Monthly Archives: June 2011

Unbelieveable Offer on Fielding Frozen Semen Doses

In a push to get more foals on the ground, and to clean out frozen inventory at the Hagyard Equine Medical storage location in Kentucky, I am offering full breeding doses of Fielding semen for $100 per breeding dose, plus shipping.  This is very fertile semen, resulting in six of seven first cycle pregnancies.

Fielding has a lifetime breeding license with the American Hanoverian Society and the Oldenburg NA/International Sporthorse Breeders.  Offspring are fully eligible for registration with these registries.  Because of Fielding’s Class I scores at his testing, he should be eligible for a breeding allowance from a large variety of other registries.  Interested breeders are welcome to contact me at 540.348.3495 or email me at autumnhillfarm@msn.com

Breeding doses picked up or shipped from the Select Breeders storage location in Maryland are subject to the full price per dose of $250.

( 3/15/2012 – All the doses at Hagyard have been sold.  Full price doses ($250) are available from Select Breeders.  Only 15 doses from this stallion remain.)

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Fielding finds fun at the Devon Horse Show Derby

For the first time since he was sold, I had the privilege of watching Fielding and owner Lindsay Rentz compete in the Hunters – at none other than the Devon Horse Show. 
 
Lindsay considered the class list and the competition the night before the $25,000 USHJA INternational Hunter Derby.  “At that point I was thinking… I just want to get around.”  Rentz entered Fielding in their second ever Derby against some of the best Derby horses (and seasoned riders) east of the Mississippi: Brunello, Praise, Sailor’s Valentine and last year’s winner Jersey Boy were all on the card.
 
“But we did more than just get around!…”  And so they did!  WIth a smooth, conservative ride, Lindsay and Fielding stood a thrilling 10th of 28 after the first round, and qualified for the Handy round of the competition.  “….I’m SO HAPPY we qualified!”  Derbys seem to suit both Fielding and Lindsay – ending up 11th overall after a solid Handy performance – even choosing a couple of high options this round.  Fielding clearly expressed a liking for this type of event, and Lindsay says his next Derby will be at Gettysberg on June 26th.
 
Stay tuned!  I plan on making another drive north to watch them “do the Derby” on June 26th.