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Merikle Waters

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PostSubject: Looking For Stallions   September 24th 2008, 4:20 pm

I have been searching and searching the net for the perfect stallion for my mare. I want well known working/running or halter lines, and looking for an APHA or double registered stud.

My mare is http://www.allbreedpedigree.com/shes+aloof

Gems faults I'd like to try to fix for the foal -

A better sloped shoulder
bigger hip
shorter back
little pretty head

Also, requirements are, HYPP N/N, OLWS Negative (so looking for only Splash white, sabino, and tobiano, no Frame overo's)

I honestly plan to do AI because I can't seem to find a local stud I even really like, and my mare probably wouldnt settle if hauled around.

Im looking for something under 1K.

Thanks for your help! Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Looking For Stallions   September 24th 2008, 5:18 pm

http://www.p5equestrian.com/
I love you I love this horse, World AQHA/APHA Qualifier.Halter and Pleasure. And a super mind.
Absolutely No Doubt
2004 Red Roan Stallion, 15.2 hands
AQHA reg. # 4578367; APHA reg #896,273
Sire: Absolute Investment
Dam: Shez Got Good Style by Zippos Mr Good Bar
Stud Fee: $1,000
(includes first collection fee for shipped semen and on farm breeding)

Foal Futurity Eligibility
AQHA Incentive Fund, NSBA Stallion Incentive, NSBA Breeders Championship, Nebraska Breeders

They also have.

A Scenic Impulse


2002 sorrel Overo Stallion
Sire: A Danson Impulse
Dam: Ima Scenic Pinebar
APHA # 00715425 15.2 hands
Hes a great cross for your Zippo-bred mares!
2004 Reichert Celebration Champion Equine Chronicle $90,000 Color Classic

Breeding Fee: $1,500
(Includes first collection fee for shipped semen and on farm breeding)

Foal Futurity Eligibility

KPHIF - KY Breeders' Incentive Fund, Wisconsin PHC SSA Futurity, Just For Pleasure

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PostSubject: Re: Looking For Stallions   September 24th 2008, 8:26 pm

Look on quarterhorsestallions.com and go to the paint stallions. There are many there and lots of web sites on them. study

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Merikle Waters

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PostSubject: Re: Looking For Stallions   September 24th 2008, 10:47 pm

thank you both of you! Very Happy I have searched and searched and am having real issues finding the one I want.

I do really want a big name stud, just not willing to pay to breed for 2K when I could buy one for that!

Thanks again, Im off to go check them out!
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Kidd Kuhlmann

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PostSubject: Re: Looking For Stallions   September 24th 2008, 11:02 pm

There is a double registered stallion in TX who is pretty nice - very well bred - I think he is $1000 and they ship semen.
Awesome Chrome

Also a paint stallion that stands at South West Stallion Station - Raise A Jet - he is older but I think they still ship on him! You can get to him for 750 last time I checked.

Check out "speedhorsemagazine.com" and go to the annual stallion register (I think its still online).

Also - racehorseplace.com has a few stallions on it (Awesome Chrome is there)
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Lynn M.

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PostSubject: Re: Looking For Stallions   September 25th 2008, 12:33 am

don't be afraid to do the stallion auctions I was reading the Performance Horse mag... and I think it was the Reined Cow Horse Association is doing their's as an on line bidding this year I can look again for the web site info...

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PostSubject: Re: Looking For Stallions   September 25th 2008, 6:02 am

I just love all the stallions at http://www.brookspaintsandquarters.com/

They also have a dual reg Paint stallion Chicks Dun Kidden also a nice Tobiano and im not a tobiano fan at all but like him.

Just noticed on there website that Chicks Dun Kidden died last year but still has frozen semen available.
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PostSubject: Re: Looking For Stallions   September 25th 2008, 10:14 am

Stallion actions are a great way to go. I am heading to one myself with my stud in Spokane. It is a paint auction and has the live internet feed.. They also take call in bids.. www.nwssa.com Very Happy

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