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    01-29-2011, 10:15 PM
  #1
Foal
Warmblood Stallion

Hello!

So I am looking to breed my Thoroughbred mare in the next two years or so, depending on my pony club ratings and how she progresses through them ( I am hoping to do my B on her in about a year and a half). She is 16.1 hands, has good bone and a great mind. I have competed in flat and o/f with her, and mainly want to focus on jumpers this year.

I am looking for a warmblood stallion, color does not matter one bit to me, only getting a quality foal. I am looking for a stallion with a great neck/shoulder attachment, nice hip angles, a strong hind end and good hock angles as well. I would like the stallion to be a proven jumper, but also have great movement. I am deffinatly looking to compete in jumpers, hunters do not interest me much, though if the stallion does hunters and the offspring are athletic, I am open to them. Height wise, I would like the stallion to be 16.2 hands at the least. As far as breed, I love hanoverians and dutch warmbloods but am open to others as well. Price range is max $3,000.

I do live in Alaska, and there are no stallions up here that I would even consider breeding to, so I would have to do AI, prefferably fresh cooled, not frozen.

I have thought about all of my options. Going to the auction or adopting is not an option for me up here, as there are no auctions.

Here are a few that I have thought about -

1. Mezcalero
2. Mirabeau
3. Consul - not sure, he has great offspring, but doesnt compete much.
4. Cabardino - I know he is a hunter stallion
5. Redwine - Again, a hunter stallion
6. Don de marco - not so sure, love his movement, but he is not a jumper.


Thank you so much!

Ps. Ill post pics soon
     
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    01-29-2011, 10:41 PM
  #2
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These are all older pics from last summer (around july). Let me know if you need any other info!
     
    01-29-2011, 11:17 PM
  #3
Showing
She's a great mare, I'm glad you're thinking of things other than color and cuteness in a stallion! Here's a few I found.

I like this one, he has nice conformation and has done eventing, dressage, hunters, and is best at jumpers.
International Grand Prix Jumper Stallion At Stud | Equine.com

This one has also done hunters, jumpers, and dressage. I love his conformation, he's very solid-looking. His movement is to die for! Definitely my favorite of all of these....I wouldn't mind breeding Molly to him in a few years
Sir Wanabi - Black Hanoverian Stallion | Equine.com

Again, hunters, jumpers, and dressage. I'd like to see a conformation picture of him, but he has nice form over fences.
Gorgeous Imported Hanoverian stallion. | Equine.com

Another hunter and jumper:
Grand Prix Showjumping Stallion at Stud | Equine.com

Jumper/eventing/dressage, looks a bit hotter than the others but still a great horse:
LASSICO | Equine.com

Dressage, jumper, this guy's been psoted all over this forum. A bit older:
Winner - Fabulous 17.1hh Polish WB stallion - GP winner and producer! | Equine.com

Dressage, jumper, eventer. Gorgeous to boot
champion stallion at stud, world class sire, eventer, jumper, dressage! | Equine.com
     
    01-29-2011, 11:49 PM
  #4
Started
Winner or GG. But you might have to ship to them if you wanted to breed her to GG to get a reg tb. I'd go with Winner bc he's a proven jumper and so are most of his offspring
     
    01-30-2011, 02:07 AM
  #5
Started
One of the things I would do, when you find a few stallions you like, send an e-mail with confo pics of your girl, and ask them their opinion, who they think would be the best cross with her, what you want to do with the foal, ect ect. Hilltop farms is one that a breeder friend uses, and she said that the owners will give you a true idea of who would be the best cross, and if not one of theirs, what lines to maybe look at. They breed a lot of Oldenburgs, but I believe they do other breeds as well.
     
    01-30-2011, 08:27 AM
  #6
Weanling
Thanks for mentioning Winner Equiniphile Erin and Jasper!

He really is a lovely stallion in every possible way and as well as competing in and winning in big Grand Prix's over in Europe, he has also offspring that have competed and are still competing at the same GP level ...

Here are a few Winner offspring - the first one - Prezent - is out of a full TB mare:












And one that is an event horse:



And a couple that are hunters:






He is a Gold Premium CSHA stallion and he will be presented to RPSI this year as well

Good luck in your decision!

And a few pictures of Winner as well:



And:



And:



And:



All of his offspring seem to have a healthy respect for the rails and jump with their knees up around their ears or chin somewhere! So its interesting to see that the biomechanics for rotating that shoulder and forearm up are present in every single one of his offspring, plus they seem to have the scope and the desire to jump the big jumps as well ...

More can be seen at:

Winner Jumper Offspring Photos
     
    04-04-2011, 01:27 PM
  #7
Foal
Special Breeding Offer

WATCH OUT is a 2003 imported Dutch Warmblood stallion whom is bred classically with a modern type while still maintaining balanced blood and ridability.
His sire BALOU DU ROUET Z is the son of BALOUBET DU ROUET who is the best performing stallion of all time. BALOUBET DU ROUET has won three consecutive World Cup finals, two Olympic medals including the individual gold medal at the 2004 Athens Olympic games with Rodrigo Pessoa.

WATCH OUT's dams sire, INDOCTRO, is a foundation sire who continues to prove his lineage's reputation as progenitors of performance horses. His offspring are becoming known for their jumping ability and he is continuously represented at the World Championships for Young Jumping Horses.

In 2007 WATCH OUT was champion of the Canadian Warmblood stallion performance testing with a 10 for willingness. He also achieved the accomplishment of being the first stallion EVER to be the first to win both the jumping and dressage portion of the test.

WATCH OUT is currently competing very successfully on the A-circuit at venues such as Spruce Meadows in the 1.20m-1.30m divisions with a professional as well as with his amateur owner.
As a five year old, Watch Out competed at the Sacramento international horse show with a 16 year old girl in the children's classes with clear rounds everyday.

WATCH OUT stamps his foals with excellent minds, chrome and elasticity as well as jumping technique.
Watch Out is a must for every breeding program.

Special Breeding Offer For North/Central B.C

Being based in North/Central B.C we know how difficult it is to be competitive in the horse show business.A major difficulty is transportation and the time and costs incurrred.Because of this Cobblehill Jumpers would like to offer our fellow northerners an opportunity to breed to a high performance stallion at a special rate.
Watch Out will be standing in Prince George for most of April and May this year.If you are considering breeding to this top quality stallion,please contact us for more information on this time limited special opportunity.
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    04-04-2011, 03:50 PM
  #8
Green Broke
I love the last stallion Equiniphile posted.


I'm planning on breeding him to my TB mare in the future. His name is Cicera's Icewater!
     
    04-04-2011, 08:31 PM
  #9
Foal
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Originally Posted by Cobble Hill Jumpers    
WATCH OUT is a 2003 imported Dutch Warmblood stallion whom is bred classically with a modern type while still maintaining balanced blood and ridability.
His sire BALOU DU ROUET Z is the son of BALOUBET DU ROUET who is the best performing stallion of all time. BALOUBET DU ROUET has won three consecutive World Cup finals, two Olympic medals including the individual gold medal at the 2004 Athens Olympic games with Rodrigo Pessoa.

WATCH OUT's dams sire, INDOCTRO, is a foundation sire who continues to prove his lineage's reputation as progenitors of performance horses. His offspring are becoming known for their jumping ability and he is continuously represented at the World Championships for Young Jumping Horses.

In 2007 WATCH OUT was champion of the Canadian Warmblood stallion performance testing with a 10 for willingness. He also achieved the accomplishment of being the first stallion EVER to be the first to win both the jumping and dressage portion of the test.

WATCH OUT is currently competing very successfully on the A-circuit at venues such as Spruce Meadows in the 1.20m-1.30m divisions with a professional as well as with his amateur owner.
As a five year old, Watch Out competed at the Sacramento international horse show with a 16 year old girl in the children's classes with clear rounds everyday.

WATCH OUT stamps his foals with excellent minds, chrome and elasticity as well as jumping technique.
Watch Out is a must for every breeding program.

Special Breeding Offer For North/Central B.C

Being based in North/Central B.C we know how difficult it is to be competitive in the horse show business.A major difficulty is transportation and the time and costs incurrred.Because of this Cobblehill Jumpers would like to offer our fellow northerners an opportunity to breed to a high performance stallion at a special rate.
Watch Out will be standing in Prince George for most of April and May this year.If you are considering breeding to this top quality stallion,please contact us for more information on this time limited special opportunity.
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