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  • #21
    Full Friesian (Dutch) 4 FREE Breeding Lease

    FHANA/FPS Full Friesian Mare available 4 FREE 2010 Breeding Lease (on-farm).

    We will not be using our lovely Nanning 374 daughter this year and want to offer the opportunity to someone else! She is a very elegant 10 y/o, 16.1 hh Friesian mare with good conformation/type, great hair, beautiful head and wonderful disposition.

    We are offering this as free breeding lease. You choose the stallion - create your own foal! Prefer FHANA stallions but open to others and crosses. We request that she remain at our facility (located in Virginia) and fees for her board, foaling out, and any stallion/breeding fees would be that of the lessee.

    View her pedigree: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/aust...ragons+de+soie

    Pics/Vids at: http://rugbycreeksporthorses.com/auster.htm

    Auster's sire, Nanning 374, always receives 1st Premie... her dam (by Pike) is also the mother to Teade 394 standing at Iron Spring Farm!

    She has had 4 FHANA fillies who all received 2nd premie at Keuring with this year's filly taking Reserve Champion! She has 2 daughters being presented for Ster this coming fall. Auster has been an easy breeder and easy foaler, great mother.

    Please email, call for more information.
    info@rugbycreek.com
    276-579-4215
    Rugby Creek Sport Horses
    http://www.rugbycreeksporthorses.com
    Specializing in Appaloosa Sport Horses - Lets put the Spots back in Sport!

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    • #22
      Trak Mare 4 FREE Breeding Lease

      Trak Mare 4 FREE Breeding Lease (on site or off farm)

      We will not be using Belen this breeding season and what to offer the opportunity to someone else to use her b'lines and build to create a special foal!

      This is a free lease offered, on site or off farm. On site (preferred), lessee will be responsible for certain fees such as boarding, care and any breeding, foaling out or veterinary costs. If you take her to your place we will require insurance be kept on her during the lease - contact us for other requirements.

      Belen is a 16.2 hh Canadian Registered Trakehner mare. She is a dark black/bay or seal bay with limited white. She is the "old style". She is big bodied with good bone structure, a kind eye and nice disposition.

      Belen bred and foaled easily for us and has been an excellent mother! Even taking on an orphan alongside her own colt and raising them both!

      See her extended pedigree: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/belen4
      Pics: http://rugbycreeksporthorses.com/belen.htm

      This lady is a proven color producer so if you are looking for a color baby - try her out!

      Please email or call us for more information.
      276-579-4215
      info@rugbycreek.com
      Rugby Creek Sport Horses
      http://www.rugbycreeksporthorses.com
      Specializing in Appaloosa Sport Horses - Lets put the Spots back in Sport!

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      • #23
        2000 Oldenburg mare by Contucci

        Previous lease fell through. 16.2 ches mare , reg Old Na by Contucci out of aTB mare.. Maiden mare, shown lightly with scores up to 68% at Training level , ridden by older adult ammie. Trail ridden extensively. Wonderful brain, excellent temperament , 3 good gaits. Has been on stall rest for tendon injury, but now able to be turned out.
        Located in MD
        PM me or
        rdrysdal@tcfl.org
        http://www.cngsporthorses.com

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        • #24
          Jockey Club TB Mares/ Medium Pony Mare PA can be bred to Cleveland Bay Sporthorse

          I have some mares open from 2009 and some due to foal April/May. I have not decided which ones I will breed back. I have eight available and will only breed a few of them. Would offer ANY on farm lease (you just pay their way, talking 200 or less a month). You could breed to any stallion you choose, or I would breed to my Cleveland Bay Sporthorse stallion for you.

          Bay 16.0 hand TB mare
          Chestnut 16.3 hand TB mare proven jumper
          Bay 15.2 hand TB mare
          Bay 15.2 hand TB mare, proven hunter
          Pure CB mare (Due mid summer, so later foal) 16.3 hands and growing.
          Gray 13.2 hand Welsh/TB mare
          Chestnut 13.2 hand Welsh/QH mare
          Black 15.1 hand Perch cross mare

          Please PM for more information, all are proven broodmares and have had at least three foals (with the exception of the young pure CB mare who is ready to foal her second foal)
          Maria Hayes-Frosty Oak Stables
          Home to All Eyez On Me, 1998 16.2 Cleveland Bay Sporthorse Stallion
          & FrostyOak Hampton 2008 Pure Cleveland Bay Colt
          www.frostyoaks.com

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          • #25
            Unfortunately the economy has finally caught up with my family and we are in need of a herd reduction. They are available for long term free leases but are also available permanently to the right home. Both mares are UTD on vaccines, dental, farrier, and wormer. Each mare will come with the rest of their worming pack for the year. Coggins/health certificates will be needed. Both are located in Lewes, Delaware.

            Lisa's Gal is a 2004 model who came off the track last June after a slab fracture on 5/18. Chestnut, 4 socks/blaze. Lizzy is comfortable but will never be sound enough for riding. Has been in a herd of mares/geldings and 1 weanling and gets along with everyone.

            http://www.pedigreequery.com/lisas+gal

            Cassie Girl is a 1997 model who came off the track with a slab fracture as well. Bay, 2 socks/blaze. Cassie has been ridden w/t/c and has jumped a few small cross rails periodically. She can be strong under saddle. She has also been in a herd of mares/geldings/foals. Cassie had a filly in '04 by Consul who was First Premium at the inspection and is now owned by fellow COTH'er SideSaddleRider. She also had a colt in '08 by a TB stallion. She was not with me when she foaled her colt and I have not heard how he's doing.

            http://www.pedigreequery.com/cassie+girl2

            Will be happy to email pictures upon request.
            R.I.P. Barbaro
            Good luck Nicanor & Lentenor !

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            • #26
              Bask Huckleberry Bey Champion on farm lease

              Fantastic mare of proven bloodlines, gorgeous and powerful, correct mover. Super hind end which she passes on to her foals. Has been bred to WBs with great results.

              Available for a free on-farm lease. Take over her expenses until the baby is ready to go.

              Easy breeder, great mom, problem free foalings.
              Pedigree here:
              http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/my+calo+rose

              Multi Regional Champion, Scottsdale top 10, Dressage winner with scores to 74% including "9" on free walk.

              Daughter shown USDF in-hand scored 75+% (right out of a field to the show ring).

              Please Pm if interested
              Horses should be trained in such a way that they not only love their riders, but look forward to the time they are with them.
              ~ Xenophon, 350 B.C.

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              • #27
                LEASED

                ROXANNAH HAS BEEN LEASED FOR THE 2010 SEASON.


                2001 Bay Oldenburg (GOV) mare, approved MMB. 17 hands, older style. Produced a lovely Rubino Bellissimo colt in 2009. Easy to breed, due in June with her second foal. Good mover, excellent jumper. Sound for light riding, but she's green.

                Photos of mare:

                http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/o...spection04.jpg

                http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/o...spection11.jpg

                http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/o...r292008016.jpg

                http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/o...y/July18-1.jpg

                http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/o...y/July18-2.jpg



                2009 colt (sold):

                http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/o...s/Sept7-22.jpg

                http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/o...s/Sept7-18.jpg

                http://i374.photobucket.com/albums/o...s/Sept7-24.jpg


                More photos available of mare and colt, please feel free to contact.

                secretambitionstables (at) gmail (dot) com

                (530) 863-7673
                Last edited by Dressage_Diva333; Apr. 8, 2010, 01:36 PM.
                Making Your Ambitions a Reality at Secret Ambition Stables.
                Quality Welsh Ponies and Welsh Crosses bred for sport
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                Section A and Section B Welsh Ponies at stud

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                • #28
                  "Story Time" 94 JC conformation hunter easy breeder in michigan

                  Past three foals large, elegant and ammie friendly by RID/KWPN sires.
                  All dark bay/black, 2 sabino, mare currently open and believed healthy and ready to go! Previous breeding's fresh chilled, never failed to conceive on first cycle, without hormonal manipulation.
                  '
                  Must remain local due to so many disaster stories of neglected "free-lease" mares.

                  wAS RESERVE CHAMP CONF HUNTER AS 2YO AT dEVON hUNTER sHOW;

                  She is hunterbred-(long family histiry of successful "A" hunters), is off ''Hunter Hill Farm" formerly of New Jersey. Has been ridden out alone over fields, woods, roads queitly--not ridden much for years, believed sound for light riding, lives outside barefoot in mixed herd.

                  Em for more info: drklrmd@gmail.com
                  kATHRYN

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                  • #29
                    Medium Pony Broodmare Prospect

                    Meadowviews Saranade is a coming 4yo, 13.1 3/4H mare by Devon winner *Small Land Movie Maker out of a Farnley mare by Cowboy Joe. Sara is an excellent Hunter-type mover and free-jumps with her knees to her eye-balls. She is up-to-date on everything. I'm pregnant and she is sitting in my field doing nothing.
                    Attached Files
                    Member of the "I Ride A Chestnut Thoroughbred Mare, So You Don't Scare Me Clique"

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                    • #30
                      All mares can be seen here
                      http://www.angelfire.com/ca6/Matchma...roodmares.html

                      SARA 1999 Trakehner/tbx CSH, ATA mare, bay 16+h. BREEDING LEASE on farm only. By Schonfelder. http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/cyradis
                      Very successful line career, coupled with a good riding career makes this a super opportunity for someone looking to make a top hunter- horse or pony! Sara is as sweet as they come: anyone would be thrilled to have a foal out of this gorgeous, kind mare.

                      PICTURE PERFECT. 1994 Medium pony mare, 13'1.5h- had a lovely colt by Llandefalle Better by Far, and an equally lovely filly by Mapleside Mr Magic. She had a very good career on the east coast, but has a stifle injury, so broodmare sound only.
                      She is liver chestnut with a star and a sock. She is a very easy breeder.

                      1992 Keur imported KWPN mare. Bloodlines Ekstein-Saluut. http://www.paardenfokken.nl/pedigree.php?horseid=58673
                      This mare's sire is the maternal grandsire to Hickstead ( 2008 Olympic Gold medalist for Canada), and Hickstead's own sire is from the same dam line as Kebalia( Balia line).
                      She has a breeding lined up for 2010 to Candillo Junior if you wanted to use it.

                      SPICE GIRL 1996 Hannoverian mare, 16'3h. Dark bay. Bloodlines Sherlock Holmes-Bold Indian. http://www.paardenfokken.nl/pedigree.php?horseid=354328
                      This fabulous mare has given us 4 foals to date, all of whom were sold before weaning, or bought in utero.

                      FREE LHASA<p>2006 Canadian Warmblood mare, bay. 15'3h. Bloodlines Freedom Z-Buntspecht. http://www.paardenfokken.nl/pedigree.php?horseid=464356
                      This young mare is an extremely powerful mover, yet elegant.

                      Lesee is responsible for insuring mare. These are on farm leases for the most part. Please email for more details.

                      imajacre@total.net
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                      http://www.matchmakerequine.com

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                      • #31
                        Madeira is a lovely premium approved Weser-ums mare also reg Welsh. She produced a premium Weser-ums filly via frozen semen last year for me and has produced 2 other foals live cover. She is 11.3 and is a grey 10yr old.
                        She is a lovely mare with extremely correct conformation. Earning 9's at her approval last year. She is an easy breeder and easy keeper.
                        I would love to breed her again this year but just don't have the time with all the others that I own. Please email me is interested and I would love to tell you more about her. I would also consider selling her as I would love to keep her filly from last year.
                        Thanks in advance. Pictures and video available.

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                        • #32
                          1994 JC REG. TB MARE FOR FREE BROODMARE LEASE

                          Beautiful 16 hand broodmare available for free off farm lease. She has a wonderful temperament, lovely movement and great mind. She fox hunted for several years before becoming a broodmare and went on to have 3 foals. She is an easy keeper, easy to breed and a great mother. PM for pictures.

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                          • #33
                            1994 JC REG. TB BROODMARE FOR FREE BROODMARE LEASE

                            Sorry...we are located in North Alabama.

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                            • #34
                              OSB ATA Trakehner mare for breeding lease

                              I'm offering an OSB ATA Trakehner mare for breed lease in 2010. Has had 4 foals.

                              I'm going to need to cut back in 2010, and am offering this mare for free breeding lease. She can stay at my farm and you just pay board, ($250 a month), and vet and farrier bills, or she can go to your facility if it is approved.

                              Located in Ontario, Canada

                              Leasee must have insurance for mare.

                              If interested contact:
                              greymare86@yahoo.ca

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                              • #35
                                Elite Mare available

                                Amelia is a 1992 Elite imported Hano mare who is also approved MMB GOV. 2009 Colt by Soprano was premium and she has an approved Hanoverian son by West Coast (Forever West). Lease is free, but insurance will be required.

                                I'm going to need to cut back in 2010, and am offering this mare for free breeding lease. She can stay at my farm and you just pay board, ($250 a month), and vet and farrier bills, or she can go to your facility if it is approved. The catch - if you choose off site lease, this mare's TB companion goes with her! Reel Proper is also approved MMB GOV and can also be bred - lots of photos of her foals on the website as well.

                                See photos on the website.
                                Holly
                                www.ironhorsefrm.com
                                Oldenburg foals and young prospects
                                LIKE us on Facebook!

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                                • #36
                                  FREE TB broodmare in Maryland 16.2h SOUND

                                  Quite Pleasant - TB 2001 16.2h, bay with white, good mover and sound. Proven broodmare. This is a nice mare, I just need the room. By Awad out of a Pleasant Colony mare. Free to a good home.
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                                  New Blessing Farm
                                  Standing the Oldenburg stallion Legaczy
                                  www.newblessingfarm.com
                                  "The greatest oak was once a little nut who held its ground".

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                                  • #37
                                    AVAILABLE: 1999 Proven Holsteiner mare

                                    Available for free lease. Proven broodmare, grey Holsteiner, granddaughter of Cor de la Breyere, 11 years old, lovely personality. Mare is located in Florida at this time. Please PM me for more details.

                                    This mare is no longer available. Thanks for the interest!
                                    Last edited by Kitty; Apr. 3, 2010, 04:29 PM. Reason: Situation has changed.

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                                    • #38
                                      Oldenburg/NA mare available for lease. By Pointmaker out of a TB event mare, she has produced all premium foals, making her a 1* mare. She is 11 and open this year. Easy to breed and foal, bay with four white socks, sabino gene. Eligible for inspection this year by AHS. Located in No. CA.
                                      Mystic Owl Sporthorses
                                      www.mysticowlsporthorses.com

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                                      • #39
                                        Two mares available for free breeding lease

                                        Tantallon Steel My Heart-14 hand Welsh/QH Mare by Rocky Creek's Wendy Adonis. This is a fancy mare with proven bloodlines who has had several fancy babies on the ground. I have her yearling filly by Downland Rembrant who is super fancy and has an awesome disposition. Gets in foal super easy and super easy keeper.

                                        Let it Be- 15 hand TB mare. Very cute and great mover. She has one yearling filly by Rocky Creek's Wend y Adonis who is super fancy and athletic. Mare is very easy to breed and work with.
                                        www.facebook.com/SunsetPonies

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                                        • #40
                                          Looking to place my ApHCC/ApSHA mare this season. Complete info and pictures in link below:

                                          http://www.chronofhorse.com/forum/sh...49#post4771749

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