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Where we are missing the studs like Louella now.
Primitive Proposal is still standing and in my experience throws lovely, big, very sporty eventing types.
As has been pointed out by popsdosh, the OP is looking for a Thoroughbred, not a part-bred.
To the OP, I'd imagine that the best place to look for such a horse would be in Ireland, but so few of the studs out there have websites, often no internet connection, and any sensible camera salesman should make a killing! For most out there, chilled, frozen and shipping seem to be quite beyond them!
The Irish don't seem big on promotion, sadly and tend to rely upon their reputations and word of mouth! The best of the TBs though, are still standing in the Emerald Isle, I suspect.
It's such a shame that the best NH stallions are still commanding fees which are beyond the sport horse breeder. I remain convinced that if TB blood is what's needed, then just any-old TB won't do, it's horses with proven records which are needed.
I've decided that life's far to important for it to be taken seriously.
Bandmaster is a lovely big TB follow the link Primitive Proposal also standing there
Last edited by popsdosh; 08-01-17 at 07:56 PM.
This one also will do your job nicely.
I looked at Sirens Missile a couple of years ago. Not overly tall but a really lovely strong stamp. I was also impressed by Bandmaster. For me Springs Spirit has no depth or strength. I like the conformation on Sugarfoot too, but he is an old boy and natural only, plus chestnut and I am not keen on chestnut horses so I passed him by when I was looking.
Last edited by LizzieRC1313; 09-01-17 at 09:44 PM.