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post #11 of 42 Old 05-27-2013, 11:34 PM
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Who are you breeding her to?

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post #12 of 42 Old 05-27-2013, 11:39 PM
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Wow she's gorgeous she has a bit of a smaller front end than I preferably like but nothing to criteqe except for the withers as far as I can see
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post #13 of 42 Old 05-28-2013, 01:43 AM Thread Starter
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A stallion called Amour G. He is stunning!
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post #14 of 42 Old 05-28-2013, 01:27 PM
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I don't how to critique, I just want to say she is beautiful!
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post #15 of 42 Old 05-28-2013, 02:45 PM
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What breeding is she, may I ask. She`s a beautiful mare, I would love to do some dressage on a girl like her! I see where you mean tied at the knee, but ever so slightly. She is a an exemplary horse, text book looks! The only thing I can notice is she ever so slightly camped out at the back, but not knowing her breeding I couldn`t tell you if that's characterstic or not, or if it`s the angle of the pictures. Without being infront of a horse flesh and blood I feel it`s not that fair to critique the poor things. She has a beautiful neck set and shoulder may I add!

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What breeding is she, may I ask. She`s a beautiful mare, I would love to do some dressage on a girl like her! I see where you mean tied at the knee, but ever so slightly. She is a an exemplary horse, text book looks! The only thing I can notice is she ever so slightly camped out at the back, but not knowing her breeding I couldn`t tell you if that's characterstic or not, or if it`s the angle of the pictures. Without being infront of a horse flesh and blood I feel it`s not that fair to critique the poor things. She has a beautiful neck set and shoulder may I add!
Oh I have never heard of that term before?

She is a granddaughter of Donnerhall out of a Sao Paulo x Sandro mare, pure bred hanovarian. She is a lovely horse but has a donnerhall brain I.e. Can be arrogant, a herd leader who would walk all over you if you allowed her to. She does like to have guidelines and seems to be happier when she knows where the stands, usually hoof on my toe!

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post #17 of 42 Old 05-28-2013, 03:10 PM
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What a complete stunner!

Having owner three donnerhalls (my boy is out of Don Frederico) I know exactly what you mean. Out here they are called DonnerBlud.. donnerstupid! Because they don't know what is best for them :P

As soon as I saw her, I thought D lines.. what a stunning mare. How big is she? Her build reminds me of my old, old boy.. not this fancy 'modern' sport horse but something built with power!
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What a complete stunner!

Having owner three donnerhalls (my boy is out of Don Frederico) I know exactly what you mean. Out here they are called DonnerBlud.. donnerstupid! Because they don't know what is best for them :P

As soon as I saw her, I thought D lines.. what a stunning mare. How big is she? Her build reminds me of my old, old boy.. not this fancy 'modern' sport horse but something built with power!
I have known 3 donnerhall mares, 2 direct decendents and one second generation, they are all the same, very talented, bright and quirky. :) I do love the D line, makes a good dam line imho. :) I love Don Frederico! Can I see a picture of your boy? All those I have seen have a real stamp about them!

Dee is 17hh, but as she is in light work atm I think she might me a few mm under but no more ;). I prefer the old style warmbloods are they seem more sustainable and have true power behind rather then just the flashy movement.

Dee's hubby is Ringo x May Sherif x Aleksander with Ferror and Samber also in the bloodlines. Very much the old style I.e. Less TB influence BUT bloody good lines :)

This is hubby amour g coloured sporthorse warmblood stallions
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post #19 of 42 Old 05-28-2013, 03:22 PM
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My old boy was Donnerschlag,
My next girl, Duffy was Donnerbube 3
And Dubai is Don Frederico out of a Weltmeyer mother!

I need to get some updated pictures of my lad.. When I bought him as a three year old stallion, I could see over his back! Now, however, I have to tip toe!

These are recent riding ones.. excuse my concentration face!
Dobbie Update -pictures!

This is when Anebel came to stay with me last November.. he still looks like a baby here, which is why I need updated pictures.. he has bulked!
When Anebel came to stay..
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My old boy was Donnerschlag,
My next girl, Duffy was Donnerbube 3
And Dubai is Don Frederico out of a Weltmeyer mother!

I need to get some updated pictures of my lad.. When I bought him as a three year old stallion, I could see over his back! Now, however, I have to tip toe!

These are recent riding ones.. excuse my concentration face!
Dobbie Update -pictures!

This is when Anebel came to stay with me last November.. he still looks like a baby here, which is why I need updated pictures.. he has bulked!
When Anebel came to stay..
Yep, the D line in strong with this one ;)

Sorry, shameless quote :). Lovely horses. I am begining to think dee is either dark bay or brown rather then black as she has lighter areas on her... when she is clipped she is like a mousey brown :)

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