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    Default TB stallions with super strong back ends

    Have asked similar before but asking again cause slightly different criteria now.

    Looking for pure TB, back end of mare is weakest so needs excellent conformation especially in hind legs.
    Forward, bold type for eventing.

    Foal to keep.

    Alternatively - anywhere that stands multiple TB stallions? There's a lot of places that provide semen but generally they're TBx or WB.

    TIA

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    Default Re: TB stallions with super strong back ends

    My tb has a super strong back end. He is by Dubawi .

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    Default Re: TB stallions with super strong back ends

    Probably miles away from you, but my friend has the most super TB stallion, called My Eclipse, well proven by Shaab.

    http://www.trenerthequestrian.com/re...-stallion.html

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    Default Re: TB stallions with super strong back ends

    Here is a picture of one of ours by My Eclipse

    Last edited by PorkChop; 07-01-17 at 07:21 PM.

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    Default Re: TB stallions with super strong back ends

    My TB mare has a super strong back end and she is by Bandmaster. The other off spring of his that I have seen have been similar build - http://www.sporthorse-data.com/d?i=10040901
    Lizzie, Scrappy, Piglet, Tom, Duncan, Chiefy, Solly, Aaron, Peanut, Guinness, and many more - you have all helped to make me a better person. Gracie and all the others to come I am so looking forward to meeting you!

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    Default Re: TB stallions with super strong back ends

    You could look at Spring's Spirit, not a full TB, but very high at 75%, he's competing at 1* eventing and young stock are showing great promise in eventing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Springs View Post
    You could look at Spring's Spirit, not a full TB, but very high at 75%, he's competing at 1* eventing and young stock are showing great promise in eventing.
    Advertising your own horse again I see.

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    Default Re: TB stallions with super strong back ends

    Quote Originally Posted by Faracat View Post
    Advertising your own horse again I see.
    No just responding to a post on the forum.

    If you want to know more about advertising drop me a PM and I'll let you have all the details etc


    Many Thanks for your support

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    Default Re: TB stallions with super strong back ends

    Quote Originally Posted by Springs View Post
    You could look at Spring's Spirit, not a full TB, but very high at 75%, he's competing at 1* eventing and young stock are showing great promise in eventing.
    The op has a criteria they are looking for and your guy does not full fill that. Having seen him yesterday I can honestly say he wasnt what I was expecting ! Better leave it at that.

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    Default Re: TB stallions with super strong back ends

    Quote Originally Posted by Springs View Post
    No just responding to a post on the forum.

    If you want to know more about advertising drop me a PM and I'll let you have all the details etc


    Many Thanks for your support
    I'm not supporting you, I'm actually a little narked that some very valuable forum members who own stallions have been hauled over the coals for mentioning their horses, even in passing, yet you are constantly promoting your own stallion without any comeback. It just takes a look at your previous posts to see that you aren't really interested in taking part in this forum properly, it's mainly just to promote your own horse.

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