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post #11 of 35 Old 11-04-2012, 08:39 PM Thread Starter
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Keep them coming please. :) I'm making a list.
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post #12 of 35 Old 11-05-2012, 09:17 PM Thread Starter
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Here is a list of the stallions I've heard of and suggested.

He Thinks he's Special





All Time Fancy



Almost Too Fancy



By Appointment Only



Indian Warpath



John Simon




Special Invitation



Invite The Artist



Does anyone have a favorite?

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I am in LOVE with All Time Fancy! I'm planning on breeding my mare to him in a few years. Can't wait!
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All Time Fancy is pretty nice. I really like He Thinks He's Special and Invite The Artist. :)
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I'm quite partial to John Simon and Invite The Artist. He Thinks He's Special has funky hind legs, I think he's camped out and his hindquarter is shaped funny. Think of it this way, if he was solid bay would he still be a stallion? Probably not. The others are nice too. I really like John Simon.
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Whoa, I love By Appointment Only and Invite the Artist. Nice horses!
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I'm quite partial to John Simon and Invite The Artist. He Thinks He's Special has funky hind legs, I think he's camped out and his hindquarter is shaped funny. Think of it this way, if he was solid bay would he still be a stallion? Probably not. The others are nice too. I really like John Simon.
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I just rather seen where you seen where he was camped out. His hidquarters are funny because of he's camped out. I can see where it would make a difference it they weren't. Do anyone know what causes camp besides breeding it?
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The hind legs are essentially too long, from what I understand. I could be wrong, though. It's a fault that I would avoid breeding, I do know that.
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I just inquired on Invite The Artist and received an untouched conformation picture. :)
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