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        05-19-2012, 01:08 PM
    Thank you!
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        05-19-2012, 01:34 PM
    Hard to tell much from the pics, but they look nice enough don't they. And it's nice to see they are all under saddle and doing something. Do you know what breeding they are?

        05-20-2012, 03:30 PM
    Yes they look nice ...By "breeding" you mean like family tree ? If so I don't know exactly but they told me that they all have their certificates , family tree ,passports ... of course I have to go and see them , horses and papers.
    Any advices wellcome :)

    ..and one more pic

        05-20-2012, 04:09 PM
    Are you considering a horse already under saddle (older) or a colt/filly?

    Have they a website?

        05-20-2012, 04:31 PM
    My intention is a couple about 3-4 years old but it depends of what I will find there.

    There is a site but only in bulgarian language
        05-20-2012, 04:51 PM
    Hmm. Interesting. It seems they breed Minis and many other breeds. I see only one Gypsy stallion, but no Gypsy mares. Are there any Gypsy mares on their website?

    If not, are they just breeding crosses?

        05-20-2012, 05:07 PM
    From what I've seen they have some photos with the Gypsies. I would think that they have more Gypsy horses than that stallion. From the photos some of them look quite nice but I don't like the way they advertise their horses. I would like to see some nice photos with them. The lady that my employer bought Rafael had a lot of nice photos with every horse, the site was very organized and up to date, and the horses seemed well cared for. I would certainly buy of horse from someone that has a nice site and nice photos with all the horses well groomed than from someone that has just a few photos without any information about them . But if you go to see the horses yourself it should be ok.
        05-20-2012, 05:10 PM
    The problem is - as I see it anyway, is that it could be friends with Gypsies they are all riding with in the pics. If one is breeding, then the mares are just as important as the sire and pics and background should be posted.

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        05-20-2012, 05:40 PM
    I feel the same with you..Though if I'll find something intersting there it would be a good opportunity for me to eventually do this.
        05-20-2012, 10:50 PM
    They quite well might have several quality Gypsies, which they breed, but have just not updated their website. However, I would find that unusual.

    If you decide upon a horse while there, you should ask for a copy of the pedigree and make sure the horses have been DNA'd to the sires/dams, stated. They should probably be registered with some registry and there is also a very good, world wide DNA data base for the breed now.

    If it is an older horse you decide upon, make sure you check under the feather, behind each fetlock, for signs of problems and/or CPL. You can get information on that, here...

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