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post #11 of 19 Old 07-07-2013, 07:54 PM
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I stopped breeding a few years ago, but here were a couple of my favorite broodmares...

Sassy... Bbf a Little Sassy Appaloosa



Freckle... One Freckle Appaloosa

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post #12 of 19 Old 07-08-2013, 08:05 AM
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latvian warmblood

This is my broodmare Smaile, born in 2000. She is a latvian warmblood though has lots of trakhener and thoroughbred in her. When I bought her she has had foaled 4 foals. She was my riding and competition horse for couple of years but since she has respiratory problems it got too hard for her so she is back in breeding - this year she gave birth to a wonderful colt.

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This is her first foal - Luvra, born in 2004. She is a breeding mare at the moment.

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This is her second foal Kaliostro, born in 2006, he is a gelding and lives in Finland. He has done both - shojumping and dressage at novice level.

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Raskanio, born in 2007. He is approved stallion, have competed up to 120cm. He`s new owner is a junior rider, so we`ll see where his career goes from this.

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Smaile also had foal at 2008. - Lady Black Velvet, but unfortunately I have no pictures with her in this computer. So this is her last foal for no - Caldelero S.

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post #13 of 19 Old 07-08-2013, 09:01 AM
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My maiden mare, Delicia (Donnerschwee x Sao Paulo x Sandro) a 17hh 11 year old mare 54 days in foal to Amour G.





The day she was scanned in foal



Before becoming a broodmare she was:
1) a Model


2) My dressage horse competing medium working advanced


3)My hacking partner
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post #14 of 19 Old 07-08-2013, 04:53 PM
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Smaile I note you ha d breathing problems with your beautiful broodmare. I also note the lush grass she appears to be grazing. You might want to take a look at the following
Calm Healthy Horses - The problem with grass!


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post #15 of 19 Old 07-09-2013, 04:52 AM
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Smaile I note you ha d breathing problems with your beautiful broodmare. I also note the lush grass she appears to be grazing. You might want to take a look at the following
Calm Healthy Horses - The problem with grass!
This is a very interesting theory, never heard of anything like that. Though I looked up some more info and I highly doubt that this could be the case. Though vet couldn`t tell me what exactly causes her heavy breathing, we know for sure it is an allergy to some dusts, hay etc. She can not live in the stable - even after one day she gets so sick that it sounds like she is dying. For the past 5 years she is living 24/7 outside, I`m giving her some syrups from time to time, though they doesn`t help very much. But in most of the time she breathes good, just not good for a competition horse - it is very hot in summers here, I felt it was too hard for her to compete at that heat.
But thank you for this information - it might be very useful in future. :)
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Lady is NICE. She's my kinda horse. I certainly wouldn't turn any of your girls away :)
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Thanks, and for a maiden mare she "read the book" and had a perfect pregnancy and foaling. Here they are only 30 minutes after Buckshot was born.

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Thanks, and for a maiden mare she "read the book" and had a perfect pregnancy and foaling. Here they are only 30 minutes after Buckshot was born.

So did Chilly thankfully. 337 day maiden pregnancy. Everything was a piece of pie for her.
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post #18 of 19 Old 07-11-2013, 08:57 PM
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Freya - maiden mare 341 day pregnancy, perfect foaling producing a carbon copy of herself, and is just a great mum. Love her

I am her eyes. She is my wings. I am her voice. She is my spirit. I am her human. She is my horse.
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I am her eyes. She is my wings. I am her voice. She is my spirit. I am her human. She is my horse.
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