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AztecBaby 04-14-2010 06:46 AM

Warmblood lovers look here! :)
 
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What do you think of this stallion? [ first kiss (imp) - revelwood ]

Gidji 04-14-2010 06:59 AM

As much as I like First Kiss, I prefer Revelwood Mastermind. I think Mastermind is an overall compact and prettier horse to me. I'm a fan of the more compact warmbloods. Are you looking into breeding? Or do you just want opinions?

AztecBaby 04-14-2010 07:04 AM

No I don't want to breed but I would very much like to find myself a baby by this stallion.. It's looking like I may very well be presented with that opportunity. :D

Kayty 04-16-2010 03:51 AM

I do like the Revelwood stallions. First Kiss is one I was contemplating to breed from a while ago. Basically with him, I wouldn't go and buy anything by him, without looking first at the mare and assessing the foal as an individual. He can throw either way, over a TB mare I'm not so keen on him, as with Gidji, I prefer the more compact types and he tends to throw lanky types over the tb's. However over a nicely put together, uphill and compact WB mare, he can throw some very nice types. He also throws lovely temperaments and most amatuer (not beginner, but YR's that have been on the scene for a while) rides can handle. However they DO pick things up easily and so you have to be careful when training them as I know of a couple of First Kiss's that have been real handful's on the ground when not in capable hands.

I personally wouldn't buy one of his progeny unless it was a VERY nice type, compact and uphill, and leggy. If you're only starting out in dressage, you REALLY want something compact, fairly short coupled and naturally under itself, the longer less compact types are much harder to contain, then when you get into a test you can really come unstuck.


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