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#11 bgrayusa

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Posted 23 November 2009 - 04:46 PM

I've been very, very impressed with the athletic stallions at Mandolynn Hill.
Have a look www.mandolynn.com

I've raced an Amazing Son gelding
and there is a very versitle stallion called Sunny's RAinbow.
Have a look

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Posted 24 November 2009 - 05:35 AM

You should consider 1 of these 3 stallions -all of whom are Bay and throw colored foals.
Nagsous from Treff-Haven Arabians.
Galaxy I from Wind Czar Arabians.
Galaxy Annuket WZ (Galaxy I x TreffHaven Nageed (Nagsous)) and I don't know where he stands but is a product of crossing the above 2 horses and this horse just finished the 25 at the Egyptian Event in 1:44. NO JOKE.
These are fantastic, old world Egyptian horses that are still built like the imports from the early 1900's - not halter type like many of the SE's today. I've seen Nagsous in person and own one of his daughters: Treff-Haven Salma. I attached a pic of her for reference.

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Posted 31 December 2009 - 07:38 PM

Here is my moms SE stallion RB Shah Mareekh.He has produced a bay and chestnut out of one of her grey mares.She is located in Morehead KY.He live covers and is very gentle with the mares.Posted Image

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Posted 01 January 2010 - 06:20 AM

Peter Mileo's stallion is not a bay -- but he could still be dominant for the agouti gene even though a chestnut...he is a good prospect to check out. Excellent conformation and successful in endurance, too. A pretty pretty athlete siring pretty athletes!
His website is http://www.cityslickerranch.net

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 04:45 PM

I'm looking for a bay or agouti dominate stallion for my grey mare who recently was diagnosed with aggressive melanoma. She has lines to Nabiel, Nabor, Imdal, Bask, lots of Raffles, Ansata and Morafic. She's slightly off set in front and lighter muscled in the rear than I might like. She has good substance and depth, bone, trusting temperment and tough personality, good feet, angle of limb and balance with a great walk.

I'm looking for a compact horse with long reaching (sport horse/endurance) gait, good front legs and rear and big eye. No Thee Desperado. I'd like to get a great deal on the stud fee so I can afford all the shipping, collecting and vet costs which I know can get to be as high as the stud fee. Egyptian/Polish/Crabbet mixes or 'straights'.

My vet said I should breed her in the next five years if I'm going to so I have a year or so to pick the right guy. I've read the Belesemo and Kismet-bred horses are doing well for endurance? Any suggestions? Anyone know of Kismet-bred Fantizon? I've tried to email the owners. How would I find stallions with great metabolics?



Jennifer Whitaker in Tenn. has a great endurance stallion. Contact her thru mystic rose arabians .com

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Posted 05 January 2010 - 08:22 PM

I'm looking for a bay or agouti dominate stallion for my grey mare who recently was diagnosed with aggressive melanoma. She has lines to Nabiel, Nabor, Imdal, Bask, lots of Raffles, Ansata and Morafic. She's slightly off set in front and lighter muscled in the rear than I might like. She has good substance and depth, bone, trusting temperment and tough personality, good feet, angle of limb and balance with a great walk.

I'm looking for a compact horse with long reaching (sport horse/endurance) gait, good front legs and rear and big eye. No Thee Desperado. I'd like to get a great deal on the stud fee so I can afford all the shipping, collecting and vet costs which I know can get to be as high as the stud fee. Egyptian/Polish/Crabbet mixes or 'straights'.

My vet said I should breed her in the next five years if I'm going to so I have a year or so to pick the right guy. I've read the Belesemo and Kismet-bred horses are doing well for endurance? Any suggestions? Anyone know of Kismet-bred Fantizon? I've tried to email the owners. How would I find stallions with great metabolics?


Katie,

Is this the same Katie that emailed me asking about my stallion Majestic Marquis?
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Posted 06 January 2010 - 02:49 AM

How about Fasas? He is a proven producer of endurance horses - his son just won the 2009 Tevis Cup.
Kind regards Tracy



I second this choice,although he is a grey also.A proven producer and a very resonable fee plus oitstanding pedigree! or-Maybe you can look at Casino Royal.He is not a grey and may be what you are looking for and produces a lot of eye candy with using ablity thrown in.He has discount breedings through the sport horse program and other nominations as well,so you can get a service for a reasonable fee.

If you are looking for good metabolics and a compact muscular body I would try to track down Gulastras Splash. I rode with his sire, Gulastras Knight, at Pan Ams in WA in 2003 and he was amazing. Gulastras Knight is the only stallion to win the National BC award. It was either 2008 or 2007 that he had 10 rides and 10 BCs!!!! That is unbelievable. I always wanted to breed to Gulastras Knight but could never find him Posted Image. I also have an EXCELLENT stallion whose babies compete in 100 mile endurance rides all over the world. Many have been exported and are very successful in the Middle East and Europe as well as in the USA. Tomanchie. He is Polish.



Interesting,if you follow this up please let us know what you find out.Thanks.

Peter Mileo's stallion is not a bay -- but he could still be dominant for the agouti gene even though a chestnut...he is a good prospect to check out. Excellent conformation and successful in endurance, too. A pretty pretty athlete siring pretty athletes!
His website is http://www.cityslickerranch.net

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Yep,Peters stallion is proven and a good suggestion.He can also carry a heavy rider and still have plenty of "trot".
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Posted 10 January 2010 - 08:03 PM

Jennifer Whitaker in Tenn. has a great endurance stallion. Contact her thru mystic rose arabians .com



Thanks for the endorsement =)
I hadn't put my stallion out there for consideration as he is a grey. However he has thrown both bays and chestnuts depending on the mares.

I'd be happy to work with you on costs, and you are local enough to bring your mare down for live cover.
I can tell you that Saga's metabolics are one of his best points, his resting HR at home is as low as 18 BPM. He seems to be passing this along well also - the vets have teased the owner of his eldest daughter about having taken her out and hidden in the bushes for an hour before coming back in - as her HR is too low to have done the whole loop!
Love that kind of feedback from the vets!!

You can see Saga on my site - www.mysticrosearabians.com or email, PM or call....
I'm happy to chat about him if you are interested!

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#19 morganm

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Posted 12 January 2010 - 07:19 PM

I second taking a look at the Mandolynn Hill Boys.


I will also toss in my boy- he has no chestnut foals to date and three of his foals express the agouti gene (the other is black). He is a champion SHIH both at USDF shows and at AHA shows. He is making his debut in hunter/SHUS this year.

He is heavy Raffles, double Ansata Ibn Halima, and double Khemosabi- so would be a nic complement to your girl's lines :)
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Here's his purebred son out of an Ansata/Azraff bred mare:
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reserve national champion AO Breeze 2001 chestnut stallion (Aclsic Raff x Mosha Khaitlyn)
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Posted 25 January 2010 - 02:38 AM

I've been studying stallions, so many... I really liked Parys LDV as he echoed my mare's dam's pedigree but his fee is $2000 plus other fees... and no mention of him being under saddle.

I loved Galaxy I, just what I'm looking for but his owner isn't in a position at this time to do AI with the fees for AHA certs.... I like his top line better than his son "Nuke" for my mare and those crosses to Sameh!

AO Breeze looks very nice too and I like the Raffles/Ansata cross. Actually, I think he has some of everybody, Serafix, Bask, I think I saw Comet in there too with 2x Abu Farwa.... along with the Khemo.

I read so many pedigrees I am getting where I can't keep them straight....

I'll take another look at the race horses, some of those fees were higher than I want.

Thanks everyone, I'm still checking them out.
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