Holy Tamales! GG baby out of full Percheron mare!
I just got emailed some pictures last night from a lady that purchased a filly from a client of mine, who bred her full Percheron mare to my stallion. The filly is coming 3 in 2010 ...
Here is a picture of her mare that was bred to Guaranteed Gold:
and here is a picture of the 3 year old mare (grey) out of this mare by GG under saddle on her first drag hunt (and this photo is credited to Carolyn Carnes)
and this is one of her first time jumping:
her new owner adores her and said the moment was "just right" to have her pop over this jump with the rest of the group
I am truly amazed that he has refined such a heavy set mare so very very well ... and added so much lightness, elegance and refinement to the youngster
Was SO proud when I got these pictures, I just had to share ...
That is amazing! She is beautiful.
She is pretty. She's so light looking compared to her momma.
VERY nice looking mare...I've actually heard and seen quite a bit of your stallion Gauranteed Gold - you've got my best friend thinking about breeding her mare to him for a 2012 foal! LOL! He's a GORGEOUS stallion though, he'd improve just about ANY mare in my opinion.
That is a wonderful cross and she is absolutely stunning. Refined but sturdy at the same time, that is the perfect horse IMHO.
Very nice cross. All offsprings of your stud I've seen so far are very beautiful. He certainly put lots of elegance and color on them.
P.S. I know I'm bragging here, but hunting and jumping not even 3 year old is just o-o-o-o....
She is a stunning mare! I love botht he sire and dam and it was just a stunning cross, that's for sure.
However I to think the mare is awfully young for the amount of work she is doing, but that is not my say, just my opinion.
Yeah, gorgeous filly, but a crying shame she's owned by someone with such little regard for her health and well being. I apologize if that sounds rude, but the filly obviously has talent and putting such an extreme risk on her joints by racing around and jumping her before she's even 3 years old is the height of stupidity to me.
I know that's not your fault, it just saddens me to see such quality being put at risk. That filly will have one helluva career ahead of her if someone stops and actually thinks about the damage being done and takes it more slowly.
However, on the bright side, it only confirms my belief that your gorgeous stud can do no wrong in the breeding department! :wink:
She really is stunning! Thats about my dream horse right there :)
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