Thanks to all you guys! There are a vast variety of lines that breeders/riders/trail riders/endurance/racing/Dressage/Jumping enthusiast utilize. The Arabian is known for its versatility and therefore for me, by incorporating some of the lines used in the past into one horse I was able to capitalize on the versatility!
I like the idea of having Esquire+ kids out there doing Dressage, Jumping, Western Pleasure, one gearing up for an Endurance career, and more. Because of his pedigree and the consistency he has to sire it, his kids can do A LOT! Not just one thing and do it well!
This is his Western Pleasure son Evan Almighty who was the 2009 Sport Horse Nationals Reserve Champion 2 YRO Colt
This is one of his Dressage kids at his first 'A' Rated Arabian show where he won all his under saddle classes entered.
This is one of his jumper kids that we bred that was the 2009 Sport Horse Nationals Reserve Champion 2 YRO Gelding
Although not pictured under saddle in this photo, another one of Esquire+'s Dressage kids. She is a full sibling to the above Gelding and we have the mare back in foal to Esquire+ for a 2012 foal.
This filly, although a PB Arabian is straight up OPEN Hunter material. She IS the real deal....
the East Coast Championship ATH Sport Horse Mare Class 2011
And her full brother Hy Wynds, aka 'Storm' , who is a Dressage type, was the East Coast Reserve Champion Sport Horse Stallion 2011
Shown sporting his Ribbon :)
Please keep in mind that all of the Esquire+ kids are out of mares that have pedigrees that are all different from the other(s). Even their phenotype (what you see) is different.
So in researching the lines it is important to pay particular attention to which lines are known for particular traits and do they sire/produce it consistently
. Especially if looking at a young prospect as it will give you a window as to what you can expect, of course dependant on the horse standing in front of you.
I will try to add photos of these Esquire+ kids dam to provide a complete visual as right now you only have half of the equation :) And provide pedigree information as well.
Hope this post has been somewhat helpful