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post #31 of 111 Old 12-17-2009, 09:56 PM
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Shiloh is going to finish at 16hh so she is a big Rocky. Then there is my little Vida who is 14.3hh I think the breed standard is not over 16hh and not less than 14.2hh
16 hand max 14.2 minimum with the exception of fillys certified before they're 3 yrs old, and they can be no shorter then 14.0 hands...

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post #32 of 111 Old 02-16-2010, 07:30 PM
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this needs a bump to the top...

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post #33 of 111 Old 03-03-2010, 01:37 PM
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bought another horse sunday...picking him up saturday...

Stud Grandsired by Nuncio on top and Grandsired by Ginger on the bottom...

We will see how long he stays a stud and how long we keep him...

Great gait and easy going Nuncio attitude...



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post #34 of 111 Old 03-03-2010, 04:46 PM
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This was my last Rocky, Teddy.

By Smokey McGuire and out of Volz's Sugar

He was a gaitin machine, too forward for me though.

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post #35 of 111 Old 03-03-2010, 04:47 PM
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For the record.. that woman isnt me. :P It's my dad's ex.
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post #36 of 111 Old 03-03-2010, 07:04 PM Thread Starter
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Volz' has some really nice stock. My old mare Dolly was originally Volz' Dolly.
And yes they are very forward movers. Finally at the ripe old age of 21 (someone needs to tell her that) she does move slower if you keep her behind someone.
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post #37 of 111 Old 03-03-2010, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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bought another horse sunday...picking him up saturday...

Stud Grandsired by Nuncio on top and Grandsired by Ginger on the bottom...

We will see how long he stays a stud and how long we keep him...

Great gait and easy going Nuncio attitude...



Nate

Our boy just turned a year and hasn't dropped yet. He is getting to that squirrely stage where he wants to see what he can get a way with. This little guy gaits, does not trot when he moves quickly. He looks smooth as silk. Can't wait til spring and he sheds the ugly fuzzies he has.

I will be very interested in his temperament as he gets older. If he behaves we may keep him a stud and sell him if he turns out to be worthwhile breeding stock. If not he will meet the vet.
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post #38 of 111 Old 03-04-2010, 03:26 PM
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Our boy just turned a year and hasn't dropped yet. He is getting to that squirrely stage where he wants to see what he can get a way with. This little guy gaits, does not trot when he moves quickly. He looks smooth as silk. Can't wait til spring and he sheds the ugly fuzzies he has.

I will be very interested in his temperament as he gets older. If he behaves we may keep him a stud and sell him if he turns out to be worthwhile breeding stock. If not he will meet the vet.
My little red chocolate is getting that way, he's learning really quick what he can and can not do, be a yearling in may and bosses and picks on the Freisian he's in the field with...

And I havnt broke him the news yet that when he drops he will be meeting the vet, or I may let him keep them untill he is done training so he builds good muscle and keeps a pissy attitude...

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post #39 of 111 Old 03-04-2010, 04:02 PM
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I love the Rocky Mountain and Kentucky Mountain horses! If I ever buy another horse it will be gaited! I think they are gorgeous!

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post #40 of 111 Old 03-04-2010, 04:48 PM
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Oh, you just had to ask for pics and vids didn't you,lol.


Me riding Brandys RoseBud. RMH/KMH


Me n my boy Legends Captain Jack, first under saddle class.

Legends Storm Traveler. Jacks sire and an unbelievable gentleman


Legends Knight Stalker. 2 yr old smoky black stud colt I've been training out of Cocoa Pebbles and Little Eagles Cornstalk.
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