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Gorgeous girl, Tappiano! Looks like she's a good size filly, too.

Thanks for posting. I love to see the baby pics. :)

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Tapp she's as cute as they come. How is Earthly Delights doing?


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He's great, thanks for asking. I'm hoping to have someone go over to the training center to see him. There's no sense in my going down there until he's ready to breeze and that's not happening for at least another few months.


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Tappiano wrote:
He's great, thanks for asking. I'm hoping to have someone go over to the training center to see him. There's no sense in my going down there until he's ready to breeze and that's not happening for at least another few months.


Please keep us posted!


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She looks worth every penny of the stud fee and then some.


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Don't like her front legs looks like trouble.

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Nobody said you were a good judge of anything :D


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Maybe it's just the photos, nice enough dam had reasonable speed will be interesting one to follow.

You gonna race or sell?

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They are photos, not portraits, they will never be "perfect". I shared pictures of the colt as he grew too, and you could say the same thing about him and he's as straight as the day is long. It's all how they stand.. and most of the time they don't because their dams think whoever is in the paddock with them or at the fence has come with carrots and then they want whatever it is that you have and then you have to wait for them to move away and then you just take some pictures and hope they aren't splay legged or something like that because if they are someone is going to wonder why you would share a picture like "that".

The answer depends upon what the colt does.


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Nobiz hasn't got off to the best of starts.
Maybe your colt might help his stats.

Personally, not that you asked, would have sold the colt and kept the filly.
If you can get her to to the starting gate stats are in her favour to win.
Not that horses race by stats....
But all you can go on when breeding.

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I would still sell the colt for the right price, that has never changed, so in the interim I am doing the right thing which is spending money to give him the best possible education. He's in great hands and is thought of very highly, but that means nothing until the day he breaks from the gate in his first start.

Everything is for sale for the right price, my house, my car, my belongings and my horses.


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I think she looks good! Big filly and I have always loved Artie Schiller. Good job!


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What about your heart??? :twisted:

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