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  • what's in your semen tanks?

    That you want to sell? Do you have a dose of this or that that you have decided to sell. I am just getting into this frozen breeding thing and am looking for various stallions to have on hand. I particularly am interested in dressage and jumpers but others here may also be interested, so telling me about hunters is OK too, for others to see.
    Thanks

  • #2
    Good topic! I just bought a new tank, and now the temptation to fill it is looming. LOLOLOL!!!

    Residents include
    Parco
    Lingh
    Sancho
    Goodtimes
    Rhodium
    Furstenreich
    Van Gogh v. Numero Uno
    Ruiz Soler

    Licotus is on order.

    Only challenge I can see is shipping, unless you or the person you are buying from has a vapor shipper.
    ETA or you find one to rent/borrow.

    Would really love to add
    As di Villagana
    Jupiter

    Several of the VDL stallions and more and more.... I just need to get braver about using the stuff!
    Last edited by sixpoundfarm; Feb. 12, 2010, 08:07 PM.
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    • #3
      I'm fortunate to have a repro-vet who stores mine for me. I actually have "extra" doses now that I'm looking to re-home, from dressage sires Hotline (Hofrat/DeNiro), San Rubin (Sandro Hit/Rubinstein) and Rosario (Rubinstein / Castro) All good semen - and all sires who make great babies, with the right mare.
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      • #4
        I've got

        Donnerwelt (Donnerhall-World Cup I- Bolero)

        Rotspon

        Apollon (Knabstrupper)

        Mascarpone (1 dose) (Cremello German Warmblood)
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        • #5
          We dont have our own tank yet but store at the Repro Vet clinic.
          We have Cordini, so far. Looking to add, not sell...
          Last edited by Springlake1; Feb. 9, 2010, 11:51 AM. Reason: typo

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          • #6
            Have in storage at my vet's.........

            Budweiser

            Ex Libris

            Contendro

            looking to rehome
            Holly
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            • #7
              Holly, Sunnydays,
              Would you guys PM me the prices & doses, plse?
              TIA
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              • #8
                I have 2 doses of Michelangelo stored at a repro clinic, looking for a new home. The mare I bought it for ended up not being a frozen candidate and my other mare is to closely related to Michelangelo. Go figure.

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                • #9
                  Please... Please... stop... tempting... me...
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                  • #10
                    Interesting topic!

                    Hoping to have Canadian Kid available at some point (and once we get the tank, I'm sure we'll be happy to help others re-home some!)
                    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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                    • #11
                      baloubet
                      cassini ii
                      contender
                      corland
                      icewater
                      lasino

                      not desparate to sell any. just showing off.

                      Hidden Pearl Farm

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                      • #12
                        You might want to check out Uncouth BB as well to see what is available: http://uncouthbb.com/forum/viewforum...8f319befd7044e
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by punky View Post
                          I have 2 doses of Michelangelo stored at a repro clinic, looking for a new home. The mare I bought it for ended up not being a frozen candidate and my other mare is to closely related to Michelangelo. Go figure.
                          EH Michealangelo? Trakehner?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ne1 View Post
                            baloubet
                            cassini ii
                            contender
                            corland
                            icewater
                            lasino

                            not desparate to sell any. just showing off.

                            mmmmmmmmmmmm Contender...............yummy
                            Holly
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                            • #15
                              well, hopefully I will have an extra Fleetwater Opposition at the end of the season! I may look to place it with a good home, but I wont know until April or so.

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                              • #16
                                Sorry, yes it is the trak stallion EH Michelangelo.

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                                • #17
                                  This is a bit of a spinoff - but why does it cost so, so, so much to ship frozen semen?
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                                  • #18
                                    Originally posted by toomanyponies View Post
                                    This is a bit of a spinoff - but why does it cost so, so, so much to ship frozen semen?
                                    I wasn't aware that it does!

                                    I rented a dry shipper for $50. Had it Fed Ex ground shipped to the vet that was storing the semen (west coast about $50) and then shipped from the West Coast overnite to my vet (around $100). So I gues I don't think $200 is so,so, so much $$. I bred to a stallion last year that the collection fee was more than that
                                    Holly
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                                    • #19
                                      Benidetto, Wynton and OOseven in my tank from last year. And a bunch of Angus bulls. Going to keep these. Just wanted to chime in.
                                      Am jealous about the poster who has Contender in their tank!
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                                      • #20
                                        Originally posted by ne1 View Post
                                        contender

                                        Oh my... you are VERY lucky
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