Kelly Aldous

Kelly Aldous is an event rider from the Uk, below you can watch Kelly Aldous in action riding Hearnesbrook Derby Day. If you would like to help us expand our rider profile of Kelly Aldous please email us at info@stableexpress.com

Kelly Aldous and Hearnesbrook Derby Day

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Kelly Aldous

Kelly Aldous
Baloubet du Rouet

Baloubet du Rouet

Baloubet du Rouet is one of the world of showjumping top stars, competed by Rodrigo Pessoa, Baloubet du Rouet won the world cup on three consecutive occasions. Baloubet du Rouet is a stallion who is highly sought after producing many outstanding offspring.

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Kelly Van Dyk

Kelly Van Dyk - New Zealand - Dressage Rider - Kelly Van Dyk & Wolhkahn - PSG Musical Freestyle HOY

Kelly Anne Riches

Kelly Anne Riches - UK - Showjumping
Kelly Anne Riches

Kelly Anderson

Kelly Anderson - Hong Kong - Eventing

Alison Kelly - Coates

Alison Kelly - Coates - USA

Kelly Lazenby

Kelly Lazenby - UK

Kelly Louise Vinger

Kelly Louise Vinger - USA

Kelly Marks

Kelly Marks - uk

Kelly Moore

Kelly Moore - USA

Kelly Plitz

Kelly Plitz - Canada

Kelly Pugh

Kelly Pugh - USA

Kelly Ryan

Kelly Ryan - USA

Kelly Soleau

Kelly Soleau - USA

Kelly Tobias

Kelly Tobias - Australia

Kelly Valdes

Kelly Valdes - USA

Kelly Gabbott

Kelly Gabbott - New Zealand

Kelly Gormley

Kelly Gormley - USA

Kelly Irving

Kelly Irving - USA

Kelly Jochems

Kelly Jochems - Holland

Kelly Vercauteren

Kelly Vercauteren - Belgium

Kelly Barrett

Kelly Barrett - USA

Kelly Bird

Kelly Bird - uk

Kelly Brown

Kelly Brown -

Kelly Bruder

Kelly Bruder - Canada

Kelly Canning

Kelly Canning - Ireland

Kelly Casey

Kelly Casey - USA

Kelly Collard-Bovy

Kelly Collard-Bovy - Belgium

Kelly Connor

Kelly Connor -

Kelly Cornelis

Kelly Cornelis - Belgium

Kelly De Belder

Kelly De Belder - Belgium

Kelly Diemar

Kelly Diemar - Australia

Kelly Dupertuis

Kelly Dupertuis - Switzerland

Kelly Ettori

Kelly Ettori - France

Kelly Fitzgerald

Kelly Fitzgerald -

Kelly Gent

Kelly Gent - New Zealand

Kelly Godfrey

Kelly Godfrey - New Zealand

Kelly Gunthorp

Kelly Gunthorp - New Zealand

Kelly Hayner

Kelly Hayner - USA

Kelly Jane

Kelly Jane - UK

Kelly Janssens

Kelly Janssens - Belgium

Kelly Koss

Kelly Koss - Canada

Kelly Layne

Kelly Layne - Australia

Kelly List

Kelly List - Canada

Kelly Loria

Kelly Loria - USA

Kelly Macpherson

Kelly Macpherson - UK

Kelly Mason

Kelly Mason - New Zealand

Kelly Mcwha

Kelly Mcwha - New Zealand

Kelly North

Kelly North - New Zealand

Kelly O`Connor

Kelly O`Connor - Ireland

Kelly Pearson

Kelly Pearson - New Zealand

Kelly Poland

Kelly Poland - Canada

Kelly Prather

Kelly Prather - USA

Kelly Robyn Searle

Kelly Robyn Searle - South Africa

Kelly Rubley

Kelly Rubley - USA

Kelly Shiels

Kelly Shiels - UK

Kelly Sult

Kelly Sult - USA

Kelly Taggart

Kelly Taggart - Ireland

Kelly Tropin

Kelly Tropin - USA

Kelly Truesdell

Kelly Truesdell - Canada

Kelly Vandousselaere

Kelly Vandousselaere - Belgium

Kelly Wiley

Kelly Wiley - Canada

Kelly Wisner

Kelly Wisner - USA

Kelly Shannon

Kelly Shannon - Showjumping
Kelly Shannon

Kelly Shannon

Kelly Shannon Horses

Beachwood Sundance, Exander

Kelly Shannon Competition Results

04 - Scope, 1.25m Consolation - 03/09/2005 - Exander
04 - Scope, Blue Riband 1.20M Champs - 29/08/2003 - Beachwood Sundance
11 - Scope, Grades B & C Preliminary Round 1 - 26/08/2003 - Beachwood Sundance
15 - Scope, Blue Riband Preliminary Round 1 - 26/08/2003 - Beachwood Sundance

Kelly Dunne

Kelly Dunne - New Zealand - Eventing

Why do older mares have fewer foals?

You have heard that the senior citizens` population is growing. In fact, more and more individuals are living to be 100 years old. On horse farms around the country, the population of senior equine citizens is growing too. It is estimated that about 20 percent of the nation`s horse population is 20 years old or older.

Like their human counterparts, more older horses are active, being used in competition and in breeding programs. Some breeders prefer older mares since they are more likely to have a good production record.

Once a mare produces a top-performance foal, her value as a broodmare greatly increases. If other of her foals also perform well, she is much-prized. If a mare is used in performance events for several years, she may be 8-10 years old before having foals old enough to perform. High-quality foals, especially those out of proven producing dams are much in demand, and have a high economic value. So owners want older proven broodmares. And that is the catch. Older mares are less likely to have foals. Data indicate that once mares become 16 years old, they are less likely to have a foal than younger mares.

This fact is frustrating to horse breeders whose breeding program is based on promoting the genetic value of their proven producing broodmares. Once mares have two or more proven performing offspring, they are usually in their early to mid-teen years. And, it takes an investment in time and money to develop and promote a genetic/marketing program based on proven broodmares.

In other words, they are close to 16 years old and face a reduction in their reproductive ability.

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin collected ova (eggs) from a group of young (6-10 years old) and a group of older (20-26 year old) pony mares. These eggs were placed in young recipient mares (3-7 years old) which were inseminated with semen from the same stallion. Also the young and older mares were artificially inseminated to the same stallion at the end of the experiment. At day 12, ultrasound was used to detect viable embryos in the recipient mares. Eleven of the 12 (or 92%) ova transferred from young mares resulted in viable embryos. Only 8 of the 26 (or 31%) transferred ova from older mares were viable embryos at day 12. Some individuals have thought that the uterus of older mares was not capable of sustaining a developing embryo. But this data indicates that ova from older mares are defective.

Of the young mares artificial inseminated, 83 percent became pregnant, while only 19 percent of the older mares got pregnant. New technology allows the transfer of ova or embryos to recipient mares. Since the eggs of older mares are defective, transfer of eggs or embryos from older mares to younger mares does not appear to be the answer.

If an older mare is pregnant, she probably has a greater chance of becoming pregnant again, after foaling than one that is open or not pregnant. Breeders should keep older mares pregnant and not voluntarily leave them open.

The purchase of open, older mares for mating appears to be a risky venture. Breeders need to identify genetically superior mares as early as possible to maximize their genetic and reproductive impact.

Kelly O`Leary

Kelly O`Leary American Horse Rider

Kelly Mort

Kelly Mort - Australia

Clydesdale Gelding 18 HH

Connan is an 18 HH gelding broke single, double, and has been started under saddle. He likes to be center of attention, and loves to work.Connan would make a great wheel horse. He is light bay colored, and has 4 whites. He is full feathered and is a high stepper. $4000.00 make offer

About: Connon
Location: Klamath Falls, Oregon 97603
Date Foaled: 2004 Gender: Gelding
Height: 18.0 hh Weight: 2,000 pounds
Color: Bay
For Sale: Yes Asking Price: $4,000 (US)