Favorite Hunter type stallions?

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  1. Magvns

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    How did I forget GG?! *head desk* He's a fav of mine as well :)
     
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    I like Cunningham
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    Acorino
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    Popeye K
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    JB, good choices! I really like More than Luck :)

    Same to you TX, I'm not a huge fan of greys (yet I own two haha) Cunningham is handsome though:D
     
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    Redwine is my fave, along with Cunningham and Popeye K

    I've always loved the looks of this fellow, Mr Livingston, and he screams hunter-type-TB....but I'm not sure what his success or his progeny success or show records look like in the hunters.

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    I've got a good friend who swears off anything by Cunningham. She's got several friends who have several offspring each by him, and almost all of them are never quite ever fully "broke". They go along just fine for weeks and months, and then they buck or rear or bolt or do stupid greenie/stubborn/etc things (and they are not greenies) and they are *intent* in their action, it's not just a "wheeee!" moment. Then they're saints again for however long, very unpredictable in what, where, when they are set off.

    They sure are pretty though, and are fantastic horses when they're nice!
     
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    ^ huh, thats interesting. I thought Cunningham was known for producing ammie friendly babies? maybe I'm thinking of a different stallion?
     
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    How strange! We've had two Cunningham kids in the barn, and I never heard anything like this about them. Hmm...
     






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