American Warmblood Inspection AUG 27 Joe Paulette Park Amelia, VA
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ottb mare in foal to sire of the year, national & regional winning stallion
denise gainey (arabian breeder)
opportunity to own one of only 2 thus far anglo foals sired by hg esquire+. 2002 ottb mare with an exceptional pedigree to create the ultimate sport horse foal. mocha magic sells in foal to hg esquire+. mare has excellent feet, great temperment, super confirmation, is under saddle, and a proven broodmare. can be purchased with or without a greatly discounted 2nd breeding to hg esquire+ which can be used on mare of your choice. 100% quality satisfaction guarantee applies! hg esquire+, a sire of national, regional, and open sport horse winners and ammy friendly/professional quality kids! show the anticipated foal yourself and win while having a blast! foal is eligible for the wcaha futurity, shn payback & sweepstakes. also be eligible to be presented for inspection to the american warmblood society. view our farm page on facebook (gainey cornerstone arabians & sport horses) for pedigree details to include information and photos of her sire and grandsire.
I'm so confused looking at the link,where it says: Eligibility for Registration To be eligible for registration a horse/pony can be of any breed stock or combination thereof, except 100% hot- blood (Thoroughbred or Arabian) or 100% cold-blood (draft breeds). (See Nomination below.)
Eligibility for Nomination
To be eligible for nomination, a horse/pony can be 100% hot-blood (Thoroughbred or Arabian) or 100% cold-blood (draft breeds). All AWS benefits are the same as registered warmbloods.
So TB's are not eligibility to be registered? But nominated? What does that mean? I have a TB that I am toying with the idea of maybe breeding in a few years and it's been suggested I should register her with a warmblood registry since I want to breed to a warmblood. So reading the top part makes me think she is not eligible, then when I read the bottom I got totally lost lol...either way she needs more muscling before I try to get her accepted, and VA is too far. I'm just trying to figure it out lol
My son has just graduated from Marin Boot Camp and I have just driven to and back from Parris Island in less than 24 hours (boy I am tired) but after I get some much needed rest I will come back and explain it best I can :)
Thanks for the question as I imagine there are others that would like to know as well. I just need to get some rest first :)
OMG I would TOTALLY love to go. I'm wanting to get into the WB sport-horses.
Currently own a WB/TB cross and he is a DOLL and several TB mares and one Arab mare. Crossing with the WB has put a lot of desirable characteristics into the TB. Like rid-ability, calmer temperament etc for me it did anyway.
I'd LOVE to come.
OK so I am beginning to catch my breath after a very very busy past 2 weeks....so WildAcreFarms ~ did you want to travel to VA to spectate???
And Rachel1786 please give me a call anytime after 2:00 EST and I will be glad to answer any and all your questions that I can. Please message me here for my phone number. I will look forward to chatting with you!
I just discovered on Wednesday morning that our local paper has a write up about the upcoming Warmblood Inspection we are hosting 8/27. I sent them something & asked for a courtesy mention not thinking it would happen & not only is it mentioned, but it is a bit of a write up too
Then, did not see this until last night ~ directive of WHERE to find the write up right there on the front page!