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    10-30-2012, 02:16 PM
  #2271
Green Broke
(*Din't meen ta skeer ya 'way dba*)
     
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    10-30-2012, 02:46 PM
  #2272
Trained
Yall aint right. You just aint right.
No man is going to allow anyone near the jewels. That area is like Fort Knox you gotta have written permission to access the area and while there you are monitored constantly. One suspect move and your out of there. No second chances. Unles you are a 18 YO male then any moving living breathing 2 legged female that shows interest gets a free pass. For a lifetime. Well 2 minutes anyway. Shalom
     
    10-30-2012, 03:04 PM
  #2273
Yearling
This is my bay horse's sire:
*Besson Carol

They are in New Ulm. Anyone ever been out there or laid eyes on the place/horses? Or know anything about them?

Here is his dam in this video:

I don't know dittly about arab blood lines - so I'm a bit ignorant! The pictures sure look pretty tho. Heck, their hair and makeup look better than mine! LOL!!
     
    10-30-2012, 03:49 PM
  #2274
Started
Is yours egyptian bred CC? I have a friend who has a polish bred and he is absolutely wonderful!
     
    10-30-2012, 04:12 PM
  #2275
Yearling
He is Egyptian- he is also 15hh and not as dainty as some Egyptians are - at least the E's I've seen are narrow, incredibly small-boned and around 14-14.2. He's a good, decent riding size for a light to medium weight rider, or a western saddle no bigger than 16" or english 17" - he has the typical short back and proud posture. I just don't have very much experience with arabians - my first horses and for many many years were quarter horses - only over the most recent years have I slowly changed/tried out other breeds.
     
    10-30-2012, 04:56 PM
  #2276
Trained
Clippityclop I would give my left you know what to get a breeding to that stallion and here you have a foal by him and don't know waht you have?
He is eygptian and polish a great cross. He is related to almost everyone of my horses on both sides of his pedigree
Except the QH's and the TB's of course.
You hit arabian bloodline jackpot when you got him.
I have several Eygptian arabians and only one is really the tall thin type. She has a very refined typey head and is a granddaughter of The Desparado. We are going to train her for englsh events she has very long legs. Shalom
     
    10-30-2012, 06:58 PM
  #2277
Yearling
So which horses in his line are the polish horses? I wish there was a listing somewhere that said who was what - I have looked and looked and maybe I just don't know what I'm looking at? LOL!!
     
    10-30-2012, 07:31 PM
  #2278
Yearling
Luck-chance-fate-i don't know - I don't question the ways of the Gods..LOL!

He's had two owners - the first being the original purchaser - bought him in WA, had him trained as a three yr old and this being her very first horse ever, and getting into it as an adult, she settled on a quiet quarter horse after having him for only three years. She left him with a friend of mine here as a 6 yr old, and my friend (60 and prefers a quiet gaited horse) gave him to me the first time I inquired about him when I saw him in her pasture. The only thing wrong with him was that he hadn't been exposed to much, but was the most obedient horse I've ever known.

His first owner said his breeder sold him as 'pet quality' because his head wasn't 'typey' enough to take him to Scottsdale, basically. You can tell by looking at him overall that he is quality, like you could any well-bred horse - but when it comes to the fancy names, I get lost.

Yes, he is truly a once-in-a-lifetime jewel to find....I would be stupid to not recognize that. He is a completely different animal now after the three years I've put into him with his technical trail training and dressage - I think that if either one of him rode him now, they'd want him back! LOL!

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    10-30-2012, 09:08 PM
  #2279
Trained
His two granddams are polish. They are by Gdansk and Aladdin. Ali Jamal is nothing to sneeze at.
Whoever said you horses head is not typey enough needs his brain transplanted back to the monkey he got it from.
Sadly he might no have won a halter class due to the extreme heads theya re breeding for these days but you could probably clean up at regionals and local shows. That head has nothing to do with performance anyway and I would be very proud to have bred one that looks that good myself.
My horses except for 2 of them all have the Ruminja Ali and
Bask blood. My stallion is closely related to your horses sire Ruminaji ALI Bask and Aladdin are all his great grandsires. Great horse you have enjoy him. If you don't I will try to. Shalom
texasgal and clippityclop like this.
     
    10-30-2012, 10:06 PM
  #2280
Yearling
(CC is getting out the rotting rubber bands right now just in case........)
     

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