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    03-25-2009, 03:31 PM
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Foal
Pacific - outstanding black warmblood stallion at stud

Offering special rates for approved mares and ponies!!
Pacific is a young, stunning, true black approved AWR and NASPR warmblood stallion. He has some of the most highly sought after Trakehner bloodlines with Enrico Caruso as his grandsire and Pilgrim on the sire's side.
Pacific is being geared towards an FEI career in dressage and is also being developed as a showjumper. He has excellent gaits with clear suspension and excellent swing through his back. He is a very naturally balanced and agile stallion and is showing quite a lot of scope and flexibility in his jumping.
He will be showing in both dressage and in showjumping this year. I recommend Pacific for larger mares and for pony mares due to his compact size. Pacific stands 15.2hh at present, will make 15.3hh. His temperment is excellent, he is very friendly and happy, and is always willing to work and stays totally focused on the rider.
See
www.osjs.com

Or
www.millcreektrakehners.com

for more information.
     
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    03-25-2009, 06:32 PM
  #2
Showing
Do you advertise with Gaitpost? Every time I see an ad for Pacific (I believe the picture this month was of the stallion jumping a brightly-colored oxer, taken from the front? My memory wants to say the poles were square, and mostly yellow, but I could be wrong..) I mean to ask you if that's your stallion!
So.. is it?

ETA - If you're looking for more ways to advertise, this is a great site, and they have printed material and DVDs featuring the stallions as well http://www.stallionguide.ca/sport_horse.php
     
    03-25-2009, 08:43 PM
  #3
Foal
Yes, that is him thanks for that link...
     
    03-25-2009, 09:28 PM
  #4
Showing
Very neat. He is a wonderful stallion - if I had a mare, he'd be up there on my list :) Best of luck filling his book this year!
     
    03-28-2009, 02:29 PM
  #5
Foal
Thanks a lot! Just wanted to add, we are open to all breeds, but there are discounts for approved mares (approved with RPSI, CWHBA, CTHS, NASPR, and AWR)
There is also a 1/2 price breeding available on the SHN payback site. Doesn't have to be an arabian mare to buy it from there....
     
    03-28-2009, 02:40 PM
  #6
Started
What is NASPR? And CWHBA, CTHS?
Thanks.
     
    03-28-2009, 02:56 PM
  #7
Started
Also - just a thought on the stud fees - not saying the horse isn't worth it but in this market you may want to consider decreasing from $1200 as that seems like quite a bit for an unproven stallion. In comparison, Edelweiss Du Bonce (registered/licensed Selle Francais NA, approved/licensed Old Verband, Belgian Warmblood) is a successful international GP dressage horse with a proven record both in Europe and the United States, and his regular stud fee is $1500 with a current special going on for only $350 (yes, including the booking fees!!!). The other Avalon Stallions are also impressive, and LA Express (licensed/approved CSHA, RPSI) is also available for $350 this year - normally $850, and Mannhattan (registered/licensed Old NA, approved/licensed Old Verband (in 2009), ISR, Belgian Warmblood) is only $500 - normally $1500 and he's been through the 100 day test and competed at the upper levels of show jumping with successfully competing offspring that are also licensed/approved studs (Morocco - competing successfully at PSG dressage, approved/licensed Old NA, BWP NA, RPSI stud fee $1850).

Here's the info just to give you a price comparison as in this market I think it may be hard to get a young stud booked for such a high price. Just trying to be helpful for you to book more mares and help make a name for your stallion.
2008 Pre-Season Special
The link should read 2009 just FYI the special is current not sure why it says 2008 lol sorry about that!
     
    03-28-2009, 03:39 PM
  #8
Foal
NASPR is the north american sport pony registry
CWHBA is the Canadian Warmblood horse breeders association
CTHS is the Canadian trakehner horse society

Thanks for the info, I am aware of Kathy's breeding specials and that's great that she can afford to offer that to breeders. My stud fee is flexible for approved mares/ponies - in fact it is listed 1/2 price.
     
    03-28-2009, 10:40 PM
  #9
Showing
Best of luck for your 2009 breeding season! I might pass along your info to my old trainer that now owns my amazing TB mare.
Not sure if she wants to get back into breeding, but I will mention it to her :)
     
    03-29-2009, 01:15 PM
  #10
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Quote:
Originally Posted by cheekyhorse    
NASPR is the north american sport pony registry
CWHBA is the Canadian Warmblood horse breeders association
CTHS is the Canadian trakehner horse society

Thanks for the info, I am aware of Kathy's breeding specials and that's great that she can afford to offer that to breeders. My stud fee is flexible for approved mares/ponies - in fact it is listed 1/2 price.
Cool cool like I said he's a very nice horse! Good luck with him. I think he'd make some excellent sport ponies!!!!
     

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