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lyn_j

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[SIZE=14pt]Lets see who you have bred for foals for next year! We will call the thread Great Expectations for the expected foals to come. First I have bred Michigans Man of Steel to two mares. Steel is ASPC AMHR and HOF Halter[/SIZE]



to Simply Irresistable ASPC may be amhr in spring



and also PHP Baileys Irishcream. AMHR



More in next thread.....
 

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[SIZE=14pt]Michigans Sweet N Sour ASPC AMHR HOF Halter working on driving HOOF[/SIZE]



to New Hopes Carbon Copy AMHR will be AMHA Multiple halter Championships working on HOF Halter and driving.



more......
 

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[SIZE=14pt]Knighthawke EK's Blue Countess aka Fancy[/SIZE]



to the son of National Champion Thunders True Copy, Tripple K Copys Bluelite Special.



This ought to be a black and white pinto for sure!

And there is one more that we are keeping our fingers crossed that the peanut on the ultrasound is still there..... National Champion Michigans TV Image is bred to Michigans Uninformed Voter..... Pics not available right now that will be an ASPC AMHR Foal Now lets see all of yours....BTW All but one of these will be for sale so if you want to get on a notification list..... e mail or pm me.

Lyn
 
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Keep in mind these mares are a combo of mine, my moms, my aunts and my uncles.

First this stallion.........Meltons Phantom Hawk



To these mares and then some.









 

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This stallion, B & W's Bucks Masquerading to these mares.........plus all of my other uncles mares who he is visiting now.



his mares







These 3 mares, depending on there dates when ultrasounded are either bred to the buckskin or our homozygous stallion we sold. IM betting on the homozygous as I did not see them in heat at all after they were put with the buckskin





We also have 2 mares left to foal yet. I know my mare will for sure stay open til spring. Not sure on the other mare or not.
 

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I only have one mare due for June 06. This will be our first baby.

My Mare...Delight's Cayenne Princess, AMHA, AMHR and I hope to have her WCMHR too.



She is in foal by my friends stallion...Toyland Hobby Hobie, Pure falabella stallion registered in FMHA, AMHA, AMHR, and WCMHR.



Baby will be a Falabella blend. Should beable to registered it in AMHA, AMHR, WCMHR, And FBR

Great post and very nice horses everyone!
 

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[SIZE=14pt]No one else has pics???? Nice combos you two. Ashley that black mare and the bay mare in your first post insist on moving to Virginia ! Donna you are going to get a very colorful baby is my prediction. Forgot to say when those mares are due..... Fancy is due mid march 2006, Hattie may 15th, looks like I will miss the taylor sale next year?? maybe but hope not! Bailey May 21st, Image Memorial Day and Carbon Mid June.[/SIZE]

Looks like MONTHS of mare stare for me!


Lyn
 

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All of our girls are open for next year--by time we got down here and settled in, we decided to wait until early next year. Besides, none of my "For Sale" horses have gotten so much as an inquiry-not even a scammer!!
 

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I don't have a big herd but here's mine:

Our stallion Phantom



Angel--maiden mare




Susie--experience mare


 

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We have no breedings for next year, but we are starting to look for a mare in foal for next year to purchase after we sell our broodmare Honey. We want something a bit more refined and smaller. And hopefully in 2008 we will be expecting our foals from our new colt
 

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This stallion:



Bred to these mares:









plus three more that I don't have photos posted of yet. One is our Sherry, who is a real pretty little smokey black mare of Sheep Meadow, Small World and Bond breeding; one is a Lucky Hart mare of Komokos (including Teenie Jeanie) breeding and the third is our GMB bred mare Timie, who produced these two foals by the same stallion:



(The only yearling photo we've taken of this girl was back in the spring when she was still shedding...she looks great, in a scruffy sort of way. Have to try for some new ones but haven't got to it yet.)

Then of course there's our Lucky Hart A Little Faith who will be in foal to Little King's Buckeroo God when we bring her home later this fall.
 

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Looks like you guys should have some awesome foals to look forward to next year! If I don't sell 2 of my broodmares...and if everyone takes...I'll have 11 due next year...which is giving me a headache just thinking about it


Tracy
 

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These are the ones I know of so far. All of my mares are due in April.

Samis Soap Suds



bred to

Hunt House Farms Superstar



Samis Klassic Kreme



Reh's Night Mariah



And

Oak Parks Oh Wow



bred to

Ramakers SMW Rhapsody in Blue



I might try to breed one mare to my new stallion.

Lucky Four Sugar Boys Superstar



to either

Reh's Oh Oh



or

Cottontails Teddy Bear, I don't have a photo of Teddy yet. I guess I need a new photo of Oh Oh too as she is 18 now and the photo is from when she was 3....lol.
 

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Well been a very different breeding season in my part of the country (we think mainly weather related) -but here are the "exposed mares" I have a feeling they all didn't take. I took all my stallions out July 1st as I would rather wait and if any aren't settled until early spring as I really like March - May foals.



Stallion:

Little Kings Big City Buck -- Buckeroo SON, and Ramblin Starbuck grandson. This

will be BC's first foal crop so gave him quite a few mares to see what happens...



his mares:

*MCC Feathers Silver Streak - she is a 32.5" Reserve National Champion (And National Champion producer) gray(dominate dun gene) appaloosa daughter of Yellow Diamond Little Feather and grandaughter of Hemlock Brooks Eypgtian King.

*Mansons Red Roan Spotted Socks Lady - 33.25" red roan mare, who is a Multi National Champion producing mare, was a grand champion many times herself and is now going to be a Superior dam and she is young.

* Erica's Worth the Wait - 31.5" buckskin daughter of Little Kings B T Buck BAndito (BTU son), Worthy was shown and did really well in her yearling year. This will be her first foal....She is a maternal sister to Erica's Prince Charming (Natioanl Champ)

*Erica's AD I'll Make My Own Design - 34" gray pinto mare who is a grandaughter of Love Me Tender

* World of Miniatures Infinity - 32.5" buckskin appaloosa mare who is really fancy.

* Cross Country Lil Bacon Bits - 33.75" bay daughter of Lazy N Redboy - this mare is a Multi National Champion producer and just one of my favorites.

* Erica's EK Rowdy Lady - 34" bay/black Lazy N Redboy granddaughter, and Hemlock Brooks Eyptian King grandaughter. Already a Supreme Champion producer with her first foal

*1 outside mare also.....

Stallion-Little Kings B T Buck Bandito - BTU son and is a Supreme halter champ himself and a Multi National Champion producer.



* Applewoods Echos Adventuress - 30" daughter of Little Kings Buck Echo - and her first foal is already going Grand left and right.

* Mountian Meadows Dancing in Diamonds - 33.75" silver dapple, Reserve Natioanl Champion halter mare and Top five driving mare.

* Little Kings Heir to Glory - 34" buckskin Buckeroo grandaughter (Buckwheat daughter)

*Erica's Prom Queen - 28" silver dapple Pinto mare, NFC, Bond bred. (possibly for sale as she is too small for my breeding program really)

*Cross Country Ima Penny Lane - 34" buckskin daughter of Cross Country Rowdy Reflection (Redboy son)

sold 2 mares in foal to Bandito for 2006

and had 5 outside mares come in for breeding



Stallion-Erica's Prince Charming - 2 times Reserve National Champion, I tried to bred one mare before he left for Montanna in early March



Mares-

*LM Hawks Queen of Denial - black daughter of Champion Farms Nighthawk out of a FWF mare.

Stallion-

Cross Country Take My Breath Away - Winning lots of Grands, National Top 3, son AND grandson of Lazy N Redboy



Mare

*Erica's Knock Your Socks Off - Multi National Champion, HOF, Supreme ext.......31.75" bay pinto daughter of Little Kings B T Buck Bandito.

*** This is my most antipated cross, she is going for ultrasound next week so hopefully ....
 

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Ozzy is just a yearling, so we had to use an outside stallion this year.

We bred two mares to R3's stallion, Checkmate Bobby Joes Encore, a 28.50" black pinto with roaning:



Jandts Cheeri Deeri is a 33.75" chestnut sabino overo mare, due in April 2006:





Redrock Neon Starlight is a 33.25" silver dapple minimal splash mare, due in April 2006. Starlight is a PROVEN producer of show horses.

 
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What a great post, I love looking at these matchups! I'm sure there will be many nice foals resulting. :D Wish I was breeding this year, but have to wait, and wait, and then....wait some more.
 

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I don't have anything bred for next year, I need to regroup alot. But I hope next year to breed my 29" mare Villas Party Doll to Glenn Stars Sun Dance. So my great expectation I hope will be due in 2007.

Party Doll



Sun Dance

 
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[SIZE=14pt]Oh Karen....very very worth the wait!!!![/SIZE]

Lyn
 

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Well Lyn you will have to fight migh aunt for them, they are hers. The black mare is her ex show mare that she took to the AMHR hall of fame. She was open this year, and the liver chestnut pictured at the bottom of that group is her daughter from 2 years ago.

THe bay mare, is actually possibly going back to where we got her on trade for a colt. IF not, I might be able to help you get her there.
 

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We are looking foward to four foals for next year-

Our stallion C Spots Justin Falabella-



was bred to-

C Spots Salvo Import Saga-



Amore Misty Eve



Toyland Falabella Calita



and we also have Little Chief's Spring Blossom bred to Falabella appy stallion Porteno:)

Want to be on our 06' foal list? email me


Tammie
 

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