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post #71 of 104 Old 07-25-2014, 09:20 PM
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Oh I forgot this guy too
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I trained several grand babies of this guy. Bat sh*t crazy, every one of them.
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post #72 of 104 Old 07-25-2014, 09:23 PM
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I think I just fell in love. YUMMY!

He still seems a bit up right for me, can't REALLY tell because they don't actually have a good conformation shot, but he is NICE. Good, verstatile. He is one I'd look at more.

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post #73 of 104 Old 07-25-2014, 09:34 PM
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There's a decent (a little fuzzy, though) confo shot on this page:

Older and not great, but here's another one:
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post #74 of 104 Old 08-15-2014, 02:56 PM Thread Starter
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Ok here are some more colts!

1. Guitars N Cadallacs. 2010 Sorrel Colt (Starlights Cadallac x Mama Guitar). This beautiful, royally bred, sorrel 2010 colt, Guitars N Cadallacs, has had 24 months of training. He has been on cattle and is ready to go down the fence. His reining is impressive by any standard. He is a BIG stopper. He is loaded with innate talent and is quiet enough to easily transition to anyones training program. Guitars N Cadallacs is out of an NCHA Futurity finalist who was a daughter of Smart Little Lena. He is a full brother to NRCHA National Champion, Starlights Mama. He is by Starlights Cadallac, a son of Gray Starlight, who won over $6,000 in NRHA money, and an OVRHA Futurity winner who has over $80,000 in NCHA winnings. You will not be disappointed in the quality of this colt. He stands above the rest in performance and beauty. His mane and tail appear to be turning flaxen. He is one of the finest colts I have ever bred.

2. No Doubt Ima Fool. 2013 Chestnut Colt (No Doubt Im Lazy x Invite Her To Dance) HYPP N/N. Cowboy is a gorgeous yearling colt by No Doubt Im Lazy, out of an own daughter of Invitation Only. Beautiful natural mover, very willing and responsive. Hell make an excellent western pleasure prospect and later he can be shown in performance halter with his excellent conformation. Should mature to 15.2 hands.

3. Colt. 2014 Black Stallion (FG A Tru Fella x Buckleys Tru Looker ) HYPP N/N. 2014 Drop dead gorgeous black Incentive Fund colt. Breeders Halter Futurity and MSSA eligible. He is an own son of World Champion stallion, FG A Tru Fella, and out of a black, ROM earning, World Show qualifiying, multiple Grand Champion daughter of World Champion BS Buckley.This colt has numerous AQHA Champions, World Show qualifiers, placers, ROM and point earners in his pedigree. With all that he is destined for great things !Foaled 2-13-14. Nominations are paid for the Breeders Halter Futurity and nominations and entries are paid for the MSSA Futurity in MN. His name and registration are in and pending with AQHA. DNA typed and is N/N. This fancy colt is an awesome prospect for breeding, riding or haltering as he has the pedigree, beauty, color, and athletic ability, giving him the versatility to go in any direction.

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post #75 of 104 Old 08-15-2014, 03:07 PM
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Number 1 is cute, but should be gelded. I do like his shoulder, but there's something off about him that I just can't put my finger on.

Number 2 should be gelded ASAP. He's sickle-hocked and just...yuck.

Number 3 looks halter-bred (which he is). Sticks for legs and big beefy body. His hind legs are way straight, too. Geld ASAP.
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post #76 of 104 Old 08-16-2014, 02:44 AM
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1. He will probably make a good using horse, but not very pretty conformationally, imo. Something about that long torso paired with the butt-high that makes me think he will stay that way. His owner, however, seems very enamored with him.

2. Halter-esque in conformation, but might be the nicest built of the latest 3 choices, especially if his withers catch up with his butt.

3. Would not even be on my radar. If I bred this colt I would be so worried about his upright conformation. He actually looks like he could knuckle over on his rear legs. I know that's the way halter horses are bred, but I personally wouldn't want a horse built like this. I mean, I would worry about his health non-stop. It would be awful for me.
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post #77 of 104 Old 08-17-2014, 12:05 AM
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1. nicest of the lot imo, but something about his neck i dont like, and his legs.

2. Nope, not nice at all, his butt and back legs are just, err, no..

3. confo's not good with this one either.

I say avoid all 3 and keep looking
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post #78 of 104 Old 08-18-2014, 11:00 AM
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I like 1 but his neck and head are too big fro the rest of him. He also looks wasp wasted and his back looks a tad long in the second pic.
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post #79 of 104 Old 08-18-2014, 01:42 PM
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1 might make a good riding horse. The quality of the pictures are terrible though and i can't really see his bad legs. His back end and front end don't seem to match. There's nothing about him that screams STALLION MATERIAL. He looks like a lot of the old time lesson geldings I have known.

2 might get better with age, but he's super butt high and his back legs are scary. No, nope. Geld ASAP.

3 is a nightmare on 4 legs. I'd worry about soundness issues immediately. GELD.
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post #80 of 104 Old 10-23-2014, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
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Got a new prospect!

1. Benetton VT - 2014 chestnut colt (Baladin dOc x New Beginnings, Nebelwerfer). Super amateur prospect for hunters or dressage. Unflappable, super easy to handle, and quality gaits.

Sire: Baladin dOc was undefeated in-hand in France before his performance testing and approval in Germany by the Hanoverian Verband. He was USDF All-Breeds Champion at 3rd and 4th levels, and competed through Prix St. Georges with an adult amateur. He is known for siring hunter and dressage horses with outstanding temperaments and the talent to be regionally or nationally competitive in their respective disciplines.

Dam: New Beginnings has produced two VHSA Year End Champions. Successful full siblings to Benetton VT showing this year - Burberry VT (Champion in Adult Amateur and Pre-Green divisions as a 6YO), Benjamin Red (tricolors in the Working Hunter division as a 7YO), and Benetti VT (winning at Training Level as a 4YO), all piloted by AA/YR/JR.
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