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    04-07-2008, 02:48 AM
Originally Posted by misita
wow, gorgeous stallion! I'm sure i've seen him at one of the shows...

Really pretty

Thank you. Are you in California? I've shown he quite a bit in the breed shows in Rancho Murietta, Elk Grove, and Los Angelos Equestrian Center. He's done very well, 5 champion ribbons and 2 Res. Champ. Now begins the true test in performance. He's just starting here.
Yeah, I go to a lot of shows in Elk grove and the Rancho Murieta shows. Also the Starr Vaughn shows. Really nice facilities. Wow! That's a lot of champion winnings!
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    04-15-2008, 08:30 PM
Bravo breeding special!

I'm always a day late and a dollar short!

I just visited your web-site. Your horses appear to have not only a gorgeous environment to grow and develop, but your goals complete that. Bravo is a very impressive stallion.

Unfortunately I was a bit gun shy of transported semen for this year. After countless $$ in vet bills following the past two years of attempts-- with low sperm counts and low motility, and consequently no foals, well, I was frustrated. Consequently I chose a local stallion and just picked up my mare today (in foal).

I plan visit you site regularly to keep up with Bravo's progress this year, and will definitely keep him in mind for the '09 breeding season.

I will be in contact.
    04-16-2008, 02:24 AM
Thank you for your kindness. Do check back. I'll be posting his 2008 foals when they start arriving.

And, If the economy doesn't improve, I'll probably have sales on him from time to time. It's just such a rough time financilly for all of us and Bravo, being such a youngster, needs to get some nice babies on the ground.


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