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post Mar 9 2004, 03:33 PM
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I would be interested to have a honest opinion on Madkour I from breeders that knew him well.

I know about the numerous showwinners, his impact on breeding showhorses, I know he had pigmentation problems, etc.

But I'm interested how was this horse conformation wise? Legs? Movements? Any recurring problems with his offspring?

Any offspring doing well in performance?
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post Mar 9 2004, 03:34 PM
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I mean this fella by Hadban Enzahi


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post Mar 9 2004, 08:49 PM
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Really, no opinions?
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post Mar 10 2004, 04:18 AM
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I never "knew" him myself but I in love with him for the simple fact that he is the sire of one my favorite stallions ever. JAMILLL!!!

His breeding is a major part of my own breeding program and I am always looking for horses with this bloodline. biggrin.gif
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post Mar 10 2004, 06:55 PM
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Hallo Alfons,

I hope you are or understand German - hoffentlich kann ich wegen der Fachbegriffe in Deutsch antworten - sonst übersetzt vielleicht jemand??:

Madkour I ist berüchtigt als Vererber des Kreuzgalopps, gilt aber ansonsten als Reitpferde-Macher. Meine Stute (2x Madkour I als Opa und Uropa) hat die Neigung zum Kreuzgalopp geerbt. Ihre zweijährige Tochter von Al Kidir zeigt wundervolle Galoppwechsel im Freilauf, was nach Meinung einiger Fachleute die Kreuzgalopp-Neigung eher aussschließen soll.

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post Mar 10 2004, 10:24 PM
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Conformation wise Madkour I was the best sE son of Hadban Enzahi available. His half brothers Mahomed and Malik were more extreme in type and had more charisma but Madkour I had the best legs of them all and a faultless topline with a good croup and good whithers. Jmo.
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post Mar 10 2004, 10:32 PM
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And by the way: Madkour I's most look-alike son is the gold stallion El Thay Malikh

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post Mar 11 2004, 03:17 PM
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NOTHING-really nothing against Madkour I !
Great performers, correct, good movers, unbelievably lovely temperament!plus beauty and type
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Erna Kornelis
post Mar 11 2004, 03:23 PM
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Who knows more about his son Sennefer, who seems to have emerged from nowhere?
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post Mar 11 2004, 03:37 PM
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Hi Erna,

Sennefer is owned by Flaxman Arabians / van Nes Family now! You will find him on their homepage...

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Christian
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post Mar 11 2004, 04:25 PM
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What do you want to hear? He was judged twice National Champion Stallion of Germany with the highest marks at this time, won the get of sire class on many occasions, sired equally good sons and daughters, sired countless champion horses (Er and sE) and was one of the most successful sires in Germany. His sons won the stallion licensing, were good performers at the stallions performance tests and went on to become good sires in their own right.
Yes, he had pigmentation problems like most horses of this line and hadn't movements like a Gotthardt. That's the more negative side.
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post Mar 11 2004, 07:25 PM
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Hi You can see SENEFFER in the new ARABER JOURNAL!!!
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post Mar 12 2004, 09:23 PM
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Anybody seen his son Sefir? Pictures?
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post Mar 21 2004, 03:22 PM
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Madkour I ?
Fantastische Gänge, grade Beine, wundervolles Auge, extrem typvoll.... Vererber von Kreuzgaloppern ? Ich habe 20 Jahre lang einen Madkour I Sohn geritten. Nicht einmal verkehrt angaloppiert, Kreuzgalopp unbekannt -egal ob unter dem Sattel oder freilaufend.
Ich würde meine Stute jederzeit zu ihm bringen, gäbe es ihn noch. Und wenn ich dafür einen Bankkredit aufnehmen müßte...
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post Mar 21 2004, 04:03 PM
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Habe schon öfter gehört, dass Madkour I von Züchtern abgelehnt wird, wegen der Pigmentstörungen, die man öfter bei Nachkommen sieht... unsure.gif
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