Appaloosa Stallion – Frozen Semen For Sale

If you have a mare and want to breed, might we suggest you continue to read
Our semen is stored at Stallion AI, it’s available should you wish to apply
Their stable names are Reus and Blu, they are so diverse its untrue
Their breeding is pure Appaloosa Blood, one good reason why they’re at stud
Reus’s Grandsire is the famous Eagles Thundern Toby, there’s a book published in all his glory
Blu boasts the Nez Perce Tribe, Grandparents from the famous Decker line
Their natures are brave, intelligent and kind, maybe the type you have in mind
With County, National and International awards, they are most definitely treated like Lords
We believe in taking things calm and slow, now under saddle just like pros
Trotting poles, grid work we’ve started, training their minds we don’t take for granted
Their progeny’s have been seen about; we believe their education is paramount
We’ve seen them win their Championship too, the eldest is Reality, the youngest is Ru
Choose a stallion to compliment your mare, we feel it’s important to make you aware
They are registered with all that are mandatory, we’ll file the stallion report as statutory
The LP gene is what you need, for the characteristics to be seen
Don’t get confused with the colour, use the AG calculator to save you an error
What coat pattern you get will be a surprise, it depends on your mare as you’ll soon realise
Contact us with any questions, we’re always happy to make suggestions
We want to share your goal of producing a healthy quality foal.
Paula Cooper
We have a new Face Book page for our frozen semen that’s available for the UK & Europe.

Redheart Appaloosa Public Breeding Page

The 2019 Redheart Appaloosa Foals Are Weaned…

Well, that was the easiest weaning we have ever had…

Maybe because we have four foals, maybe because our new stables have “windows” for them to interact?

Minimal “calling” from the mares and foals, quite honestly, we don’t know why the foals were actually not bothered, so we are just going to go with it!

Redheart Appaloosa Foals – Registered – Apaloosa Horse Club (ApHC)

All done…

We have 1 x 97% FPD, 3 X 100% FPD, 1 x GAP 5 and 1 x GAP 6 registered foals.

Our breeding plan is slowly getting there, 10 years later 🙂

 

 

Appaloosa Frozen Semen At Stallion AI

Its been twelve days since our stallion DFR Patahas Redheart entered the Stallion AI centre, they collected from him seven times and he’s averaged 8 doses per collection, his semen is of a small quality being less than 10ml per collection, seriously concentrated!

It is a long process to get the health papers, both pre and post, we have two weeks to wait before he can have his first post collection  CEM swabs taken, a further seven days before the second post CEM swabs and then a further seven days before we have the results. Only then will his frozen semen be validated for sale and shipment for the UK and Europe.

He certainly looks very well, the Stallion AI Team have taken great care of him. We are very happy to have him home although I believe from the staff reports he certainly enjoyed his holiday and behaved impeccably, as expected.

On his arrival home, he certainly had a lot to tell Reus…

Everyone likes a goody bag, such a nice touch 🙂

 

Relentless – Five Months Old

Education should be fun for foals and what ever we do is slow, repetitive and rewarding. The foals are now learning about pressure with ropes and they’re responding well.

Relentless is the eldest, so he’s the more advanced foal at 5 months old he’s learning to move his hind quarters away from the pressure applied with the rope, quick learner and a well deserved scratch was the reward.

 

The 2019 Foals – Content to Tie Up

Every day is a school day here at the stud, not only for the foals but me too.. Reading a horse is a gift and I try to read the outcome of a situation before it happens!

Teaching a foal to tie up takes time, we aim for stress free lessons with a positive result.

Here are our four foals at just over 16 weeks old, all happy and content being tied up!

Have a look just how chilled these foals are, videos on our Face Book Page.

 

 

 

 

 These pictures are before we turned the mares and foals back to their paddock, but what was waiting outside was two air balloons, I don’t think the foals would have tied up after this event, great pictures with the sunset, they soon settled but they were all quite frightened by the noise of the burners!