spring (I was disappointed in that she came up empty....) www.noblechampion.com


              • #47
                You can see photos and read about the sires of all the horses we own or have bred on our web site at http://www.sonestafarms.com/ancestors.htm

                Sonesta Farms - breeding Hanoverian, Knabstrupper and Arabian sport horses.<BR>
                "Find something you love & call it work."
                Visit Sonesta Farms website at www.sonestafarms.com or our FaceBook page at www.facebook.com/sonestafarms. Also showing & breeding Cavalier King Charles Spaniels.


                • #48
                  I am getting another one of Corlando's babies this year (I have a 2 year old already) and breeding back to him with a leased mare... My TB mare is in foal to Down The Aisle and will be bred back if I like the foal enough...

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

                  Stoneybrooke Farm
                  Not all who wander are lost.


                  • #49
                    My Boys... Wilhelm Tell II and Maxamillion (follow the link below)

                    I have 2 mares of my own expecting this year:
                    Trakehner mare bred to Wilhelm Tell II due July

                    Arab mare bred to Maxamillion due April

                    Of course, then I have my customer's mares due from both boys as well. I am as eagerly awaiting their foal as much as my own!!

                    Standing at Stud: "Maxamillion" and "Wilhelm Tell II"
                    Quality webstite Design at an affordable price: www.goldenventurefarm.com/GVG.htm


                    • #50
                      I am getting a Sandro Hit http://www.horse-flirt.de/video/mov1354.m1v
                      and a Wolkentanz http://www.horse-flirt.de/video/mov841.m1v


                      I am not responsible for spelling misstacks - just my PC

                      I am not responsible for spelling misstacks - just my PC
                      2017: March: Filly by Lissaro - SPS Don Frederico - SPS Prince Thatch
                      May: Finnigan - Sandro Hit - SPS Rouletto


                      • #51
                        Here is a picture of Groms an Imported Russian Latvian Stallion that I owned and stood before he passed away.......and from him I had many successful youngsters, in all disciplines, hunter, jumper and dressage.
                        Attached Files


                        • #52
                          Here is a picture of his son GromKiev, an approved and licensed RPSI Class 1 Stallion , out of my stunning Trakehner mare Isella. He is making his way through the levels in Dressage as part of his performance requirements. Currently at 5yrs old, he will be showing next spring at Thrird level....Wish us Luck !!!
                          Attached Files


                          • #53
                            I have one in foal to Remarkable. Due 5/15. Only 4 more months to go!


                            Predjudice is a poor substitute for thought.


                            • #54
                              Here is another sucessful offspring by Groms, competing 3'6" Hunters out of a TB mare, his name is GammaTye, or for short Tye.
                              Attached Files


                              • #55
                                Stillpoint...I saw Groms after I had bred, he was beautiful. I can't wait to see what Gromkiev does.

                                My Sophie's father is a TB, Osiris, you can see both Soph and Ozzy at www.shanyn.org/Osiris.html I think there is about 1 picture on that page that actually does him justice, however, we are amateur photographers, and make no claims otherwise. To see my Soph, just click on Sweet Sophistication on the sidebar.

                                My sister's Roxy is by Jose, a Thoroshire, out of a Hanoverian mare. www.oneofakindhorse.com/Josepage.htm I love him as well.

                                As for the future, who knows what the stallion shed will hold. What a bunch of beautiful studs floating around this board though...


                                • #56
                                  Well all of mine are listed on the stallion page and the white TB page on my web site.

                                  There are no answers, only the search.
                                  Home to the stallions Zillionair, Issue of Gold, Gold Card, and Pure White Gold.
                                  Realtor RE/MAX Renaissance, Million Dollar Club


                                  • #57
                                    Gitta would never forgive me if I didn't include her, she sees herself as a covergirl. She is also by Groms and out of a beautiful Trakehner mare that I own who is half sister to Kiev's dam, Isella, both mares are by the Trakehner Stallion Fabius, whom I really like........
                                    Gitta started her under saddle career late but here is a photo of her first month in boot camp, being a wonderful filly. She will debut this spring in the Dressage ring doing the Materiale classes and then go up the levels and be my competition horse.
                                    Attached Files


                                    • #58
                                      We have two foals coming. See sires at http://www.meadowviewfarm.com/stallions.htm

                                      EUROPE ~ 17+ chestnut sabino Hanoverian by espri ~ due early March 04
                                      GATSBY ~ 17+ black Oldenburg by Gonzo I ~ due early May 04

                                      Anxiously waiting

                                      Palomino & Creme Colored Warmblood X Sport Horses
                                      www.ChampsGuthrie.com - Brown Silver Dapple AQHA & NFQHA stallion
                                      www.SilverSportHorses.com - Quality Silver Warmblood X Sport Horses


                                      • #59
                                        I have two mares in foal to the 17.2 hand TB stallion we are standing at my farm this year, Rosillo Grande. Both mares are retired A circuit hunters and over 16.3 hands themselves, so we are very anxiously awaiting the foals!

                                        we've been having website issues, but by the end of the day it should be working again.



                                        • #60
                                          the sires of my 2002 and 2003 can be seen at this sitewww.mjfarm.com both are very nice young stallions