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post #191 of 240 Old 10-06-2013, 03:44 PM Thread Starter
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Sam is now being ridden everyday for an hour or so. He needs to gain a few more pounds IMO before having photos taken and posted but he is progressing well. I truly enjoy riding him and he is very well trained. That is a plus.
I have decided to breed him to some of my polish mares next year.
Especially Krystal flame D a daughter of the great Bask Flame.
I can't believe I have two horses with Champions of the past so close in their pedigrees. I am blessed.
Sharpie that endurance prospect you want might be on its way next year. LOL Shalom
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post #192 of 240 Old 10-06-2013, 07:55 PM
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Sam is now being ridden everyday for an hour or so. He needs to gain a few more pounds IMO before having photos taken and posted but he is progressing well. I truly enjoy riding him and he is very well trained. That is a plus.
I have decided to breed him to some of my polish mares next year.
Especially Krystal flame D a daughter of the great Bask Flame.
I can't believe I have two horses with Champions of the past so close in their pedigrees. I am blessed.
Sharpie that endurance prospect you want might be on its way next year. LOL Shalom
I'll be subbing to your foaling threads in that case. :) Works out well for me, I want a gelding, and you don't have much use for them, so we can work something out. I can't wait to see pictures of Sam, so make sure to tell him to fatten up quickly for me!
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post #193 of 240 Old 10-07-2013, 12:46 PM
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Sam is now being ridden everyday for an hour or so. He needs to gain a few more pounds IMO before having photos taken and posted but he is progressing well. I truly enjoy riding him and he is very well trained. That is a plus.
I have decided to breed him to some of my polish mares next year.
Especially Krystal flame D a daughter of the great Bask Flame.
I can't believe I have two horses with Champions of the past so close in their pedigrees. I am blessed.
Sharpie that endurance prospect you want might be on its way next year. LOL Shalom
This is most awesome news!!! And I am in LOVE with the pedigree on this mare!!!!
Krystal Flame D Arabian

What a beautiful blend of Polish & Crabbet individuals AND she is YOUNG to boot ;) How about sharing a pic of this wonderfully bred mare Big Hint!

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HEG Esquire in my excitement at finding such a well bred mare I completely overlooked her dams bottom half of her pedigree.
I was told she was pure polish and have been telling everyone she is. I know stand corrected and embarrassed.
Those crabbet lines are wonderful.
Krystal is my favorite horse and is homozygous for black.
I have a 3 yo gelding out of her by a grandson of doc olena that was given to me after purchasing Krystal.
She is the dam of the black filly born this year by my Stallion CF Midnight Star.
There is a picture or two of her here on the forum that my friend kctop took and posted for me. I am an internet idiot . There is a picture of her on my facebook page. Shalom
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post #195 of 240 Old 10-07-2013, 02:22 PM
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Oh no ~ you are not an idiot by any stretch......We all learn something new daily! If we don't, we truly know nothing ;)

On her sires side via the mare BASQUINE's dam is where the Crabbet comes from and then on her dams side the mare FIXALEYN appears to be at least 90-95% Crabbet.

The Polish/Crabbet cross is one that has been known to work for many many years. Typically seen is the Polish sires side to a Crabbet dam line.

Moons ago I purchased a PP mare that was in foal to a 100% Crabbet stallion. When asked did I want the foal I said 'nope'. The reason behind that was I had only seen/researched at that time a handful of Crabbet Sires side/Polish Dam's side Arabians where it worked.

After foaling the mare out I must say I was glad that I did not purchase the foal as well. While a super neat neat colt, he was totally not what I would have bred myself.

Will have to take a peak around FB and here and look for pics of your mare. I can't wait to see her and her foal ;)

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Thanks for the lesson. I know a good deal about polish lines and am learning more about Egyptian and Russian bloodlines.
Crabbet I have yet to take a hard look at. Cassius is mostly Egyptian but has one line of Crabbet from his sire. Shalom
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Well trained is nice, pictures are even better. I look forward to pictures of Sam.
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This is most awesome news!!! And I am in LOVE with the pedigree on this mare!!!!
Krystal Flame D Arabian

What a beautiful blend of Polish & Crabbet individuals AND she is YOUNG to boot ;) How about sharing a pic of this wonderfully bred mare Big Hint!

Denise Gainey
Donald-- when I was looking at Krystal's pedigree a while back, I don't remember if I sent this to you:
It's *Karadjordje+++ and Murrel Lacey around 1992


Hope you and Denise like it!!
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If he was black and a mare you would be looking at her. She is well muscled and has his head. Not very feminine but I can live with that. She will follow you around in the pasture like that stallion and is as highstrung as he appears to be. Harness that energy and you can ride all day. We have gone 20 miles in 90 degrees and she still had plenty of juice left. She has wonderful gaits. I miss riding her even though she was the last horse to throw me. My private parts connected with the saddle horn when she zigged and I zagged. Shalom
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. My private parts connected with the saddle horn when she zigged and I zagged. Shalom
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You should try bareback! Might be gentler on you!
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