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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!
    If I didn't live on the other coast, that mare would be in my field. I love her.
    Mystic Owl Sporthorses
    www.mysticowlsporthorses.com

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    • 2002 Pinto Oldenburg NA - available

      Shania Aglow 2002 Bay Tobiano 16 h, Sire: Spectrum; Dam: Afterglow (Art Deco x TB) http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/shania+aglow

      Minor LF feltock injury cut this mare's performance career short. She is currently sound, but it is not know if she will be able to continue in heavy work, thus I would like to find a breeding home for her.

      Shown very successfully as a hunter (AA shows in baby greens, pre adults) as a 4 and 5 year old, then continued in the dressage ring and competed first and second, while schooling 3rd. Ability to be a FEI horse.

      She is a maiden mare. Clean breeding soundness exam performed in November. She is not homozygous for the tobiano gene. Great disposition, easy to handle and work around, easy keeper, great in pasture or stall.

      Located in Raleigh North Carolina. Approved home with veterinary references only.

      View picture of her at http://chronicleofmyhorse.ning.com/p...e=ejews7a3fmxk


      Videos of her are on YouTube (search under BMargieRad)

      For more information or additional videos and pictures, email me at
      BMargieRad@aol.com
      Last edited by BMargieRad; Mar. 22, 2011, 08:59 PM. Reason: Add link to pedigree

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      • LF: Registered Section A or B Welsh Broodmare
        May consider crossbreds. Hoping to find something that isn't too far from the Ontario border.
        oakwood_farm@hotmail.com
        Oakwood Farm
        Home to Rowntree Welsh & Half Welsh Hunter Ponies!
        Bloodlines includes Llanarth Senator, Rosedale Top Cat, Telynau Elgar & more!

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        • Originally posted by Winsock View Post
          Gorgeous 1998 pinto mare by Hall Of Fame. Her dam is by Welt As. View her full pedigree here: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/wishbone8

          She has had 4 foals: two by Rainbow, one by Rousseau, one by Disconto. All offspring are pintos and huge!

          She is 16h with four tall socks. She is mostly dark bay (less white). She is EASY to settle in foal and had not required any special needs. She is a wonderful Mom. She is being offered as a free on-farm lease. Possibly for sale to an incredible home only (references required).

          She is approved Westfalen. A stud fee discount will be offered if bred to one of our stallions.

          Check out our website: www.willowhillequestrian.com
          Her information & photo are listed under the "mares" page

          This mare is leased. Thank you to all who inquired!
          www.willowhillequestrian.com

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          • Last year laid up my fantastic 14KTGOLD all round mare due to back injury and decided to put her in foal late after fantastic inspection results. Her 6 month old, Dacaprio colt already jumps my 4' stall walls from a standstill. Now we are moving this year due to my husband's job relocation so I just posted her as breeding lease in classifieds but will consider a free lease to an approved home. She herself is registered with OLD NA but her grand sire is non other than Furioso II. Interested?

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            • Consider my Furioso II grandaughter.

              Originally posted by PiedmontSporthorses View Post
              WANTED – WB mare for the 2011 breeding season (longer term considered)

              I am looking to free lease a registered/papered WB mare to add to my young, small breeding program. I am looking for a sporthorse mare with strong dressage lines who will compliment my program and the lines I currently have. The mares I have are currently in training or had a late foal, and I would prefer not to breed them this coming year.

              I prefer the mare not be maiden, but would consider a maiden mare if she has proven herself through performance and/or has outstanding lines. Ideal mare has had at least one foal that has scored well at an inspection, takes and foals out easily, is 16+ hands, is a great mover, and has a great temperament!

              Although I prefer a WB, I would consider an outstanding TB mare (WB build) who is already approved with a WB registry that has proven herself.

              Age or riding soundness is not a factor, as long as the mare has many quality, happy years left – but the mare must be pasture/breeding sound.

              I would consider a longer lease or a forever home for the right mare.

              I am located in Northern Virginia – I will provide transportation for the mare, but prefer something East of the Mississippi (or there abouts).

              If requested, I will insure the mare up to an agreed upon amount.

              References available upon request.

              Please PM me.
              Sorry too green and forum challenged to know what a PM is so trying this: A friend recommended posting my WB broodmare in COH but until just now I only found the classifieds so just posted an add for my 14KT GOLD in the lease section. See also the post I just put in this forum. My mare is 15.1 but carries herself like a 16.1 that both dressage judges and others alike have not believed me and wanted to get out the tape measure. I first purchased her in 08 with the intent of her being a foundation mare , purchased purely because of her bloodlines. She had not been ridden for 3 years but I got on her non the less and about died when I felt her walk. Within a month of bringing her home we were already competing low level intro and CT and winning, I too had been out of the ring and saddle for 10 years. I had never had the pleasure of being top of the list after dressage scores before or having dressage comments such as "lovely mare" in the box. Her talented career was cut short after an old injury that I had failed to find out, came back to haunt us - every day I look at her I long to get back on. Within the short time I had her under saddle I had her out for a summer ride with the hunt and some baby green cross country for her first time, all very willingly.She was a premium foal at her own inspection. I took her to a late OLD NA inspection where she was the only maiden but took highpoint out of 12 mares despite her injuries causing less than the top quality movement she is capable of. She missed Elite mare book by only 2 points despite this I received a breeding discount to Elite imported Hanovarian, Dacaprio. I am a complete beginner at breeding but I could easily tell when she was in heat , called the vet he confirmed and she was bread the next day, took first time, saved me huge vet bills and angst. She foaled all on her own without problems- could easily have been in the field. Happily let me handle her foal immediately. Foal is a perfect blend of Dam and Sire. Her Arab side gives her good strong bone, feet and stamina for a true sport horse. I am petite so I bred to a 16 hh stallion but based on where the colt's hocks and knees are I see he will make that at least ,so her size does not hinder breeding height. The only reason that I am not selling her outright is because although she is 13 this year I hope and pray we will stop moving around one of these days and I can breed at least one more time from her- hoping for a filly next time. She has such presence and her coat gleams dapple gold with no effort ,she just takes your breath away with little polish effort. Her presence has thrown on to the foal, he has her white blaze and 4 white knee socks. Both dam and sire were chestnut but the colt may actually go dark liver.

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              • LF: pony broodmare

                Seeking a quality broodmare for a sport pony breeding program in Ontario. Excellent care with experienced breeder. Please PM me for more details.

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                • Looking for a registered section B welsh mare to purchase. Must be right up to height 13.2hh or over. We are located in Ontario, Canada.

                  Info@crownridgefarms.com
                  www.crownridgefarms.com
                  Crown Ridge Farms
                  Breeding Quality Hunter, Welsh and British Riding Ponies
                  Youngstock available for sale & Stallions at Stud
                  www.crownridgefarms.com

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                  • Well-Bred 2001 Saddlebred Mare in VA

                    Nice Saddlebred mare available for free broodmare lease on or off the farm. She has produced beautiful foals and is a good Mom. She is 15h and chestnut. She is by "My Magical Moment" who is by "Sultans Santana". Her dam is "Just Another Pretty Face" who is by "Boola Boola". She is open and ready to breed. Please email for pics and more info: thmdoyle@cs.com
                    www.willowhillequestrian.com

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                    • 1999 Riverman/Cantares broodmare

                      Originally posted by KingsCross View Post
                      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.
                      Odette is still available! Link to pictures: http://s973.photobucket.com/albums/ae217/eneffle/

                      Email: elizabeth.wilson AT aorents.com

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                      • Oldenburg approved TB mare in NJ

                        9 year old, 16H, big bodied, dark bay unraced TB mare available for free lease. Approved MMB Oldenburg NA with excellent score and inspector's comment that she "is the type of TB mare that we should be breeding." Her 2009 colt was premium and high score colt at his inspection. He is currently 15.3H at 22 months. (by a 16.2H stallion) Mare is a good mover and excellent jumper.

                        Recent photo of 2009 gelding: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?pi...&id=1223437808

                        I will try to get current photos of mare this week.

                        Mare comes from good sporthorse-type TB bloodlines. She has an excellent mind and is an easy, amateur-friendly ride. Got in foal as a maiden with frozen. Easy foaling, excellent mother. She's an easy keeper as well and sound barefoot.

                        Please PM for further information. Thank you.
                        Last edited by KnRponies; Apr. 17, 2011, 10:45 AM. Reason: typo

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                        • Fancy big Hanoverian mare in PA

                          Available for free lease, Whizzo is a 17.3h 11yr old Hanoverian mare. Successful Dressage horse to third level prior to injury in late 2007. Produced a lovely, correct 2009 filly. Has been back in consistent work since then but doubtful that she will stay sound to progress through the upper levels of dressage. By White Magic who is by Weltmyer out of Lyra by Lemon (TB).

                          Pedigree available here: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/whizzo

                          I will track down photos of the mare and take photos of the filly next week when the weather clears.

                          Please contact me for more information.

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                          • TB mare, Love Springs by Majestic Price out of Hello Spring by Satan's Orphan (by Crimson Satan). A beauty queen, 16.2 hh solid, dark bay, dressage bodied mare with incredibly kind temperament which she passes on to her offspring. I would prefer to keep her here at my home farm but would be willing to let someone use her for a breeding, either as an embryo transfer recipient or to breed her own lovely self. Just to give her something to do. Alternatively, I'd consider relactating her for a nurse mare if someone had an orphaned foal as she is an amazing mama. I have enough young horses to work with and don't think I should be creating more for myself right now. As I've never been a very good salesperson, I don't think I should breed to sell either ("Oh, I'll sell him next year. Ok, maybe next year. Well, how about next year?").

                            I have two of her sons who are both lovely, excellent minded, and athletic. One, a full TB, is coming 6, and will be starting Jumpers this spring, and the other, coming 4, is looking like more of a dressage horse (BIG, powerful, and very uphill build, his sire was a Shire cross).

                            PM me if you have any interest. Photos on request, also I can send you vids of one of the sons.

                            Thanks! Kate

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                            • del
                              Last edited by back in the saddle; Apr. 12, 2011, 09:33 PM.
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                              • Looking for hunter type WB mare for breeding (Tennessee)

                                I have picked out a few stallions and in addition to my broodmares I am looking to breed one or two more for the following year.
                                Top notch care, references available. I will be showing on the line and do the IHF program.
                                I am located in Tennessee

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                                • Main Mare Book Oldenburg N.A. for Free Breeding Lease

                                  I am offering my Main Mare Book Arabian Mare (1998) for free breeding lease for 2011 or will consider her placed with a good home for free. She has produced all premium foals, last one was high point Colt at Oldenburg N.A. Inspection. She is a very easy breeder has always taken first time. She is a Khemosabi grand daughter and a Kharbon Bey V grand daugter. We are not going to be breeding anymore and I really want a special place for this awesome mare.....

                                  Located in Northern Virginia : ameribritfarm@verizon.net
                                  Last edited by whinny123; Apr. 9, 2011, 07:31 PM.

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                                  • Hi!
                                    I am looking for a free lease on a broodmare or to give one a great forever home.
                                    I am in Connecticut. Please PM me ...
                                    thanks!
                                    Silene

                                    http://www.stixandstonessporthorses.com

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                                    • Looking for MMB Hanovarian or OLD mare

                                      My trainer is looking to add a good quality warmblood mare to her breeding program. Free lease to breed or a forever home possible. Prefer MMB Hanoverian, but OLD, Dutch or HOL acceptable.

                                      She'd prefer a mare that is not maiden. 16.2-17.1 hands. Old style, heavier build is OK. MUST have excellent temperament and be breeding sound. It does not matter if mare is not riding sound.

                                      MaMare's post of Poesy sounded perfect, but we were too late.

                                      Located near Tryon,NC
                                      Last edited by mtngirl; Apr. 21, 2011, 11:00 PM.
                                      A poorly fitted saddle hampers both horse and rider.
                                      https://www.facebook.com/Talley-Ho-Saddle-Services

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                                      • Originally posted by mtngirl View Post
                                        MaMare's post of Poesy sounded perfect, but we were too late.
                                        Located near Tryon,NC

                                        Sorry guys, it appears that Miss Poesy is coming to Iron Horse Farm!
                                        Holly
                                        www.ironhorsefrm.com
                                        Oldenburg foals and young prospects
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                                        • That's odd

                                          I looked at her and was told she was not going to part...
                                          http://www.marinfarmsporthorses.com

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