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  • Cielo B - BWP stallion

    Hey, does anyone know where the video is of him coming in 2nd in the 7/8 yr old jumpers in Gulfport went? I thought I saw it here and can't find it. He's a big chestnut horse with a man riding - made it look very easy.

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    Oooh, i love him!
    I have a baby by his 'brother' standing at the same farm, I cannot WAIT to see! weeee!!

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    • #3
      Love him too - he is definitely one to watch. I've had my eye on him for the last 2 years and hope to see him continue to move up. And I love seeing a standing stallion out & actively competing - get a chance to see him in action as well as in pretty pictures. Makes me want to get a mare just to have a Cielo baby.
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      • #4
        Agree that he is droolworthy enough to make me wish my gelding was a mare. It's really nice to see a stallion out doing the job he's supposed to be making foals to do (holy awkward sentence. Batman).

        I think his owner posts on here, but I can't for the life of me remember her alter.
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        • #5
          He is AWESOME! I just bought one of his 2007 babies and can't wait to get her under saddle! She may have been bred for jumpers but she is going to make one he!! of a Dressage horse!
          This filly is the most level headed young horse I have ever worked with. She is going over poles, tarps and thru water without even a question.

          I never thought I would love a red mare but I was wrong!

          Here she is:
          http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v5...HannaConfo.jpg
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          • #6
            Do you think the stimulus package includes a "sarapony gets a CieloB baby" provision?


            No? Why not! I neeeeeeeeeeeed one.

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            • #7
              I won a breeding to him for this year on the CANTER auction.

              I have a chestnut mare with high whites so the resultant foal should be mighty blingy!

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              • #8
                His owner posts as Rising Star Farm. He's a lovely boy all right, and since the BWP is a performance horse registry -- and they like to emphasize the performance part -- it is always great to see the young stallions out there performing and doing what they were bred to do.
                "I don't want to sound like a broken record here, but why is it that a woman will forgive homicidal behavior in a horse, yet be highly critical of a man for leaving the toilet seat up?" Dave Barry

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                • #9
                  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtDTB...e=channel_page

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                  • #10
                    I love Cielo B! He is a very athletic boy and has done very well moving up the levels. His owner Ronda is super to deal with and offers a great deal to breeders. I would suggest contacting her to get more video and pics.

                    www.risingstarfarm.net


                    Cielo in my opinion is waaaayyy underused at this point. I think his babies will be making quite an impression as they get older.

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                    • #11
                      I'm glad I'm not the only one who dreams they had a mare just so I could breed to Cielo B! Someday...

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                      • #12
                        Wow! - thanks for all of the kind words and the posting of Cielo B's most recent video.

                        Cielo B has been such a joy to own. I'm excited about what he and his rider, Rick Harris (at Hunter's Bluff Farm) are doing in the jumper ring! I'm also delighted that Cielo and Rick have done well in the Young Jumpers - a wonderful development program!

                        Cielo's foals are starting under saddle....Fresia should make her debut in the hunter ring this year, Galaxy should start in dressage and then move to the jumper ring (http://www.freewebs.com/dayspringfarm/apps/blog/), there are several other "G" babies that should be in the ring as well this year. The "H" group has been VERY exciting. One foal was sold to a jumper barn - another was sold to Canada (to Dilli - and I LOVE the updates and videos).

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                        • #13
                          Oh my word he makes that look so easy! What a great video, and such a gorgeous boy. He's definitely on my short list for when Visa gets bred again

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                          • #14
                            He looks GREAT Ronda. Glad I go to see that new video. It's great to see these young stallions moving up the levels and doing well. Go Cielo B!
                            Destiny is not a matter of chance, it is a matter of choice; it is not a thing to be waited for, it is a thing to be achieved. - William Jennings Bryan

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                            • #15
                              Congratulations Ronda !!
                              Cielo B and Rick look fantastic. Cielo B actually looks like his dad when he was jumping .
                              Simsalabim , Montana and Bannockburn Farm are feeling really proud.
                              Allyn McCracken
                              Sport Horse Breeder
                              www.bannockburnfarmllc.com

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                              • #16
                                Rising Star Farm

                                He is a very nice horse with tremendous scope and ability. The filly Friesa caught my eye a couple of years ago. In fact, that's what made me check out Rising Star Farm. It is a prime example of a great program right here in the USA.

                                Congrats Rhonda!
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                                • #17
                                  New found, I think not. I really liked the stallion first time I met him. I bred Fresia and wish I had been in a position at the time to keep her and show her myself. LOVELY filly. Super scopey, easy to work with and movement that would have been noticed anywhere.

                                  I too am glad to see that he is out making his way. More excited to see him actually have to work over the jumps someday. He's on the short list for one of my TB mares this year. Problem is Rising Star's choice of stallions is making it a hard decision.
                                  Trinity Hill Farm

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                                  • #18
                                    I am tickled pink with my newly acquired Cielo B filly, Galaxy. She is coming three in May, and absolutely wonderful to deal with. Cielo is wonderful in person, and very gentlemanly. One thing I have noticed about his offspring is that you can tell who their daddy is, and that he gives them his calm attitude. I can't wait to have the opportunity to have another Cielo B baby in the future!

                                    PS - I now have a picture of Galaxy's first time with a saddle posted on my blog
                                    ~ Kimberlee
                                    www.SpunkyDiva.com

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                                    • #19
                                      Galaxy looks great Kimberlee! I can't wait to see pictures of YOU in the saddle on Galaxy!

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                                      • #20
                                        It is very true about his personality on the ground. I know Rick Harris (the trainer who rides Cielo) and I have done the body clipping on Cielo numerous times. He is always very easy to handle and the most un-stud like around the barn.
                                        Rhonda, one day when I find a mare, I will be calling you for a little Cielo clone!

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