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post #11 of 21 Old 02-02-2009, 12:35 AM
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What's his breeding?
Very nice! I can't wait to see him in the show ring, are you going to have him out to anything this summer?
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What's his breeding?
Very nice! I can't wait to see him in the show ring, are you going to have him out to anything this summer?
He's a pure holsteiner, registered Oldenburg (never sure if I should call him holsteiner or oldenburg though :P)
He's by Cambridge out of a Caracas mare. He's also double bred to Cor de la Bryere :)

And we'll have to see! I'd like to take him to a show or two, even to just have have look around. he's being started in march, so I guess it will have to depend how he goes!
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I think he's adorable! I like him. Its going to be so exciting to see how he turns out undersaddle, nothing more exciting than having your own kid out there in the world. Great pics by the way. i LOVE to see the before and afters because its so neat to see how they turned out.
Great pics!
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He's very nice. The shadows hide a lot of the lines though... do you have any pictures with more sun on the right side? :P
haha, probably not. this is the closest I've got:
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He's quite nice - certainly shows the Cor de la Bryere!!
Love to see him in another 6 months, he'll have filled out more.
Conformation-wise, he has a fairly straight shoulder, and long pasterns, short back (I like!) and nice bum. Clean legs, which is nice, I've seen a lot of CdlB babies be back at the knee.


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He's quite nice - certainly shows the Cor de la Bryere!!
Love to see him in another 6 months, he'll have filled out more.
Conformation-wise, he has a fairly straight shoulder, and long pasterns, short back (I like!) and nice bum. Clean legs, which is nice, I've seen a lot of CdlB babies be back at the knee.
I will definitely be posting pics of him as he starts his training :)
I've heard that about the Cord babies too, although all the ones that I have seen have been fairly straight, but that could have been because of the mare...



I got a message asking if I had a pic of him as a REAL baby.
I do. 3 hours old. he looked like a donkey
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He's a pure holsteiner, registered Oldenburg (never sure if I should call him holsteiner or oldenburg though :P)
He's by Cambridge out of a Caracas mare. He's also double bred to Cor de la Bryere :)

And we'll have to see! I'd like to take him to a show or two, even to just have have look around. he's being started in march, so I guess it will have to depend how he goes!
Awwe so we have nearly matching ponies!! Rowan is grand sired by CDLB on the bottom.
I hope he makes it out to some shows for a look around, I'd love to see him and you!
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Awwe so we have nearly matching ponies!! Rowan is grand sired by CDLB on the bottom.
I hope he makes it out to some shows for a look around, I'd love to see him and you!
me thinks you'll need to hold my hand
with the way things stand, I'll be taking both horses to their first ever show at the same time
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me thinks you'll need to hold my hand
with the way things stand, I'll be taking both horses to their first ever show at the same time
If I'm not working or slaving away in the office, I will totally be there!!
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wow, he is grogeous!!!! he will grow up to be a stunning show horse.
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