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  • Who is breeding to Sir Gregory?

    My DeLaurentis three year old out of a W line mare is getting bred to him tomorrow. I was very impressed with this young son of Sir Donnerhall out of a Don Gregory mare. Check out his video on Dreamscape Farm's website. Was wondering if any other COTHers plan to bred to him this year.

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    Bred a mare to him almost two weeks ago. Fingers crossed she will be in foal on the 14 day check!
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    • #3
      Have plans to breed one to him this year as well! He looks gorgeous in his photos and video!
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      • #4
        I bred my mare to him and we check her on may 1st. Fingers crossed!

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        • #5
          We are planning to in June It would be to my Welsh Cob mare. Should be an interesting cross. I'm excited
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          • #6
            We are breeding to him but the mare isn't due until early June, so it will be a while yet. Very excited about it though!!!
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            • #7
              We are getting ready to breed him to our Royal Prince mare hopefully in the next week or so.
              Last edited by Lesley Feakins; Apr. 25, 2010, 01:41 PM.
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              • #8
                I do not breed but do buy young horses fairly regularly. I am not breeding anyone to him, but did click on a link to his video from Dressagedaily and WOW! Beautiful gaits and just the sweetest face. I certainly would love to have one just like him--I think he would be such a great choice. I also love DeLaurentis offspring--super temperaments and beautiful trot. Can't wait to see how that cross turns out!

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                • #9
                  We are thinking about putting our Fabuleux x Winterprinz mare to him.

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                  • #10
                    I saw him in person and all I can say is WOW!! He is ABSOLUTELY BREATHTAKING!!! I haven't had that with a stallion in a reallllly long time. If I had a mare to breed right now, I know who I would breed to.

                    Maybe I need to borrow a mare LOL

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                    • #11
                      I am leasing a Rio Grande x TB mare this year after she foals. She will (hopefully) go to Sir Gregory. He is really stunning.

                      The owners of this mare have seen SG under saddle in Germany and say he is really and truly special. They were planning on breeding this mare to SG, but decided to lease her to me (and I will breed to him).
                      Kris
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                      • #12
                        I'm another big fan, and have a booking for my SPS Eiger / Wenzel mare (due to foal within 10 days - so a June breeding)
                        He gives me shivers.
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                        • #13
                          Just bred to him this morning. Keeping our fingers crossed for a positive check in 14 days.
                          Also just have to add, Jennifer is wonderful to work with. Nothing seems to be too much trouble...even late requests for semen!
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Sunnydays View Post
                            I'm another big fan, and have a booking for my SPS Eiger / Wenzel mare (due to foal within 10 days - so a June breeding)
                            He gives me shivers.
                            Oh now THAT's what I call a luscious match! But I am ever-so-partial to that mare...
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                              UPDATE

                              Today I found out that my three year old DeLaurentis filly is in foal to Sir Gregory. She took the first time round. What a good maiden mare. I am thrilled and can't wait to see this foal.
                              Now I can concentrate on getting her ready for the MPT that is scheduled for July.

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by Sunnydays View Post
                                I'm another big fan, and have a booking for my SPS Eiger / Wenzel mare (due to foal within 10 days - so a June breeding)
                                He gives me shivers.
                                Is he approved Hanno?
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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by imajacres View Post
                                  Is he approved Hanno?
                                  No, GOV
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                                    hhm, ok thanks
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                                    • #19
                                      I am! Have spoken for two breedings to Sir Gregory! We are just getting going on the breeding season here in the frozen tundra of Vermont. Waiting for our first foal of the season by Banderas. Mare is getting ready and I have her on the monitor as we speak!

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                                      • #20
                                        Thanks to Jennifer (if SO awards would exist, she would be the winner hands down), we've bred one of our mare to him today. Now we just have to wait and see! Fingers are crossed!
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