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  • Come show off your sires!...

    I'd love to see pics of the sires of your horses - young, old, and to be born - both future and already on the ground. Ok, I'll start off...

    Here's the sire of my 4 year old TB filly, Delightfully Irish...

    Desert Secret

    She was my first and so far only home grown.
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    I'd love to see pics of the sires of your horses - young, old, and to be born - both future and already on the ground. Ok, I'll start off...

    Here's the sire of my 4 year old TB filly, Delightfully Irish...

    Desert Secret

    She was my first and so far only home grown.
    The Equine Wellness and Nutrition FB Group - Come join us!!
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/equinewellness/

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    • #3
      I have two future foals to Vivaldi due in 3 1/2 months -

      http://www.spindletopfarms.com/vivaldi.htm

      I have two Rubignon foals due in 4 months
      http://www.spindletopfarms.com/Rubingnon.htm


      If Ignorance is Bliss...then Im really happy!

      http://www.spindletopfarms.com
      Breeding Only Champion Bloodlines

      [This message was edited by STF on Jan. 09, 2004 at 10:50 PM.]
      www.spindletopfarm.net
      Home of Puerto D'Azur - 1998 NA 100 Day Test Champion
      "Charcter is much easier kept than recovered"

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      • #4
        I'll play.

        My gelding is by the stallion I used to own L'evation. L'evation is now a gelding and showing out in CO in the children's hunters. But he has left us with some great future hunters (my trainer owns two by him as well as his brothers).

        ~ hunt_jump ~
        http://home.cfl.rr.com/huntjump
        ~ hunt_jump ~

        http://home.cfl.rr.com/huntjump

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        • #5
          The sire of my now 5 month old colt is First Gotthard (sire of Fuerst Gotthard), he stands at Heritage FarmsHe is the result of my first breeding and I am thrilled with him-we have purchased 2 more doses of frozen to repeat the breeding. Here is my little guy:

          Kis Trotting at 2 months

          Inspection contact sheet 2.5 months

          with mom at 1 day
          http://www.pairofacesstables.com

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          • #6
            Those are some stunning stallions....! that is something I miss not having here in NZ is such a wide selection to chose from.You guys are soooo....lucky! Anyone want to freeze semen to our strict MAF criteria so I can ship it down here to breed to some of my mares ...pretty pleeease...?

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            • #7
              This is the sire of my 2 fillies and also another that I'm working with!

              http://www2.suite224.net/~mithra/gawan.htm

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              • #8
                This is Pigpen's...errrr...I mean Frodo's sire: Paramoure. (Pigpen is Frodo's new nickname as a result of having to do his stall myself to work off board.)

                Here is Mr. Pigpen hismself:
                Frodo getting scritches at four months
                Frodo at 1 day old...Oh he is so cute...

                ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                Amy
                Owned by:
                Cute as a Bugsear (Bugs) JC OTTTB (Isella x Annie Somebody)
                Pippen (Frodo) ATA Anglo Trakehner (Paramoure x Cute as a Bugsear)
                ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
                ~Amy~ TrakehNERD clique
                *Bugs 5/86-3/10 OTTB Mare* RIP lovely Lady, I miss you
                *Frodo '03 Anglo Trakehner Gelding*
                My Facebook

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                • #9
                  Amy,
                  Now I see were your Pigpin got his rearend from.....his sire is built like a train behind!!!


                  If Ignorance is Bliss...then Im really happy!

                  http://www.spindletopfarms.com
                  Breeding Only Champion Bloodlines
                  www.spindletopfarm.net
                  Home of Puerto D'Azur - 1998 NA 100 Day Test Champion
                  "Charcter is much easier kept than recovered"

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                  • #10
                    Okay... I'm just going to do the family thang.

                    Chevy is my May 6, 2003 colt by the Holsteiner stallion Lacoste. Michigan Sport Horse Breeding Farm You just need to click on Lacoste on the left part of the screen. If you click on Rantares... that is my mare's sire.

                    Brat boy is out of my own mare, Valboa's Mercedes who is by the Holsteiner stallion Rantares and out of a TB mare Chippewa Princess (she is listed on del mar for line info).
                    This is "Sassy" in June 2001 after having colic surgery in Feb. 2001. Stoney Ridge Show warmup Sass has shown thru 3rd level.

                    Besides the links below in my sig line... here's some more of Chevy.
                    5.5 months cantering
                    6.5 months and with ulcers
                    7.5 months on xmas morning
                    8 months with jolly ball

                    *Member of the bad shoulder clique* (open surgery was 1-6-03)
                    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~
                    Owned by LT Parfait 1985 Arab Mare, Valboa's Mercedes 1991 Holsteiner/TB cross, and L Chevlle 2003 Holsteiner colt.
                    Trying to be Superman at 4 months
                    Chevy weaned at 4.5 months
                    Boy with an attitude at 7 months & arab with no ears
                    Chev 7 month butt shot & Parfait
                    Chev 7.5 months, blurry, but acting studly
                    *bad shoulder clique * Member of "OMGiH, I loff my Mare" Clique! * Proud owner of a CANTER Cutie!
                    My Horses; COMH Page; My Blog

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                    • #11
                      Rockin' -- Boleem is frozen and qualified for NZ. Let me know and I'll send some your way. Plus he's a really good "freezer"!

                      Susan Doner, Little Bull Run Farm. Standing Boleem, Argosy and King's Camelot. www.littlebullrun.com
                      www.littlebullrun@aol.com See Little Bull Run's stallions at:
                      "Argosy" - YouTube and "Boleem" - YouTube
                      Boleem @ 1993 National Dressage Symposium - YouTube

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                      • #12
                        My coming two year old is by Pluto Gloria II-1

                        My 3 1/2 year old is by Benvolio

                        Dressager
                        You don't throw a whole life away just because its a little banged up - Tom Smith
                        You don't throw a whole life away just because its a little banged up - Tom Smith

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                        • #13
                          I'm expecting one Royal Z II and one Solos Landitinus both are at www.danishwarmblood.com
                          erica
                          Erica H. Max
                          Fire Hjorner Farm
                          Breeders and Importers of Danish Warmbloods

                          www.danishwarmblood.com

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                          • #14
                            <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Rockin':
                            Those are some stunning stallions....! that is something I miss not having here in NZ is such a wide selection to chose from.You guys are soooo....lucky! Anyone want to freeze semen to our strict MAF criteria so I can ship it down here to breed to some of my mares ...pretty pleeease...? <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>

                            We've frozen and shipped Capone to NZ before, and we plan to do both of our boys this year for ANZ. If you'd like to know more about the program, drop me a note.

                            Regards,

                            D. Spink

                            ++++++++++++++++++++++++
                            Hengststation Exitpoint
                            home of international showjumping Holsteiner stallions Capone I and Cantour
                            http://www.stallions.net
                            . . . specialists in integrative management of stallions for breeding and competition.

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                            • #15
                              The stallions that I have booked to can be viewed here -

                              Stallion Pictures / Pedigrees

                              Balta' Czar - two 2003 colts
                              Budweiser - 2000 colt ... GOV Site Champion / Premium / Stallion Candidate
                              Cacique - mare aborted twins - booked for 2004
                              Cathalido - 05/04 foal due
                              Cicero - 2000 filly ... ISR First Premium Filly / RPSI Premium mare
                              Coeur de Lion - 1998 filly (deceased)
                              Contagious - mare aborted filly
                              Lancaster - 2001 colt
                              Lemgo - 1997 filly and 2000 colt
                              Radjah Z - booked for 2004
                              Robinhood - 03/04 foal due
                              Royal Appearance - 2001 filly
                              Werigo - 05/04 foal due

                              Quantum Leap Farm

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                              • #16
                                I have my TB mare bred to Top Account at Metropolitan Farm. His picture can be seen at www.metropolitanstud.com.
                                Jodie LaForge
                                Spruce Hill Farm
                                http://www.sprucehillfarm.net
                                Spruce Hill Farm

                                Member/co-founder of the boot to the head clique. Got air?! Member of the Asthmatic Riders Clique.

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                                • #17
                                  How fun! I love looking at stallions : ) Is there a stallion-admiring clique or a pedigree junkie clique? If so, I should probably join LOL!

                                  Here's a link to my gelding's sire, Babar, SWB He has several pictures at the bottom of his page.

                                  And my gelding: Boomer

                                  STF- I love Rubignon! He is sooo nice!!

                                  [This message was edited by Elkene on Jan. 11, 2004 at 07:43 PM.]

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                                  • #18
                                    Freddie =)

                                    http://www.zyworld.com/americansaddlebred/fred2002a.JPG
                                    http://www.zyworld.com/americansaddl...gj2002trot.JPG

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                                    • #19
                                      Rockin' --
                                      Frozen semen from my international Grand Prix winner Condios (Coriano x Landgraf I) is available in NZ through our Australian agent International Horse Breeders. Email me if you'd like more information (tom@morningside-stud.com)
                                      Tom
                                      Morningside Stud
                                      http://www.morningside-stud.com
                                      http://twitter.com/MorningsideStud
                                      http://www.facebook.com/MorningsideStud

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                                      • #20
                                        Here is Raven's sire --

                                        http://www.jgappaloosas.com/

                                        I am not sure which page this will pull up off the site but the stallion is Wap's Reflection so if you click on stallion roster and then on Stallion Info next to his picture. They show him doing dressage, jumping and packing a child. He is athletic and sweet.

                                        Raven looks a lot like her Daddy only no spots. Seems she left them in her mom's uterus. I tried to send her back in after them but once she was out she wasn't going for it. In fact she hit the ground and was off figuring Mom would follow. Raven got Daddy's tush and athleticism but we need to work on the sweet part. She tends to be a bit of a big independent, pushy mare. I haven't figured out how to post her picture yet.

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