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Grand Prix dressage competitions as well as team medals, and is considered one of the greatest sires of all time. Knowing that both Dreammaster DMV’s sire and dam have achieved exceptional competition results makes us proud to realize the talents for our own licensed stallion, especially as we move him into Grand Prix training.


We also share this story so that other stallion


owners consider carefully the two paths available for licensing. While we believed in taking the performance route for licensing our stallion, often the road less


traveled, not every stallion owner can aff ord this long


and expensive journey, which could in the end prove that your stallion prospect should indeed be gelded and not reproduced! But on the other hand, that journey can confi rm the talent, soundness and trainability of your horse worthy of passing on to progeny. Since each breed registry has their own guidelines for licensing, research what those requirements are in order to make your fi nal decision as to how you will obtain approval and licensing for your own stallion.


Go to www.dreamcatchermeadows.com for more information.


Join us as we return to the Caribbean ! January 13 - 20, 2013 Special Guest Speaker


and back by popular demand Dr. Christian Schacht


Enjoy relaxing days and exceptional evenings with fellow sporthorse enthusiasts


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