I never re-posted, sorry xD I was so ticked off about that post...I put a lot of research into it and ofcourse didnt save it, so I'm having to re-look everything up. *sigh*
Here he is!
Lilliput Acres Show Me the Bucks (Spider) Lilliput Acres Miniature Horses
The website doesnt give a huge amount of information on him, but its the only one I could find. Sounds like he's pretty versitile, which is nice. I love Sour to death and she's starting to make a very nice driving pony, but she wouldn't stand a chance at a halter show. He has some pretty nice babies too, which is nice. I wish they had him color tested though.
Here's his pedigree- Lilliput Acres Show Me The Bucks Miniature
and what show record I can find of him:
1999 AMHR National Champion Stallion Foal 30" and under ( Unanaimous)
1999 AMHR National Junior CHampion Stallion-Under
1999 AMHR Reserve Grand Champion Stallion-Under (Unanimous)
2000 AMHR National Champion Youth Stallion-Under ( Unanimous)
2000 AMHR Top Ten Amateur Stallion-Under
2000 AMHR Top Ten Futurity
(Not shown in open classes in 2000 )
2001 AMHR Top Ten Futurity (only class shown in that year)
- 2002 AMHR Reserve National Champion Futurity Pleasure Driving-Under
- 2002 AMHR Top Ten Ladies Pleasure Driving-Under
- 2002 AMHR Top Five 3 Year Old Futurity Halter Stallion-Under
Pretty nice boy, from the looks of it ^_^
Sky- thats very possible o.o I suppose I'd be a bit grumpy if my preggo-belly was being squeezed too ;)
MH and equiniphile - thanks for the information. I'll probably just ground drive her and maybe do a few leisure rides in the cart with her until a week or two before her due date, and continue to lunge her walk-trot. I'd hate to see all of that conditioning go to waste. When should I start working her again after she foals? Ideally I'd still like to use her in our fundraising month in October, but if I'm going to do that she needs atleast another two solid months in training.
Vanilla- haha, nope! Unfortunately its Sour, the one and only x] Oh boy!
Kayella- Whoo! I'm definitely hoping for a colt, although I don't be devestated by a filly. I just have enough mares to handle already and a nice little gelding would be lovely!