Jendali

magic104

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Well I tried to get some decent photo's & failed, partly panic over the batteries running out!! Forgot to take the better camera, so these do not do him justic.

The man himself
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He has excellent feet, moves straight & would not look out of place doing a dressage test. This ex racehorse has self carriage & could really use his hocks.

This lad is 3wk ex of a 3/4 TB mare & had a real look at me. He could not wait to show us he was by a racehorse, he was lovely.

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His full yearling sibling
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& 3yo full sibling, I thought she was a nice stamp of horse
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This little one was 3 days the dam is a NH type race mare
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This is a full TB born Mar
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And the dam
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Apr filly ex of a mare by Jumbo
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And her dam & I am gutted as this photo does nothing for her! I really like Jumbo & she was such a lovely mare.
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Jendali is a proven distance runner & he has offspring who prove they can jump. He moves well enough to have had a career in dressage. I think he is compact enough for the longer backed mare & will add refinement to the heavier type. He really is worth a visit & his stud fee. He is another who is not really promoted & that is a real shame as I think he is another with the potential to breed event horses.
 

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I do like the look of this stallion - have done so since he first appeared on the scene last year - I like him even more now I have seen this lot - thank you! I know that Lucinda at Flypast Stud has a mare in foal to him for this year (the dam of BYEH runner up Flypast Legend) and so cannot wait to see that baby now!
 

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Interesting. I used to ride a lovely little filly by Jendali who I now discover looked absolutely identical to her father. I had never seen him before........
 

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hello

He looks nice. the only thing that might concern me is that all the foals look to be very very upright through the pasterns. It could well be a management issue, but i'm not sure as the yearling and 3yo may also have long upright pasterns. Clearly i haven't seen their dams though so can't really comment.

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Clearly i haven't seen their dams though so can't really comment. - How odd when 3 of the dams are shown & the 3yo is most def not upright in her pasterns? But you are entitled your opinion.
 

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He looks to be a decent type that is really improving his stock! The foal out of the liver chestnut is a huge improvement on the dam. I really like them! Pasterns not perfect, but the overall picture is very nice!
Thank you for putting the photos up
 
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