When breeding to any stallion some important things for you to consider:
- Do your research on both your mare and the stallion’s pedigrees to see if they will produce what you are looking for. If you don’t have the experience to do this, contact Arlene Magid for help. Arlene is an Arabian Horse Consultant and is very highly thought of in the Arabian industry for her pedigree knowledge and research. Her website is www.arlenemagid.com. I have a very detailed breakdown of Tux’s pedigree outlining his national origin heritage and achievement heritage on the “Pedigree & Info.” tab.
- When breeding artificially, make sure you ask the stallion owner to provide information about the stallion’s semen for your vet or breeding facility so they know what they are dealing with. The quality of a stallion’s semen plays a big role in successful insemination the first time.
- Make sure you work with a reputable breeding facility or vet that is very familiar with doing artificial insemination so you have better success in getting your mare pregnant the first time. While the semen may be very good, timing for the insemination is extremely important.
- 20% (non-refundable) booking fee
- 20% Multiple Mare Discount
- Transported Semen Available
- SCID Clear
- Live Foal Guarantee
- Tested normal (meaning he does not possess the mutation associated with):
- Lavender Foal Syndrome
- Cerebellar Abiotrophy
Breeding Arrangements - Contact Absolutely Arabians for breeding arrangements.
Tux is an AHA Sweepstakes Sire - click here for more information.
Tux’s current Home:
Rockview Arabians - Dhea Lamb
3885 Wheeler Road, Cherry Valley, IL
T / 815-505-4388 - www.rockviewarabians.com
Contact Barb Suvaka at (262) 880-1943 for Breeding arrangements
Northern Illinois Equine Breeding Service
12757 Base Line Road, Kingston, IL
(815) 970-1941 – Jennifer Lowe
Trego T L DVM – Veterinarian
1072 Amboy Rd, Amboy, IL 61310
T / 815-857-4411