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Guaranteed Gold is a 16.1hh cremello Thoroughbred stallion, CSHA (Canadian Sport Horse) Bronze approved stallion, APHA and AQHA listed.



Booking Fee ... $275.00
Stud Fee ....... $1250.00

This will apply for Live Cover breedings (TB mares only) as well as Shipped Semen breedings.



He produces foals that are tall and elegant, with gorgeous heads, fabulous conformation, excellent movement and willing and easily trainable temperaments


(photo credit to ACC Photography!)

Here is a 2008 colt out of an APHA mare:



An Anglo Arab colt at one month old:



A Thoroughbred filly at 2 years of age:



A Thoroughbred colt at 2 years of age:



And a Thoroughbred filly at 10 months of age:



As they reach performance age, they are also excelling in the show ring:



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Guaranteed Gold, as a cremello stallion, will 100% produce the guarantee of dilute colours on your foal - either palomino, buckskin or smoky black.

If you have always wanted to produce the foal of your dreams with an interesting splash of colour, contact us now to make that dream a reality!

[email protected] or 519-443-0036
 

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He's gorgeous! I know you stated he would only be bred to thoroughbred mares, however I am curious to know if you would consider breeding him to a quarter horse?
 

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There's a picture of an anglo-arab filly up there. I think that the live cover is only for TB's but you can ship semen for other breeds?
 

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As I understand it Thoroughbreds have to be live cover. It says he is AQHA/APHA listed.
 

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Great! Thanks you guys. :)
 

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He's beautiful! Did he really sire Faux Finish?
Thanks! And yes he did ... That combination with Puchi Trap produces fabulous babies every single year ... :)

He's gorgeous! I know you stated he would only be bred to thoroughbred mares, however I am curious to know if you would consider breeding him to a quarter horse?
danastark is correct :)

We are stuck with Live Cover for TB mares, but for all other breedings, ist shipped semen instead. He has some really fabulous Appendix youngsters out there. Here are a few of them:


(smoky black colt at 5 months of age)

and this is actually an Appendix grand daughter - by a Guaranteed Gold bucskin TB son named QuickGoldBucks:



And a couple of Mocha - a lovely buckskin Appendix gelding that is 16.2hh and is doing SO well in the hunter ring right now!



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So - there are a few examples of what he is producing through the first and second generation out of AQHA mares ... :)

Thanks for the nice comments everyone!
 

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Actually Nittany, PA isnt a problem at all ... :wink:

Faux Finish is there to foal out, and I meet up with my PA based trainer probably once a month to move horses around so she is coming north up to Syracuse area and I cross the border and meet her there. It then only makes it a 4-5 hour drive for each of us and thats it, so if it was something you were interested in doing, all you'd need to do is get your mare to Jill i8n Bechtelsville, PA and then she can bring her the rest of the way for a very reasonable charge ...

See - wasnt THAT easy to solve?! :wink:
 

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Can I just say what fantastic horses you have and bred. If I had the money then I would definitely be thinking about importing one of them. I love the fact you've bred for quality and got lucky that the quality has come with those beautiful colours.
 

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Haha...it was easier when it was just a pipe dream!! If I win the lottery then I will definitely be giving you a call! Do you think you'll still be with this trainer next spring? I definitely want to breed her in the spring of 2011.
 

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Wow I love the colors of him babies. They are so beautiful!
 

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Thanks Lis! :) HUbby is originally from England and keeps saying we should go back there to live and then I look at the price of farms, and hay and bedding and EVERYTHING and tell him we'd be crazy to go back there! I dont know how you guys afford it to be very honest. Your costs are literally double to what we pay here in every single area ...

Nittany - Faux Finish wont be with Jill in 2011, but I'm sure I'll have a baby or two down there to show and sell, so you're in luck! 2011 should work equally as well ... Your mare looks gorgeous BTW in that one stall picture. Do you have a body shot of her you can post?

Heromyottb - tell me - PLEASE - those bows were just for Christmas :lol: and you dont make that poor guy walk around looking like that all the time!!! :lol: :oops: :lol:

All of the other horses will make fun of him if you do ... :wink:

Thanks again for the nice comments everyone!
 

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I don't have any good current confo shots but her conformation is fantastic. She looks dainty but she's really not. She's just not really heavily boned. She's somewhere around 16.0 or 16.1. Not officially sure. Here's some action shots of her =). I think she would throw the most awesome babies but I don't have the money right now to breed her. She's a 2001 mare so I want to break her maiden in the next couple of years. You wouldn't be interested in leasing her to breed her and keeping the baby in exchange for a future breeding would you? hehe. Her registered name is R Mischievous Lady. She's got a pretty nice pedigree too. I just hate the stupid live cover rule for TBs. Everyone on the board should be shot so we can bring AI into the TB registry!!
 

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Darn you for posting a pic of a palomino Anglo-Arab! :lol: Now I have a visual of what Zierra's baby would look like!

I have to say at this point, Guaranteed Gold has skyrocketed to the top of my list. I have always been interested in Anglo-Arabs, as I never want to stray from my love for Arabs but I would love something bigger and more athletic. Unfortunately, there is nothing by way of a Thoroughbred in our area I'm interested in and attempting to purchase an Anglo-Arab is harder then pulling teeth.

And we're in Manitoba, so could either do shipped or bring her down! So tempting...
 

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She looks like such a nice, pleasant, beautiful mare Nittany! But I DONT need any more mares! I just bought 2 more ... ssshhh! ... dont anyone tell hubby ... its a "surprise"! :lol:

OKay MM ... here are more gorgeous Anglo's to tempt you some more! :twisted:



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I ADORE the Anglo foals he has produced. They have all kept that exquisitely beautiful Arab head and type, he has added a lot of height to the foals (even out of small mares that are 14.3-15hh for generations, those foals are finishing 15.3 and sometimes 16hh), he is giving them a longer stride and a more substantial body to them as well. I think his Arab crosses rank as my all time favorites - they are all stunningly beautiful!

And I know what you mean about finding a nice Anglo is like pulling teeth. A client wanted a bay sabino Anglo and I looked everywhere for her and there were none to be found. Anywhere at any price. That is also one reason I keep mulling over breeding Faux Finish to Khartoon Khlassic and hope for a dilute sabino Anglo that is 16-16.2hh. I think there would be a fabulous market for that foal if I managed to produce something like that!

So ... have I convinced you yet? :wink: Manitoba is SO close - semen would be overnighted to you and would be there before noon the next day!
 

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Oh you're an evil soul! Actually, Khartoon has been at the top of my list for some time now. To be frank, the sabino is a bonus, but I really am madly in love with his conformation. He's built like an Arabian should be - sturdy and solid, refined and yet capable of more then being a pasture pet. He's one of my favorite Arab studs on the market right now, I could care less if I even got a solid foal from him.

My dilemma comes in with wanting something leggier and more sport like for awhile now. I love my purebred Arabians dearly, but they are rather small and I would immensely enjoy getting into Dressage and jumping. There are a few Warmblood studs I've considered breeding her to, but they seem to throw more bulk then what I want - that and I've always been a fan of all racy type temperments. I deal best with amped up horses that always have some place to go!

Any future considerations into selling him? I can say with certainty I won't be breeding her for 2010 - not the right setup, not the right financial time in my life and a lot of other factors. But I'm almost definately aiming for 2011. She's 10 years old now and I don't want to be waiting much longer for a foal (maiden).

I've thought long and hard about purchasing, but here in Manitoba we simply don't have the market. They want $5,000 for a green Arabian Warmblood because it's part Warmblood (in your dreams), Anglo-Arabs are non-existant and I do not like what our very small Arabian community has to offer by way of either sales or breedings. So it's definately been a plan I've put extreme thought and consideration into for many years now.
 

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I thought you'd like my motives for posting all of those pictures! :twisted:

No plans at all in selling GG for the forseeable future. I guess if someone came along and made me an offer I couldnt refuse, thats one thing, but he hasnt been stuck out front tied to the mailbox with a "For Sale" sign on him yet ... :lol:

Have we seen a conformation picture of your girl? And how tall is she?

What are your thoughts with breeding Faux Finish to KK? SUPPOSEDLY (from my Arab friends who supposedly know about these things!) the Anglo's that are nice and tall (over 16hh) with the pretty white markings can easily go for $25,000 - $50,000 and if you add in dilute colouring to the mix supposedly the sky is the limit - there are no dilute sabino Anglo's out there for sale at all to even try and figure out what they would be worth!

What do you think? It would sure be a different cross for her and its a market I dont know a whole lot about at all ...
 

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WOW!! I think he is one of the most stunning stallions I've ever seen. I really wish I had a mare to breed to him. I'm drooling over his foals as well!
 
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