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  • PSB Trakehner Mare

    1996 dark bay by Pennant, 16 h., wonderful temperament, pasture sound, easy keeper, has had two foals (2001 and 2009). She is available for lease with or without a breeding to Royal Prince.
    ~Another proud member of the TrakehNERD clique ~

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    • Gorgeous GOV Broodmare

      Gorgeous, registered, 8yo, dark bay GOV mare available for 2011 breeding lease. She is by Argosy out of a GOV main mare book approved mare (Rollickings Bestxx).

      Kadee is solid but reasonably sized, standing at approximately 16.2 hands and 1300 pounds. She has beautiful conformation as well as three wonderful gaits. Very talented under saddle as well as a powerful bold jump. Maiden mare.

      I was going to breed her in 2011, but unforeseen family circumstances don't permit me to do so. Come and see this beautiful mare. She would be a wonderful addition to any farm.

      I was planning on getting her approved (she would have no issues getting in the MMB) with foal at side in 2012 and am happy to pay for that if you decide she would fit into your breeding program.

      More pictures available.
      Attached Files
      Last edited by sar2008; Feb. 9, 2011, 02:51 PM. Reason: spelling

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      • Available TB mare & Looking for Lease - North Texas

        Rockwall, Texas area - east of Dallas, Texas

        Mare available:
        Mininsky
        2002 15.3h JC registered TB mare
        *Nijinsky II great-granddaughter
        Pedigree: http://www.pedigreequery.com/mininsky
        VERY pretty, easy to get in foal. Proven broodmare, throws SIZE and COLOR. Sweet mare, easy easy to handle. Broke to ride as well - shown in the Hunters and also foxhunted as a staff horse. Free Broodmare lease and also for sale.

        Looking for:
        Broodmare lease or inexpensive purchase on larger TB or WB mare. 16h+, large boned hunter type that would cross well with Redwine.

        Email: Kathryn@donovanfarm.com
        Rural Property Specialist
        Keller Williams Realtors

        TexasEquestrianProperties.com
        Email Me for Horse Property!

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        • 1999 Holsteiner Mare for free breeding lease

          Odette is a beautiful 1999 Holsteiner mare by Riverman, out of a Runaway/Cantares dam. Link to full pedigree here: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/odette81 Odette is also in the Oldenburg, NA, Main Mare Book. She has had two foals with a previous owner, one by Contucci in 2006 (reserve champion foal of inspection) and one by Rousseau in 2008. No known issues conceiving or foaling. She has been lightly shown in lower level dressage. Odette is gentle with other horses (both mares and geldings) in a turnout setting and is a very easy keeper.

          Exceptional care, references and breeding lease contract required. Available for an off the farm lease, within 180 miles of Cincinnati, Ohio, only. I am flexible on the term of the lease—could be 1 breeding season or longer, depending on your preference.

          Please PM for more information and email contact

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            2001 Bay TB mare. Two off socks, star and snip. Registered JC as R Mischievous Lady. Excellent breeding, out of Roanoke and goes back to Double Jay who was a fabulous jumper sire and some other greats in TB history. Has competed over 4' in hunters and jumpers as well as dabbled in dressage and eventing. Great movement, very feminine and correct in her build and would cross well with many different types. Want to get her bred and don't think I will be able to make it happen this year. Free broodmare lease on or off farm with contract. Pictures and videos available.

            SGray: Where did you find her?

            I got her off the track from her PA breeder/owner/trainer to event on and breed event babies. But I'm finishing school and don't have time to breed her or compete her myself this year. Would love to have someone breed her this spring and compete her through fall then lay her up and foal her out. She's a fantastic mare with wonderful bloodlines. I would also happily help pay for her approval with foal at side in 2012 in any registry if that was something you needed/wanted. Hopefully someone can use her while I can't this year!
            Put some excitement between your legs...Ride a Thoroughbred

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            • I have a lovely 7 year old grey Welsh mare that I would like to lease out for a year or two. She's by Elite Earl Grey and out of Adrienne's Jewel (dam of Wellen Red Rock and Wellen Rosetta). She's 12.1 and is an awesome, awesome mover. I am not breeding next year and feel that she should be doing something for someone.

              Shenandoah Fantasia: 3 year old Section B by Farnley Triton and out of Shenandoah Silk Fan (Alra Amber Classic) 13.1 hands, bay with a stripe and a hind sock. Outstanding mover. Very correct.

              The King Sisters: Sophie is a 13 year old TB mare. She is 15.3 and dark bay. She had a lovely TB filly this year, but late in the season, so we didn't breed her back. She is also the dam of Stoneledge Adelie who was Reserve Champion Pony Filly at Devon in 2007.
              http://s155.photobucket.com/albums/s...ayfarm/Sophie/


              PM or email me (fenwayfarm@yahoo.com) for more info.
              Beth
              Fenway Farm

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              • Recipient Mare Wanted

                I am looking for a free lease on a recipient mare for embryo transfers. Ideally, no older than 12, has had at least one foal, good momma, good milker and gets along well with other mares and foals. TB, QH and all WB's considered. Great home and the best of care here at my farm. References available. Possible long term lease. PM or email Sandy travelhunt@aol.com

                **Thanks for all the replies, I think I may have found the perfect mare!**
                Last edited by railmom; Feb. 25, 2011, 10:17 PM. Reason: found a mare!
                www.spruceglenfarm.com
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                www.facebook.com/spruceglenfarm

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                • Originally posted by sar2008 View Post
                  Gorgeous, registered, 8yo, dark bay GOV mare available for 2011 breeding lease. She is by Argosy out of a GOV main mare book approved mare (Rollickings Bestxx).

                  Kadee is solid but reasonably sized, standing at approximately 16.2 hands and 1300 pounds. She has beautiful conformation as well as three wonderful gaits. Very talented under saddle as well as a powerful bold jump. Maiden mare.

                  I was going to breed her in 2011, but unforeseen family circumstances don't permit me to do so. Come and see this beautiful mare. She would be a wonderful addition to any farm.

                  I was planning on getting her approved (she would have no issues getting in the MMB) with foal at side in 2012 and am happy to pay for that if you decide she would fit into your breeding program.

                  More pictures available.
                  Kadee is still available. I also have a few videos as well.

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                  • Looking for blood? Quality F1 - LEASED!

                    1999, 16h, Juventus mare out of a TB, Old NA approved MMB star mare x Hail the Pirates (star received because 4/4 premium foals – 3 of which were site champions). Pedigree: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/sassafras+t

                    This mare is registered as an Old NA premium foal (was site champion) and is approved as Premium mare in 2 registries and was a site champion in both of them, as well -- OLD NA, as well as Ster predicate in KWPN-NA. Site championship there was in free-jumping and was 6th(t) in the 2006 Top Ten for free-jumping.

                    In 2002, she was #1 Oldenburg USDF DSHB HOY, as well as #3 USDF DSHB HOY for All Breeds. Awarded multiple Filly and Young Horse Championships, as well as a Reserve Grand Championship. This mare’s full sister won the Born USA at KHP in 2007, as well.

                    In 2008, she had a very athletic jumper-bred filly that was conceived first cycle on frozen. This past Dec, 2010, she had a full reproductive soundness exam and was reported with an excellent score (90% I; 10% IIA). Regular cycles – cycling now. Reproductive conformation good – no caslicks required.

                    This mare can go to an off-farm lease within 200 miles of Louisville, KY. Free lease, and since she is also riding sound, med/surg/mortality insurance coverage required ($700 annually). References also required.

                    http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/k...assafrasT1.jpg
                    http://i282.photobucket.com/albums/k...assafrasT3.jpg

                    This mare is very easy to handle, haul and has no vices. Excellent mother. She is versatile and with the right stallion, I feel can be bred towards multiple disciplines. PM or email me for more information, documentation and additional pic’s and video.
                    Last edited by Tornado Run Farm; Mar. 15, 2011, 09:44 AM.

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                    • Gorgeous Bay Oldenburg by Routinier

                      Roxanne (Routinier x Luminare/Laiken) is available for a free 2011 breeding lease. 8 years, 16.1, lovely bright bay. She is a love-bug with a great attitude. She is 100% sound and can be shown if desired. Photos with her Coromino colt at http://web.mac.com/ratchfords/iWeb/F...Cooper%20.html She is a very elastic mover with three very good gaits. I would like to keep her somewhere in the mid-atlantic area if possible. Oldenburg NA registry

                      PM for additional information and details. Current on all veterinary including coggins. Insurance required.
                      It's all fun and games until someone pulls a shoe....

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                      • Originally posted by IrishWillow View Post
                        Rockwall, Texas area - east of Dallas, Texas

                        Mare available:
                        Mininsky
                        2002 15.3h JC registered TB mare
                        *Nijinsky II great-granddaughter
                        Pedigree: http://www.pedigreequery.com/mininsky
                        VERY pretty, easy to get in foal. Proven broodmare, throws SIZE and COLOR. Sweet mare, easy easy to handle. Broke to ride as well - shown in the Hunters and also foxhunted as a staff horse. Free Broodmare lease and also for sale.

                        Looking for:
                        Broodmare lease or inexpensive purchase on larger TB or WB mare. 16h+, large boned hunter type that would cross well with Redwine.

                        Email: Kathryn@donovanfarm.com
                        My vet has a 16.1H TB mare. Black and homozygous. Does have some white socks/stockings. Let me know and I can get her info to you. No foaling issues and I think age 10.
                        The Inverted Y
                        Thoroughbred and Anglo Arabian Sporthorses
                        2005 and 2007 USEF Breeder of the Year.
                        www.allanglos.net

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                        • Ocala, FL: Mare by Land's End The Colonel's Fox o/o Theodore O'Connor's dam.

                          This is an exquisite, 13.1h mare (chestnut with a ton of chrome) who would be no embarrassment showing in hand or u/s, but since she is unbroke, I'm offering her as a broodmare. Her 3/4 brother was 2nd under saddle and 5th in the model at the Pony Finals last year. Her dam currently has two sons eventing under a professional, moving up the levels and gaining notoriety like their full brother Teddy. My own stallion is a third full brother, not currently competing because I can't afford to breed and show at the same time.

                          The mare, Fox Ridge Cadence, age 5, is about to produce her first foal, but I'm considering not breeding her back because I might have FINALLY found--and found a way to get home inexpensively--the mare I've been searching far and wide for to breed to my guy.

                          This video and the photos were taken when Cady was two. The photos were taken right after a brief rain (so, no, she's not some weird brindle color!). She is now quite, quite voluptuous (can take fresh video any time--she's shed out and sleek as can be):

                          Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vz-Se3d8Y4w&feature=fvsr.
                          Head shot: http://pets.webshots.com/photo/25220...66718914NvmaJf
                          Conformation shot: http://pets.webshots.com/photo/24423...66718914YpeBHy

                          Free lease only. I want to breed her or show her in the future, but right now, I need to keep my numbers down while getting a few more foals on the ground by my guy.
                          Sportponies Unlimited
                          Athletic Thoroughbred crosses for the highly motivated, smaller rider.

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                          • 16.3 Dark Bay Tb for Breeding Lease

                            Free off site breeding lease for a 16.3 hand dark bay mare. She is by Hadrians Wall whose dad is Storm Cat and great grandpa is Secretariat.Located in Southern California. Huge mover and gorgeous babydoll face. Thanks!

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                            • Small Reg Welsh Roan SE PA

                              I am offering Heaven's Gate Odyssey for breeding Lease. Sire: Rollingswood L to Pay, Dam: Severne Saraband. She is adorable. Foaled once in '09 (Heaven's Gate Whinnie the Poohnie). PM me for pics. I'm in southeastern PA.
                              If I put as much effort into my relationship as I do charging my phone, I'd probably be much better off.

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                              • My Royal Appearance/ Grannus mare has just become available again. She is a 2001, and is GOV registered, MMB approved.

                                REALLY nice, older style mare. Three good gaits, great jump. About 17 hands, dark bay. Has had two foals, caught first try both times, currently open. "Bailey" really a nice mare, and I'm on the fence about selling her, but would definitely be open to leasing her. Onsite lease available at reasonable price (just upkeep), or she could go to an approved facility. I bred her to Rubino Bellissimo, and got a lovely colt in 2009 who sold in utero. And in 2010 she had a really athletic Landfriese II filly. No health problems. Sound for light riding, but I've only put about 30 rides on her in her life. She is usually sound with shoes, and is fun to ride, but just won't hold up to a training schedule (she was injured the night she was weaned).

                                Here is a link to her page:
                                http://secretambitionstables.com/?page_id=335

                                Rubino colt:
                                http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pi...&id=1460861447
                                http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pi...&id=1460861447
                                http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pi...&id=1460861447

                                Landfriese filly:
                                http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pi...&id=1460861447

                                Lots more pictures of mare and foals available

                                Please give me a call at (530) 863-7673, or shoot me an email at secretambitionstables@gmail.com
                                Making Your Ambitions a Reality at Secret Ambition Stables.
                                Quality Welsh Ponies and Welsh Crosses bred for sport
                                Facebook Page.
                                Section A and Section B Welsh Ponies at stud

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                                • Originally posted by NittanyEquestrian View Post
                                  Quote:
                                  2001 Bay TB mare. Two off socks, star and snip. Registered JC as R Mischievous Lady. Excellent breeding, out of Roanoke and goes back to Double Jay who was a fabulous jumper sire and some other greats in TB history. Has competed over 4' in hunters and jumpers as well as dabbled in dressage and eventing. Great movement, very feminine and correct in her build and would cross well with many different types. Want to get her bred and don't think I will be able to make it happen this year. Free broodmare lease on or off farm with contract. Pictures and videos available.

                                  SGray: Where did you find her?

                                  I got her off the track from her PA breeder/owner/trainer to event on and breed event babies. But I'm finishing school and don't have time to breed her or compete her myself this year. Would love to have someone breed her this spring and compete her through fall then lay her up and foal her out. She's a fantastic mare with wonderful bloodlines. I would also happily help pay for her approval with foal at side in 2012 in any registry if that was something you needed/wanted. Hopefully someone can use her while I can't this year!
                                  nice one -- you are lucky with that find
                                  Nothing says "I love you" like a tractor. (Clydejumper)

                                  The reports states, “Elizabeth reported that she accidently put down this pony, ........, at the show.”

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                                  • Looking for a off farm lease in upstate NY. Looking for registered Warmblood or TB. Must be at least 16 hands, preferable approved.
                                    Must have foaled before, or young maiden.

                                    Thanks for all help
                                    http://www.marinfarmsporthorses.com

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                                    • Originally posted by allanglos View Post
                                      My vet has a 16.1H TB mare. Black and homozygous. Does have some white socks/stockings. Let me know and I can get her info to you. No foaling issues and I think age 10.
                                      No longer available for breeding lease/free as she has been bred to Escapade.
                                      The Inverted Y
                                      Thoroughbred and Anglo Arabian Sporthorses
                                      2005 and 2007 USEF Breeder of the Year.
                                      www.allanglos.net

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                                      • 1994 MS Hanoverian Broodmare in VA

                                        I am looking for a forever home for a truly special broodmare. She is 17+ hands, mahogany bay with a blaze and two hind socks. She is the old style German Hanoverian, but she gave me two very refined fillies when crossed with a more refined stallion. Her first colt (before I owned her) was by Weltbekannt and is an amateur's dressage horse. She is by Picaro (Picard/Pik Koenig) out of an SPS mare. She was imported as a filly. This mare has a great temperment which she passes onto her foals and is easy, easy, easy. She is intelligent, kind, an easy keeper and has great (barefoot) feet. She gets in foal on the first try, foals easily and is a wonderful mother. She is currently open and ready to breed.
                                        Link to photos: www.photobucket.com/Poesy

                                        Please feel free to PM me with any questions. Thank you!

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                                        • Originally posted by Mamare View Post
                                          I am looking for a forever home for a truly special broodmare. She is 17+ hands, mahogany bay with a blaze and two hind socks. She is the old style German Hanoverian, but she gave me two very refined fillies when crossed with a more refined stallion. Her first colt (before I owned her) was by Weltbekannt and is an amateur's dressage horse. She is by Picaro (Picard/Pik Koenig) out of an SPS mare. She was imported as a filly. This mare has a great temperment which she passes onto her foals and is easy, easy, easy. She is intelligent, kind, an easy keeper and has great (barefoot) feet. She gets in foal on the first try, foals easily and is a wonderful mother. She is currently open and ready to breed.
                                          Link to photos: www.photobucket.com/Poesy

                                          Please feel free to PM me with any questions. Thank you!
                                          Nice. Very nice. If I had an open stall, I'd have PM'd.
                                          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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