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  • Two TB Broodmares available in KY

    Available for free to right home...

    *EDITED* Both of our mares have found great homes. Thanks!
    Last edited by hhfarm; Nov. 30, 2011, 01:10 PM. Reason: Sold!

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    • Free Lease- PROVEN producer!

      I am offering my awesome producing Cabalito mare, Censation WH (Cabalito/Toy Parade xx) for free lease to a breeding home. She is a 2002, Chestnut, 16h, beautiful conf. and mover. She has had 5 FANTASTIC foals for me- several pony crosses (all who will stay ponies) and 2 full Oldenburgs (who will finish 16.2). This years filly by Edelweiss du Bonce is to die for and I really hope I can keep her. Her foals all have the most amazing temperaments- they are extremely people oriented- love attention and to work. Produces beautiful hunter types when crossed with a variety of stallions. EASY breeder, foaler, great mother. She is open this year. She is a total gem only available because I am downsizing this year due to the terrible drought here in TX.

      Pictures of her and her offspring on my website.

      www.whitehedgefarm.com
      http://www.whitehedgefarm.com
      https://www.facebook.com/whitehedge.farm
      Cabalito https://www.facebook.com/CabalitoStallion
      Telynau Falcon (Section A Welsh stallion)

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      • WANTED: Colored warmblood mare

        Preferably homozygous for tobiano but doesn't have to be. Must be a warmblood. Please message me if you may have what I am looking for! Located in GA/FL.

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        • I have two really lovely mares available, would prefer they stay on my farm and leasee covers expenses--I'm happy to handle vet appts., take mares to any inspections, etc. etc. but open to possibilities.

          Bolivia, 1996 16.2h Hanoverian mare by Bordeaux (B and G lines) out of a TB mare. Bolivia competed through Intermediate level eventing; her full brother won at DaD. She has excellent conformation and exceptional gaits. 2011 filly (her first) is ridiculously fancy. Caught on first shipment, open for 2012 because we bred really late in 2010.

          Vanity Fair (JC reg. Casey's Revenge), 1995 15.3h TB mare. Competed through Intermediate level eventing; her first foal, Vanity's Revenge, is competing at Preliminary and multiple 4* riders have told me she will go Advanced. Second foal is a yearling and scored an 88 at her last FEH competition. Gave her a year off and she is currently in-foal for May 2012; historically catches on first cycle live or shipped.

          Jennifer
          Third Charm Event Team

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          • TB mare for lease

            Considering leasing out my TB mare as a broodmare while I am overseas. She is a maiden mare, 12 y/o. 1/2 sister to Fernwalk (Hunter) and Mt. Magazine (Adv eventer, retired). I will be overseas on Deployment and she will be sitting around doing nothing.

            http://www.pedigreequery.com/ms+era


            PICS and videos below.

            http://s843.photobucket.com/albums/z...tsyanne001516/

            Please PM me with any other questions.
            Betsy

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            • Looking for a couple of small pony mares.....

              to breed to my newly approved Homozygous Black and Tobiano Oldenburg N.A. stallion. Must be registered or approvable through Oldenburg N.A. Preferably 13.2 or smaller. Welsh Section A/B, New Forest, British/German Riding Pony, etc. Must be good movers. Experienced, successful breeder would provide mares with the best of care. Located in Florida, 20 miles from Ocala. Will travel a reasonable distance to pick up the right mare. Please PM me with any questions or information. Thanks!

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              • Originally posted by ShannonD View Post

                1994 KWPN registered mare "Myriah Mist," 16.1h dark brown & homozygous black. By a Dutch son of Alme' out of a neat TB mare who was on The Oaks broodie string for years. This TB mare has a number of offspring by Oaks stallions (Challenger, Lennox and Champagne) who are at 1.20m+ with ammies, including one by Challenger who did his first Grand Prix this year. Same TB family as Laudanum, Kris S and the stallion Mansingh who sired the Holst approved stallion Langata Express.
                This mare has been leased and joined Aberjack at his new home this past week
                Stübben North America
                Los Angeles - Ventura County - San Luis Obispo

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                • Update!

                  The 17yo Oldenburg approved broodmare I listed above...

                  Her 2011 filly by Riverman just went to inspection... She was named a premium filly, and was the High Point Filly at the ISR/Oldenburg inspection!!!!

                  This mare is offered for free to GREAT home. Please PM me if interested.
                  Last edited by hhfarm; Sep. 27, 2011, 11:16 PM.

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                  • AVAILABLE BROODMARE-EXCELLENT JUMPER/DRESSAGE BLOODLINES

                    13 yo Oldenburg, Cor de la Bryere/Calypso II granddaughter, Goldschlager granddaughter. Proven jumper success in CA/CO, but retired at 10 due to fractured sidebone in left front. Bay, four socks, 16'3, been compared to 'Bretina' in her gates, really incredible. Bred to Pablo, as a 5 year old, gelding is gorgeous and very talented jumper, wonderful attitude! Would really like for this mare to have a job, she is a wonderful mother and took on the first try with her first and only breeding. Located in Colorado. Quality stallions, registered and tested, ONLY. Expenses paid by person breeding mare, also signed contract necessary. 970-209-3881 Tanya Dwyer
                    tanyadee@netzero.net

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                    • Free Broodmare lease (at your place or mine) - can include TWO DOSES OF COR NOIR FROZEN SEMEN!!!

                      Dressy Affair ("Lilly") is an Oldenburg NA MMB approved TB mare (with an impressive score). She has produced one lovely filly by Edelweiss de Bonce. The filly should mature to 17 hands, is very typy and very sweet.

                      Lilly is a 16.1 hand mare, feminine with substance, very sweet, and an in your pocket personality. She was retired from her show career due to a pasture injury. She is 100% pasture sound! Before being retired, Lilly was schooling second level dressage and had been started over fences and schooled on small cross country courses. She was going great as a dressage horse, but she loved to jump, and boy did she have great scope and bascule. Before her injury, she was going to make a great dressage / eventing horse!

                      Lilly is a great mommy, and loves her new job. Because I am currently focusing on developing some young ones, I will not be breeding Lilly this coming breeding season, therefore, I am offering her for a free breeding lease. She is open and will be weaning her current filly shortly (January).

                      She does fine on field board with good forage and grain, or great in a stall. She is currently barefoot, and only requires normal trims.

                      I can also offer two doses of Cor Noir frozen semen (no LFG, all breeding expenses paid by leasee). Cor Noir was owned by Hilltop Farm until his death in 2003. "He was a powerful stallion with strong mechanics that generated impressive elevation and scope in his movement. He earned the coveted Class 1 status at his 100-day test in Germany with an overall score of 123.18 points. Under Scott Hassler, Cor Noir thrived in the demands of the FEI dressage work and showed an International-quality piaffe and passage. Cor Noir’s sire, Cor de la Bryere, shaped the development of the Holsteiner breed and his influence is felt across all major registries, especially in the breeding of show jumpers. Cor Noir’s prepotency for a large frame, correct foundation, and elevated movement made this stallion a prized influence." http://www.hilltopfarminc.com/stallion_archives.html

                      I require a breeding lease contract and ask for a vet reference.

                      If you don't have space for a broodmare, but would like to breed, I can also offer a breeding lease that includes board - please inquire for details.

                      Please PM me for more info.

                      Thanks,
                      Sandy
                      Last edited by PiedmontSporthorses; Nov. 8, 2011, 11:55 AM. Reason: addition
                      Piedmont Sporthorses
                      https://www.facebook.com/BayMeadowsFarm

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                      • Hungarian WB Talent for Free Broodmare Lease

                        I have a really cool mare for free broodmare lease. She is small (15.2) but she throws great talent. Registered with the Hungarian Horse Association. Did some low level dressage and jumpers in her time but is best suited as a broodmare. My 7 year old that she threw is an absolute joy to work with and train. He is currently working on Second Level dressage movements. I would be willing to let her go off property or keep her here. She is easy to keep. On field board now, no shoes, eats minimal grain. I could also keep her here for our field board rate. Needs a job and loves being a mommy!

                        PM me for more details.

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                        • 1997 16.0h fleabitten Grey Trakehner Mare available for free lease. COMES WITH BREEDING to Grande Sovereign

                          Apache *Pb* / Amethyst / Royal Chocolate

                          Nice mare! Scored well at RPSI and ISR/Old NA with 7 on correctness of gaits as an out of shape 13 y/o. This girl has solid build and mechanical fundamentals for a sporthorse and is very athletic. Did CC/jumpers/dressage you name it with previous owner. I bred her in 2010, caught first cycle and lost it at 7 months to umbilical torsion. (I really do have terrible luck) I have vet records and you can talk to our repro vet as he can confirm this diagnosis, since even he was surprised to actually see the proof of it in the cord. Apparently its a common catch all diagnosis, but this time (just my luck) we had proof. Follow up biopsy and culture were pristine. Poor mare was very upset, so I know she will make a wonderful mother. She was so sweet while in foal too.

                          VERY easy keeper. Prefers being out and needs nothing other than a blanket in winter. Good in herd setting, have had no issues with all age groups and gelding/mare fields.

                          COMES WITH BREEDING to Grande Sovereign! I love this stallion and he is a lovely match for her. I cant afford to breed her and she shouldnt go another year. She can stay with me, and I can manage everything for leasee to include putting her under lights, or she can go to approved home. Would consider permanent placement to right home as well.

                          Email smemmo@netzero.net

                          She is on warmbloods-for-sale "Alacrity"
                          there are 3 pictures and 2 videos.

                          NOTE: Ali does crib when stalled. She doesn't crib on field board (fences are safe) and a miracle collar stops her in her stall. Also never cribber while in foal. Sorry to add this late. Honestly didn't think about it since I have her on field.
                          Last edited by vita_impavida; Nov. 10, 2011, 12:17 PM. Reason: Height
                          "Opportunity is missed by most people because it comes dressed in overalls and looks like work." *Thomas Edison
                          A champion is a dreamer that refused to give up!!

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                          • Why are you tempting me vita?

                            If only you were closer...!
                            www.EquusMagnificus.ca
                            Breeding & Sales
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                            • Originally posted by EquusMagnificus View Post
                              Why are you tempting me vita?

                              If only you were closer...!
                              Me, I am close (1 hour west). This one IS tempting.
                              Hidden Echo Farm, Carlisle, PA -- home of JC palomino sire Canadian Kid (1990 - 2013) & AQHA sire Lark's Favorite, son of Rugged Lark.

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                              • Well bred black OldNA mare in VA - for breeding to pony

                                Scharlotte is a 3 year old mare by my stallion Schiffon *Ps* and from the same dam line as the Marefield Meadows/Celle stallion Dauphin (her granddam is a full sister to Dauphin) and the 2008 licensed stallion First Duke. She is registered but not yet inspected by ISR/Old NA.

                                http://www.horsetelex.com/family.php?horseid=525076

                                Scharlotte is now a lovely mare, black with 4 white socks and a star, but she was a dummy foal requiring intensive care for 3 weeks, and ended up with stunted growth and a joint infection that has resulted in a deformed leg. Consequently she is only about 14 hands and I would like her first breeding (2012) to be to a pony or small horse (with small horses in his pedigree) to increase our chances of an easy foaling. I don't have any connections in the pony world or anyone small enough to start one under saddle, so I would really like to find someone who would like a pony/small horse for themselves to free lease her on my farm. Scharlotte's genetics are 16.0-16.3 on both sides, so I could not guarantee the result would stay a pony.

                                The appropriate lessee (who would ideally be aiming the offspring for a show career) would pay all breeding-related expenses and half of the cost of feeding/vaccinating/hoof trimming. My husband is an equine vet, so he would be doing the ultrasounds, etc without charging a trip fee. We can take care of presenting the mare and foal for inspection (if eligible) and upon weaning we would provide hauling up to 300 miles from Richmond VA to your facility and just ask to be reimbursed for fuel. We could also offer boarding of the foal until age 3 at a reasonable cost. I just want to find the right person to help me give Scharlotte the best possible chance to start her breeding career while at the same time having the foal already placed.

                                Please email leaann.hansen at gmail.com if interested in discussing. Thanks!

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                                • Friend of mine is leasing this mare http://www.pedigreequery.com/rockville+centre

                                  She has foaled 5 times and is a TB but has crossed well already Warmblood.

                                  The mare http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...7940274&type=3

                                  The mares foal out of warmblood stallion http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?s...7940274&type=3


                                  She is in Tucson Arizona, but is okay with hauling to an approved home out of the state. Pm me for more info and contact information.

                                  DID I forget to mention that she is gorgeous? Or that her foals are as well

                                  Not your average TB mare and she is only up for lease due to new baby
                                  Last edited by NOMIOMI1; Nov. 19, 2011, 10:22 PM.
                                  ~~Member of the TB's Rule Clique ~~
                                  http://www.off-breed-dressage.blogspot.com/

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                                  • Wanted: Hunter mare in GA or FL

                                    I am really wanting to breed to Redwine or Romantic Star, but I only have geldings. I am looking for a nice warmblood mare (not tb) to breed. 16 hands and up. She will be well taken care of and I do have tons of references. I want to breed a fancy foal for hunter breeding and hunter divisions, medals, eq. I live in GA and my parents live in FL I am willing to drive some distance. Please email me devilscowgurl3@aol.com
                                    Thanks guys

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                                    • Eventing mare for free lease

                                      Leah is a 1997, 16.1 hh, very solidly built Canadian Sport Horse. She is by Cozy’s Commander, who sired Carrick (eventer John Williams’ Olympic & WEG horse) and Zydeco (consistent 4* competitor). Her career under saddle has been limited by an old injury to her hip. She has had 4 easy, uncomplicated pregnancies & births back-to-back with her previous lessee. She is open and available for the 2012 season, and is most suitable for someone looking to breed an eventing, jumper, or hunter prospect.

                                      Email me at mmalandrinos (at) gmail.com for pictures or videos of her and previous foals. She is currently located in Chesterfield, VA, but can go anywhere on the east coast to the right situation.

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                                      • Just thought this may be a good idea for someone:

                                        I could offer a lease of my mares. Reqiurement is they stay where they are - Germany at a good friends ;-) and stallion should be hanoverian approved, as I do not really want to take the mares somewhere to be approved for another registry.
                                        Board (including farrier, worming, etc.), and insurance should be paid by person who "leases" and obvioulsy breeding fee plus vet costs for the breeding as such. This means the lease as such as is free, but upkeep for mare and breeding costs should be paid.

                                        I can offer these four:

                                        SPS Flaminia (Florencio - Prince Thatch - Lysander, born 2005). Sixth SPS in a row in the damline. Has had 2 really good foals by Benetton Dream. Will foal in April her third Benetton Dream. She is not the tallest mare, but has three real good gaits. could have a bit more freedon of shoulder, could be longer legged. Halfbrother licensed with canadian warmblood.

                                        Wolke (Wolkenstein II - Matcho - Grenadier - Lugano, born 2003) damline of Dresemann. Also not too tall, very correct and with a very nice Weltmeyer type engine. In foal for March to Romanov at the moment.

                                        Suaheli (Sandro Hit - Rouletto - Prince Thatch, maybe - depending on stallion and person born 2003) Fullbrother qualified for the BC and as I recently learned was nominated for the young horse world championships at Verden for the country of his owner. Owner has GP-experience and plans to take him there. Her half brother competes sucessfully in the US in FEI classes upto Inter II. Not in foal at the moment - had one by Farewell III, Benetton Dream and Romanov. Tall mare that has three very esceptional gaits and that can jump really good aswell.

                                        SPS Djambalaya (maybe, if right stallion is chosen, born 2002). (Don Frederico - Prince Thatch - Lysander) Sixth SPS in a row in the damline. Has had only one foal and was my riding mare. Winner of Mares show, won level 2 dressage, placed in 3day event. Will foal in April by Conen. Halfbrother licensed with canadian warmblood.

                                        Sed me a PM please if you are interested in more.
                                        I am not responsible for spelling misstacks - just my PC
                                        www.hannoveranerzuechter.de
                                        2017: March: Filly by Lissaro - SPS Don Frederico - SPS Prince Thatch
                                        May: Finnigan - Sandro Hit - SPS Rouletto

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                                        • Black Reg oldenberg mare available for on or off farm lease

                                          Location: Florida
                                          Mare: Reindance (aka Ivy)
                                          Description: Black with no white. 1998 mare, 16.3+ hands
                                          Breeding approved Oldenberg Reg #19.162 HVB 98
                                          Sire: Graf Goetz (Hann)
                                          Dam: Aleva (KWPN - imported) by Lucky Boy (KWPN)

                                          Produces nice moving, well mannered, correct foals that are easy to start and have started showing.

                                          Sire Graf Goetz produced not only GP dressage horses but was known for producing horses that had GP talent with the temperament for amateurs.

                                          Dam Aleva is from the famous Dutch mare "Leva" line that has produced top level jumpers and dressage horses. Dam sire is Lucky Boy, one of the all time great KWPN stallions.

                                          Mare sustained injury as a youngster and has not been sound to ride except for light trail riding and such. She continues to be a comfortable, easy horse to have on farm. Super easy breeder and exceptional mother.

                                          I am not breeding this year and probably not next year so mare needs a job!

                                          Terms: Free lease (except expenses & shipping) available - can keep mare here on waterhorse farm or bring to your farm.

                                          For photos and video of mare and offspring visit www.waterhorsefarm.com and look up "IVY" under horses for sale or lease.
                                          www.waterhorsefarm.com

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