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        01-05-2013, 01:32 PM
      #31
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    I imagine with the right chestnut, he could.
    This is Fire An Ice, another registered Arabian who is also registered as a Pali.
    He does tend to throw his colour, although he is not near as light as the Trussardi colt.
    My daughter by this guy is just a flaxen chestnut, of course. LOL

    Off Topic really quuick. I loved Fire An Ice.. And the pictures of his foals are awesome. Do you know what happened to him?
         
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        01-05-2013, 01:35 PM
      #32
    Trained
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    Originally Posted by TheRoundPen    
    Off Topic really quuick. I loved Fire An Ice.. And the pictures of his foals are awesome. Do you know what happened to him?
    Everyone keeps trying to find that out. I contacted Tiffany Ranch where he was standing last but awaiting an answer. His last recorded owner passed away, but I heard Fire is still alive but he hasn't been marketed in years.
    She also had a Khemosabi son for sale as well that I REALLY liked.
    I'm hoping to breed my daughter of his to my Khemo grandson for a reining baby - boy, can this mare ever engage. Never been broke but she likes to practice her sliding stops. It's too bad I got her so old. Lol
         
        01-05-2013, 01:40 PM
      #33
    Weanling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by WSArabians    
    Everyone keeps trying to find that out. I contacted Tiffany Ranch where he was standing last but awaiting an answer. His last recorded owner passed away, but I heard Fire is still alive but he hasn't been marketed in years.
    She also had a Khemosabi son for sale as well that I REALLY liked.
    I'm hoping to breed my daughter of his to my Khemo grandson for a reining baby - boy, can this mare ever engage. Never been broke but she likes to practice her sliding stops. It's too bad I got her so old. Lol
    Just thought I would ask. Haha. I heard that she had passed away but that was all I could figure out. I would love to see that cross WS!! Anyways, I'll get this back on topic.

    That horse is beautiful!
         
        01-05-2013, 03:16 PM
      #34
    Foal
    I'm not sure who authorized the use of the photo posted to begin this thread, but it is a photo I took of Claudia Hohn's purebred Arabian colt by Trussardi and out of a True Colours daughter. This colt is indeed dna tested to be purebred and is registered with the Arabian Horse Association. He is an unusually pale shade of chestnut that also qualified him for registration with the Palomino Horse Association - so he is also registered with that registry, though he is NOT genetically palomino. There have been so many assumptions and incorrect statements made in public about this colt that I feel compelled to repeat the facts:

    1) He is a chestnut purebred Arabian colt.
    2) He is registered with the Arabian Horse Association and his parentage has been confirmed by dna testing as required by AHA.
    3) He is NOT genetically palomino.
    4) NO ONE who knows the colt has EVER claimed he was genetically palomino and in fact, his owner and trainer (as have I) have stated otherwise, repeatedly.
    5) He is a very unusual shade of chestnut and has a white mane and tail.
    6) His unusual color qualified him for registration with the Palomino Horse Association, a registry that accepts horses for registration based on their outward appearance, NOT on their genetic components.
    7) This colt is registered with the Palomino Horse Association as well as the AHA.

    And now for an opinion - in addition to his somewhat unusual color, Truman is a lovely colt, very flashy with lots of pizzaz - and very sweet.

    Nancy Pierce
         
        01-05-2013, 03:21 PM
      #35
    Yearling
    Well, good to know that we did come to the correct conclusion just based on the photo and website info lol. It's nice to get some "official" info! And... I don't believe HF authorizes copywrittten photos to be posted, so it very well could be removed by a Mod but they haven't gotten around to it. Most people don't realize the copywrite doesn't allow it to be copied to other places since it's so easy to do online.
         
        01-05-2013, 03:30 PM
      #36
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by NancyPierce    
    I'm not sure who authorized the use of the photo posted to begin this thread, but it is a photo I took of Claudia Hohn's purebred Arabian colt by Trussardi and out of a True Colours daughter. This colt is indeed dna tested to be purebred and is registered with the Arabian Horse Association.
    I found it on an Arabian site - didn't have any signage attached to it, so I figured it was okay, but I can have them take if off you'd like.
    I just think he's an incredibly cool horse and thought I'd share. :)
         
        01-05-2013, 03:43 PM
      #37
    Foal
    Thanks, Jillybean - sorry, can't find your real name here. True, most folks don't know not to use copyrighted photos without permission in this day of easy access. Nice to know that this forum doesn't approve of such use in general, though I figure this usage was pretty harmless. :) I haven't posted much on forums in the past few years, but this link was in my web site stats, so I found this thread by following the link. I'm a bit surprised that so many forum posters are able to remain anonymous. You folks probably all know each other, but I don't have a clue who I'm talking to, and it seems a bit odd that so many profiles here don't even list names, and no one seems to sign their posts with their names either. Lol I tried looking at the profile of the person originating this thread, and couldn't find that person's name either - even went to the web site - and their contact info there - still no name. Who are you people??

    Nancy
         
        01-05-2013, 03:45 PM
      #38
    Foal
    Hi Whispering Secret Arabians,

    No harm done, but just for future reference, if a photo has a photographer's signature on it, and it isn't part of some historical archive, it's probably a copyrighted image. :) On what Arabian site did you find the photo - with no reference to owner or photographer?

    Thanks!
    Nancy
         
        01-05-2013, 03:59 PM
      #39
    Trained
    That is part of the appeal being on a forum. The ability to be anonymous and not having to sign your name to everything. More so on a large public forum. Not everyone wants their real name or information easily accessible to the masses.
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        01-05-2013, 04:05 PM
      #40
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by NancyPierce    
    Hi Whispering Secret Arabians,

    No harm done, but just for future reference, if a photo has a photographer's signature on it, and it isn't part of some historical archive, it's probably a copyrighted image. :) On what Arabian site did you find the photo - with no reference to owner or photographer?

    Thanks!
    Nancy
    Huh, it is stamped. I didn't even see your signature on there. That's my bad.
    It was posted by someone else who had your permission. I missed that line completely. Guess I jumped the gun and made too many assumptions and not reading the fine print.
         

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