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    04-09-2008, 05:12 PM
  #1
Yearling
Studs for moo :)

I just had a quick look at a few studs, tell me what you think...
1)“Liberace” ( Lord Liberty G x Vichy )

16.1hh Black Oldenburg Stallion

Offering top blood lines for both Dressage and Show jumping

Competing at Prix St George level and winning many jumping competitions

Full brother to Gisowatt Liberty International / Olympic Show jumper

Homozygous black - Exceptional mover



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http://www.stanhopesodwig.com/

I any one wants to look on Horsequest.co.uk for me :) lol
     
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    04-09-2008, 08:08 PM
  #2
Showing
If Moomoo is a pony (from what I remember, she is) DO NOT breed to a big horse, like that first stud.. and the second one actually. The baby might be too big for her to foal out, and could even kill her. Stick to breeding close to her height.

I will look around for studs. Are you willing to breed via Artificial Insemination, or do you want live cover? What is your proce range?

Here's a nice looking pony stud, that's preforming well in show rings:
http://equine.com/Stallions/ad_detai...6-f3866949024c


.. I'll post more later
     

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