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#51 liz

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Posted 29 January 2012 - 07:26 AM

I agree- Barzan is one of those "freaks" like Triana, its one of those super happy, 1 in a million crosses.

If manages to produce like himself he will be an invaluable sire. I adore him.


I think he is extremely unique . And will he ever breed one mare on US Soil ? who is on the list ? who to be the chosen few.... and he is in the process of setting the showring standard, until another great one appears. To me this is fascinating actually.

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Posted 29 January 2012 - 07:05 PM

Barzan will never be duplicated I don't think. Indeed his head isn't what's expected to see right now in the upper end halter crowd, but the body/neck, size, charisma far exceeds the norm.
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Totally agree that Barzan is out of the norm and never to be duplicated. He looks like a living bronze. I'm being a nit pic when I speak of his ears as I couldn't take my eyes off of him in Scottsdale... to me he really was living art.
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Posted 29 January 2012 - 07:46 PM

Liz

Totally agree that Barzan is out of the norm and never to be duplicated. He looks like a living bronze. I'm being a nit pic when I speak of his ears as I couldn't take my eyes off of him in Scottsdale... to me he really was living art.


You're trying to make him "perfect". and we know there has been no perfect yet.

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Posted 29 January 2012 - 11:10 PM

You're trying to make him "perfect". and we know there has been no perfect yet.


Yes if those ears were just a little bit closer set and slimmer he would be perfect! ;) LOL!

Regardless, he was very much a treat to watch in the showring in Scottsdale, Liz!
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Posted 03 March 2012 - 08:39 AM

On site at Midwest Training Centre Scottsdale. He was beautifully presented - naturally. David did a nice job.

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Posted 03 March 2012 - 09:07 AM

I picked up a P mare from a very old man way up in my neck of the woods. What were the chances? I am learning so much about these different families, their characteristics and traits. Amazingly overwhelming :) Pentika V is in foal to Gotcha and I can hardly wait.
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Posted 03 March 2012 - 09:12 PM

I picked up a P mare from a very old man way up in my neck of the woods. What were the chances? I am learning so much about these different families, their characteristics and traits. Amazingly overwhelming :) Pentika V is in foal to Gotcha and I can hardly wait.


Please let us know when *Gotcha foals hit the ground. Can't wait to see them!
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Posted 02 January 2013 - 02:13 PM

I wanted to bump this thread up as we are coming into 2013 and the first *Pogrom foal crop and I'm hoping Liz and others that might be expecting will post photos here.

I waddled back and forth and finally pulled the trigger today and bought a breeding to *Pogrom. I really wanted to breed to a Gazal sire line stallion (I previously bred to the performance multi res. national champion *TA Monet+/ and had a MM colt until last week)... but there are a lot of options out there and it took nearly a year of "thinking" before I settled on a sire to breed to.

I am unbelievably excited and am still on the fence as to which of my mares I will take him to- I think he looks promising with both my Russian/Psyche mare and my Pure Polish girl.

Here are some photos I took of him last year at Scottsdale (I realize these are almost a year old now- but thought I would share):
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Barzan, also mentioned on this thread, is coming available as a sire in 2013 and I am on the wait list, although with my recent purchase and his $4500 introductory stud fee I will likely pass on the opportunity unless something big happens before my place in line is called. I did hear a rumor that he was bred to a couple of Al Shahania's mares last year later in the Spring, so it will be interesting to see what comes from him this year, if any foals :) Is anyone else on the waitlist?
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Posted 09 January 2013 - 01:38 AM

The first *Pogrom foal has arrived...

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Posted 09 January 2013 - 07:50 AM

I saw this- can't wait to see more of the first foals.
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