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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristin View Post
    Here is another of my QH girls...
    Whats her breeding? I had a grey Rock Olena mare that could be her twin.
    Oh & the yearling is STUNNING.
    Yeh Jag was a SH reject, lol. Some reject hay, great big hearted little fella he is, I could take a reject or 2 like him, lol.
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    LOOK WHAT I FOUND
    Height - 17.2 hh Age - 10 yo Price - $2,500

    Sire Clydesdale 'Nioka Flash Joe'. Dam 'Annie' Australian Draft. Both Woodlands Stud. Broken to harrness & saddle.

    So cheap, wonder if it's a mare or gelding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristin View Post
    And since we are talking Pallys here is my Quarab Murrumbo Gold Rustler x Yaninganook Serenity.
    Love Quarabs, we used to have a Hollywood Bill quarab mare. She was the best trail horse we ever had.......We had her till she was thirty from foal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kristin View Post
    And since we are talking Pallys here is my Quarab Murrumbo Gold Rustler x Yaninganook Serenity.
    Now that really is a lovely Quarab. I'm really not a Quarab fan,never have been as being an Arab person we were getting a tad tired of seeing the percentages per Arab breeding being lowered and then lowered some more that were being approved by the stud books/society.
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    I'm not into many of todays arabs but many moons ago they where sure footed hard hooved horses with much thicker bone than todays average arab. I like a nice quarab breed on the right bloodlines.
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    Presents for sale Alcheringa Imprint. 6yo 14.2hh approx, Welsh Cob D stallion. See Ponies for full advert. Grantulla Stud ~ Breeding Welsh Performance Ponies
    Grantulla presents for sale Alcheringa Imprint 6yo 14.2hh approx Welsh Cob D stallion. Commencing his saddle career he is already the 2010 Native Pony Championships champion stallion and qualifying again for the 2011 championship. With many champions and supremes to his name this show season Imprint will continue to make a highly competitive performance pony in his native, show working hunter and as a dressage pony. With good scope and hock action Imprint has exceptional movement and conformation and excellent temperament. Already a proven sire we are more than impressed with his current progeny and have high hopes for them. $12,500. Available to the best of homes Stud or performance prospect. Youngstock available. For further details www.grantulla.com Ph 0402 516 647


    WOW WOW WOW.......................
    Dear oh me I should not have seen that, lol................
    Now he'd make some handsome sulky ponies indeed.
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    WANT WANT WANT WANT.
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    Britt,
    Did you see Ministril the Gypsy Cob stallion advertised in Horse Deals this months????
    I'd love to know the prize as he is still young & will fill out nicely I think.
    Love to know why they are selling him though??????????
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    yep! I think not owning a gypsy is the bane of my existence. sooooo lovely. Whistleblower is yummy.

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    I think Whistleblowers son in WA at Taylor Made will be nice also.

    I'm a little disapointed in Padlins son Chiverly's head though as to me it looks a little course & not stallion materal & I thought he would be a stunner when i saw his foal pics...

    I really want to get a colt of stallion potenal & we are only just starting to see some born here of that quality in the last year. I'm thinking another breeding season with all these new imports(some being proven stallions)& then there really will be some potenal on the ground then worth parting with the bigger $$$ for.
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