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post #31 of 58 Old 10-02-2013, 02:12 PM
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I think if you're breeding for yourself and plan to keep the foal, then there's no reason not to breed if you want to. HOWEVER, with the market the way it is today and appears to be remaining, I would go find my dream foal and buy it. It'll probably be cheaper, you'll get the sex, color, look and pedigree you want and you won't put your mare at risk by breeding her.

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post #32 of 58 Old 10-05-2013, 04:08 PM
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That is a very nice mare you have and considering her for breeding is a no brainer.
I like the advice Dreamcatcher and Deserthorsewoman gave you. Choosing a purebred stallion is the best way to go. There are plenty and Al Marah has some very nice stallions to choose from some like HEG Esquire are also warmblood certified .
If you still want to breed for a sporthorse.. A Fine Romance is a nice TB stallion that has some very good anglo arab foals. His owner is well informed and easy to talk to and he has a good following.
Good luck. Shalom
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I didn't know Esquire was also WB certified. He is a very nice stallion! I do want another WB sporthorse, DB. A Fine Romance is Fine Looking!!! Wow!

I am going to follow the advice of DH and DC
And all the others here and go PB after training her for performance. The trainer who I'm getting ready to go meet in a few minutes thinks Sophie will make a lot of progress and have no problem getting under saddle and doing well. If those Arabian costumes didn't cost a fortune I'd think about getting my daughter to do one of those costume shows with her. That would be so pretty.
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HEG Esquire's owner is very knowlegable and He has a good following. PM her. She is very easy to talk to. You can't go wrong with him. Shalom
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HEG Esquire's owner is very knowlegable and He has a good following. PM her. She is very easy to talk to. You can't go wrong with him. Shalom
Agreed. He is the best of both worlds Doodles! And Denise is wonderful to work with.

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OP as a frst time breeder find a stallion owner that will advise you and mentor you. They have a stake in the foals career also.
There are plenty of stallion owners that will take your money and ignore your questions.
I don't believe either owner of HEG Esquire or A Fine Romance are in that category. Shalom
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I didn't know Esquire was also WB certified. He is a very nice stallion! I do want another WB sporthorse, DB. A Fine Romance is Fine Looking!!! Wow!

I am going to follow the advice of DH and DC
And all the others here and go PB after training her for performance. The trainer who I'm getting ready to go meet in a few minutes thinks Sophie will make a lot of progress and have no problem getting under saddle and doing well. If those Arabian costumes didn't cost a fortune I'd think about getting my daughter to do one of those costume shows with her. That would be so pretty.
If you're a little crafty you can make a costume.
Did you ever get all the paperwork on her? Last I remember there were two possibilities who she was, but I have to admit I didn't follow up on that......
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I called and found out I will need to go through "special services" to get the registration legalized. Will then need to get the DNA and an attorney to write a letter, I believe.

As far as the outfit maybe we could make one. :) we'll see. She is wearing the tarp ok.
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Do it. It's her heritage. And folks at AHA are pretty helpful.
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Hi, "Doodlesweaver",
We've been breeding National Champion Pure Polish Arabians for over 30 years and would be glad to speak with you about your mare. We have many articles written by the Arabian Horse authority named, Arlene Magid (Arlene Magid Pedigree Research), where you can look up information about many of the Polish relatives of your mare. *Ganges is a son of the leading sire of World Champions, Monogramm.

We own *Ganges' half-brother, the multiple National Champion and multiple Scottsdale Champion, BONNE VIVANT++++//, so you can read about many of your mares' famous relatives. Since you mentioned Sport Horse disciplines, we wanted to tell you that this bloodline produces some excellent athletes. BONNE VIVANT ++++// is the 2013 USDF All-Breeds Arabian National Winner in Intermediare-1 Dressage and the 2013 USDF All-Breeds Arabian National Winner in Prix Saint Georges Dressage, as well. By the way, we love the jumping photo of your mare, good knees!

The following video will show you what linebreeding to Negatraz, (hence doubling up on the Kuhailan Polish horses) can accomplish, IF it is done thoughtfully with much research and experience:
This is JAMES BONNE A.S.A. (Bonne Vivant++++// by Monogramm by Negatraz x MWF Algerina by Negatraz) - here's his video:
(It is available in the high-definition mode on 'YouTube')

James Bonne ASA's pure Polish pedigree may be viewed at: http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/james+bonne+asa

We hope this helps!

Blessings, Cheryl
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