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View Poll Results: Who is the best Jumper Sire
Fuerst Gotthard 0 0%
Landkonig 0 0%
Freedom z 0 0%
Escudo II 0 0%
Sempatico 0 0%
Other??? 3 100.00%
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    03-23-2009, 12:55 AM
Originally Posted by AKPaintLover    
What I am actually having a hard time figuring out is of all of the above sires, which one has the best track record for actually producing successful hunters and jumpers? I know Consul has Judgement ISF, but one could just be lucky...are there more? (I am not necessarily talking Olympic caliber).

It looks like Judgement ISF and Fuerst Gotthard only do frozen...not sure about iron man. I know my vet can do fresh...I think I remember her saying she did not have the equipment to do frozen (I have a call into her to be sure).

The more I look, the more I seem to confuse myself.
I am not pushing Ironman but I do know he has been rated number 1 for hunter/jumper for several years.

All his babies are sellable and command good prices.

From another site this person posted some pictures of her Ironman babies. Here thay are.

Taken from post 3 here

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    03-23-2009, 01:30 AM
Thanks for the photos. I also checked out the ironman offspring on his website. I will keep looking into him...he seemed to be quite popular on the conversation you linked to.

What are thoughts on Gatsby?
    03-23-2009, 11:20 AM
I personally prefer the Avalon Equine stallions - especially Mannhattan. Excellent OLD NA with amazing scope.

I also love Eldeweiss du Bonce. He's awesome.
My mare is in foal to Mannhattan due in a few weeks and I can't wait. She took first try, and she's a maiden mare, and Mannhattan is just impressive (check out the videos from his 100 day test on there and what not).
    03-23-2009, 03:14 PM
Here is the link to the book and DVD:
Stallion Book: 2009 International Stallion Guide for Sport Horses Warmblood

Here's a link to the stallions they list:
Warmblood Stallions: 2009 International Stallion Guide for Sport Horses
    03-23-2009, 04:56 PM
Those links are really helpful!! Thank you.
    03-23-2009, 05:17 PM
You're very welcome.

I was a very well-informed 16 year old (I think? 15? 17? 18?) horse breeder :P

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