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Date Posted: 09:47:44 09/27/10 Mon
Author: Ileana
Subject: Thanks

Yes my stallion has been to a Keur before as a weanling. He is in the foalbook as a 1st premie. Next year I will take him to the Keur and hope to get at least foalbook star. The judge at his weanling Keur told the breeder "not to cut him too soon". My thought process was that the IBOP could be a strategy for having the judges look t him again and consider him for the stallion test assuming he moves well during the IBOP. However, it sounds like the only reason I would test via the IBOP is to check his suitability for riding and/or driving; there is no other advantage for a stallion. Okay that answers my question. Whatever the outcome, he is very special. Thanks.

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