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post #21 of 58 Old 10-01-2013, 10:25 PM
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In all honesty, I would just send her to me.
BUT, if you are going to breed I would stay purebred. HG Esquire, Magic Aulrab, and Kalaoch (pure polish Piaff son) I think would be great crosses. Capt Hans Solo is another one.
I also agree if you breed-- go PB. Your mare is very well bred. There are plenty of more European type/substantive Arabs out there. I prefer that type myself-- as if you couldn't tell with my Arabians.. .
Esquire is a favorite of mine and Aulrab is also one to produce bone and substance. Many of the Polish lines have that to draw on.

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Something like that... ( not him, gelding lol). A solid 15.2 hands, bit more dish to the face tho, but definitely that frame. And movement.
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post #23 of 58 Old 10-02-2013, 12:18 AM Thread Starter
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I like Esquire and Kalaoch. Have made up my mind after reading these responses that I need to contact a professional Arabian breeder and have her bred once to pass on her genes. Wonder if it's attractive, or even legal, to make a deal that the breeder could keep the foal as long as if anything happened to where the foal would end up in any trouble it would come back to me. Also want to find a professional training facility willing to work with the mare's permanent trainer, located somewhere on the East coasr and specializing in getting Arabians under saddle, gently. I need help to turn Sophie into the sport horse I know she can be. I want her to live up to her full potential. She is a very special horse that just needs a chance to show the world literally what she's made of thanks to the genius and hard work of her breeder. While Sophie is still 8 yrs old breeding might just be an option in her case. Looks like PB is the only way to go.
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Sounds like a plan.
I would get her trained first, showing what she can do, then give her the baby break.
Can't help you with trainers in your area, but it sounds like you already have a capable one.
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post #25 of 58 Old 10-02-2013, 11:07 AM
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I had to google him. What a hunk of horse!

But I really like Kalaoch!
I love Solo. Came very close to buying him. LOL
Kalaoch is incredible. His owner has a great Ecaho daughter in foal to him and I keep telling her to ship her this way but so far she is being stubborn. Bugger. LOL
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East Coast is a large area, but I do know a phenomenal place in MA if that would work.
Lovely mare.
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post #27 of 58 Old 10-02-2013, 12:18 PM
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I like Esquire and Kalaoch. Have made up my mind after reading these responses that I need to contact a professional Arabian breeder and have her bred once to pass on her genes. Wonder if it's attractive, or even legal, to make a deal that the breeder could keep the foal as long as if anything happened to where the foal would end up in any trouble it would come back to me. Also want to find a professional training facility willing to work with the mare's permanent trainer, located somewhere on the East coasr and specializing in getting Arabians under saddle, gently. I need help to turn Sophie into the sport horse I know she can be. I want her to live up to her full potential. She is a very special horse that just needs a chance to show the world literally what she's made of thanks to the genius and hard work of her breeder. While Sophie is still 8 yrs old breeding might just be an option in her case. Looks like PB is the only way to go.
Kalaloch is a very nice horse and his owner is working hard to promote him in all the right ways. She's also setting herself up in such a way that the foals of the horse are eligible for certain money programs, if shown. He'll produce some quality foals.
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I like the push Kalaoch's breeder is giving to turn the foals into performance horses. I think that improves Kalaoch's brand and also makes the foals less likely to end up in dire straights because people are more likely to purchase a horse that is under saddle already and performing. It's a good long term strategy that improves everyone's "brand" IMO.

Yogiwick are you talking about an Arabian trainer in MA? I have an excellent trainer already but she might need some fine tune finishing.
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Wow ~ how sweet of you guys to mention Esquire+ I'd like to encourage you to peek at a thread here on the board that has photos from Sport Horse Nationals where all his representatives received at least one National Title. He had winners in the Young SHIH ring, Mature SHIH ring, the Dressage ring as well as the Jumper ring :)

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Again thank you guys for mentioning Esquire+. This was a very pleasant surprise today!

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Sorry to barge into the comversation, but Capt Han Solo... WOW! I am drooling over his body type for being an arabian -drools-

So I have a question of my own. I recently received a pure egyptian mare, free, and we are uncertain that she is rideable. (Vet appt tonight). Her name is CG Shalimaars Flame, and she is the sweetest thing I have ever come to have. My friend who shows on the arab circuits, tells me I should breed her if she can't be ridden. She is only 14hh, but if I could get her to throw a nice personality, 15+hh sportier arab/cross, it would be my dream come true.

Is this a dream I should put in the garbage disposal?
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