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Date Posted: 09:46:20 05/27/09 Wed
Author: Kyla McKinney
Subject: Heinse
In reply to: Andrea 's message, "Heinse 354" on 05:12:11 05/26/09 Tue

The accusation you are making is way more than unfair. Iron Springs has lost only 1 warmblood stallion in the entire time that they owned Friesian horses and it was Contango of old age. Friesians have major genetic issues, there have been many approved stallions that have stood in NA die at an early age. Look at Dr Montremares horses Wicher and Bonne who both died at age 12 and Bonnes full brother Teunis as well at 12. There is a whole list of approved stallions who have died of strange issues or colic prior to the age of ten. I don't know where you've been.

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