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    05-21-2013, 03:05 PM
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Trained
Oops, I guess that is needed too
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    05-21-2013, 10:56 PM
  #12
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Originally Posted by greentree    
Oops, sorry, I thought we used to link to that all the time.....

Anyway, here is HIS webpage

Karma Arabians

Since she has been crossed with Spanish before, if the cross was good, I really like this horses.

Nancy
Thank you for posting :)
This guy is very handsome but not quite typy enough- I'm also looking for a stallion with a performance record and he doesn't have one.
     
    05-21-2013, 10:58 PM
  #13
Foal
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Originally Posted by deserthorsewoman    
Nice girl!!

Don't know if you would consider coming in my direction, and if these lines would be tempting enough...he is the uncle to my avatar
Presidio Cf Arabian
Location doesn't matter as I'd be doing AI.
I wish I could find any kind of information on this stallion...
     
    05-21-2013, 11:04 PM
  #14
Trained
Druydess, a member here, has a stunning black stallion that I believe is in training for the show ring. He's young yet, but so gorgeous.

Update: Solei's Filly has arrived! Solei's foaling Thread/2013 Baby Bumps

This is his first foal, and lovely she is! Pictures of "Dream" (stallion) are in the thread.

I'm not familiar with Arabian bloodlines, but he's a stunner in looks alone.
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    05-21-2013, 11:31 PM
  #15
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Originally Posted by Rumonek    
Location doesn't matter as I'd be doing AI.
I wish I could find any kind of information on this stallion...
I posted the link in a second post.
He does have performance record and offspring with records, and if he's anything like my boy, you'll have your typical in-the-tent, super people friendly, ammy friendly character.
     
    05-22-2013, 12:51 AM
  #16
Yearling
You might like this boy --> AO Breeze | MLM Arabians.

I have done a couple of photo shoots with him and he seems to have a nice temperament and I know he has won national awards in several events.
     
    05-22-2013, 01:43 AM
  #17
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by CLaPorte432    
Druydess, a member here, has a stunning black stallion that I believe is in training for the show ring. He's young yet, but so gorgeous.

Update: Solei's Filly has arrived! Solei's foaling Thread/2013 Baby Bumps

This is his first foal, and lovely she is! Pictures of "Dream" (stallion) are in the thread.

I'm not familiar with Arabian bloodlines, but he's a stunner in looks alone.
Thanks so much for the lovely words about Dream CLaPorte. He has very complimentary lines to this mare and would certainly contribute type, size, and bone, along with lovely movement, conformation, and stellar temperament, but Rumonek is probably looking for a stud with an established performance career. As you said Dream is young, and he is not yet trained to AI. He will be shipping shortly to the West Coast of FL for breeding live cover, and then, more show training- however, I am taking my time with him. I believe his coming foal crop will establish his prepotency and then we'll have a solid base to build upon.

Thanks again for having faith in my boy.

Rumonek-- wonderful breeding on that mare!

Thee Onyx might be worth looking at.. he doesn't have an extensive performance career, but his movement is lovely, his lines are complimentary, has a great motor, and type. Sue Wells is a friend who has been a joy to work with; I purchased Dream from her. Many people see a black horse and immediately discount their quality. Not so with Sue Wells; her horses are sold internationally and their quality is quite evident. Onyx produces stunning foals.

Sapphire Farms - Thee Onyx
     
    05-22-2013, 09:20 AM
  #18
Foal
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Originally Posted by Tryst    
You might like this boy --> AO Breeze | MLM Arabians.

I have done a couple of photo shoots with him and he seems to have a nice temperament and I know he has won national awards in several events.
Have to give Kudos for your thinking! ;)
I have a breeding to AO Breeze. His owner is such a wonderful person as well.
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    05-22-2013, 09:21 AM
  #19
Foal
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Originally Posted by deserthorsewoman    
I posted the link in a second post.
He does have performance record and offspring with records, and if he's anything like my boy, you'll have your typical in-the-tent, super people friendly, ammy friendly character.
My computer must not be pulling it up right because all that pops up for both links is his pedigree...
     
    05-22-2013, 09:22 AM
  #20
Foal
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Originally Posted by Druydess    
Thanks so much for the lovely words about Dream CLaPorte. He has very complimentary lines to this mare and would certainly contribute type, size, and bone, along with lovely movement, conformation, and stellar temperament, but Rumonek is probably looking for a stud with an established performance career. As you said Dream is young, and he is not yet trained to AI. He will be shipping shortly to the West Coast of FL for breeding live cover, and then, more show training- however, I am taking my time with him. I believe his coming foal crop will establish his prepotency and then we'll have a solid base to build upon.

Thanks again for having faith in my boy.

Rumonek-- wonderful breeding on that mare!

Thee Onyx might be worth looking at.. he doesn't have an extensive performance career, but his movement is lovely, his lines are complimentary, has a great motor, and type. Sue Wells is a friend who has been a joy to work with; I purchased Dream from her. Many people see a black horse and immediately discount their quality. Not so with Sue Wells; her horses are sold internationally and their quality is quite evident. Onyx produces stunning foals.

Sapphire Farms - Thee Onyx
I'm looking forward to seeing what your boy can do!
I'm actually looking into Thee Onyx possibly for my big black mare. Havent decided 100% what way I'm going to go with her yet...
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