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truehoncho
27 Jan 16 07:41
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I sometimes wonder whether these people know what they are saying. An irrelevant speech by an over privileged young lady. Far better if she was to do something such as produce decent stallions that are available to breeders at a sensible fee.
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Report Formtwist January 27, 2016 11:58 AM GMT
I think that she was certainly correct that we condemn perfectly good stallions to an early export because they are judged too soon by the market, and that sire-lines become madly fashionable irrespective of dam-line or conformation. She did make it clear that her position as a wealthy owner-breeder was a privileged one which gave her the freedom to use unfashionable stallions to produce racehorses rather than sales horses. To some extent, Truehoncho, you have expounded similar attitudes at a lower budget. What I do wish is that she would buy a British stud and stand some of their excellent stallions here, on a rotation with France and Ireland.
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