THOROUGHBRED HORSE SEMEN
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THOROUGHBRED HORSE ORIGIN AND USES
THOROUGHBRED HORSE HISTORY
The breed started to be developed during the 17th and 18th century when native English mares were cross-bred with imported Arabian, Barb and Turkoman (today’s Akhal-Teke) stallions to create the Thoroughbred that we know and love today. What is really cool about this breed is that all modern Thoroughbreds can trace their bloodline to three stallions that were originally imported into England: the Byerley Turk in the 1680s, the Darley Arabian in 1704 and the Godolphin Arabian in 1729.
The next few centuries saw the breed spread all over the world as they were imported to North America, Australia, Europe, Japan and South America.
Distinguishing features: The Thoroughbred is often referred to as a ‘hot-blooded’ breed as they are spirited and bold but are also known for their agility and speed. With strong yet long legs and a deep chest cavity, the breed can run for miles and miles. Thoroughbreds have been bred into the well-oiled racing machines that they are today.
Modern Day Thoroughbred: Known mostly for its racing ability, the breed can also be seen in other elite sports including eventing and showjumping. The Thoroughbred can also be used for pleasure riding. It is an extremely versatile breed.
Thoroughbred Horse Semen is highly sought out for and also relatively rare as this horse breed is considered one of the most athletic in the world. Rockmilll stallions ranch breeds a handful Of These horses and is a world-class supplier of Thoroughbred Horse semen
THOROUGHBRED HORSE USES
Although they’ve been bred primarily for their racehorse qualities since their origin, thoroughbreds are also seen in many other equine sports, including jumping and dressage. They’re also used as trail horses, general riding horses, and pleasure driving horses. Many former racehorses, also known as off-the-track thoroughbreds or OTTBs, move on to become riding and driving horses.
Furthermore, thoroughbreds are often used to add refinement and athleticism to other horse breeds. Many sport horses in particular have thoroughbreds in their ancestry.
FROZEN THOROUGHBRED HORSE SEMEN FOR SALE
Brownmill stallions lets you buy Thoroughbred horse semen for the uses of breeding with intent of growing your very own thoroughbred horse. We are in possesion of frozen Thoroughbred horse semen for sale from some of our very best, most athletic and multi competition winningThoroughbreds. Collected Thoroughbred semen is frozen perfectly in our laboratory and is tested to have properly been frozen up.
If you order Frozen Thoroughbred semen, you get the advantage of having delivered to your destination a top quality semen from the best of thoroughbred horses. you also get the advantage of breeding your mare when shes in perfect health conditions and is ready for it.
To read about our Semen collection and freezing processes, visit Horse Semen for sale – Brownmill Stallions
FROZEN THOROUGHBRED HORSE SEMEN PRICE
Brownmill stallions offers only top quality thoroughbred semen for farmers who would rather buy frozen Thoroughbred horse semen, our Thoroughbred semen is tested and properly frozen by industry standards and as such our prices for the Thoroughbred semen horse stands at $1500 per pence of frozen thoroughbred semen including shipping and delivery fees within the united states and Canada.
This fee is deduced as shown below:
COOLED THOROUGHBRED SEMEN FOR SALE
Brownmill stallions also offers cooled Thoroughbred horse semen for sale for breeders who prefer to buy cooled thoroughbred semen. Farmers who prefer this option will have to preset booking and stallion service dates in correspondence to their own schedule, so as to ensure the health of the semen as it may only last for 24 – 48 hours
COOLED THOROUGHBRED HORSE SEMEN PRICE
Order cooled Thoroughbred semen from brownmill stallions at $1500 per pence of Paint horse semen including shipping and delivery within the united states and America. This price may vary slightly depending on the shipping destination.
This $1500 is divided into the following: