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*Empres, Polish Arabian stallion at stud

 

Empres will be available in 2017 by live cover in June at AliDale Farms, Steinbach, Manitoba, and available by shipped semen from Elm Creek Equine Services, Elm Creek, Manitoba, in July.

Breeding in 2018:  Empres will only be available by on farm AI/Shipped Semen from approximately early May to mid-June to a limited number of quality mares.  There may be some discounted breedings for qualifying mares.
Stud fee: $1600 for purebred mares and $850 for Half Arabians/others.  
Fee includes the first collection and shipping - Canada. 
First collection included in stud fee with shipping charged at cost for the US.
 

*Empres sired many foals in Poland before being exported to the Netherlands. 
He has sired a number of foals in Europe and several in the US & Canada and one in Australia.  

*Empres has been VetGen tested and is SCIDs Clear.  VGL tested LFS Clear. VGL OAAM N/N.  He is a CA carrier.
All purebred mares must be CA tested prior to breeding/or be the offspring of tested negative parents.  
Any mares who are carriers will not be bred.
Non Arabian mares do not need to be tested (unless Arabian blood is in the pedigree) but should their
offspring by *Empres be retained for breeding it would be advisable to test them prior to breeding them
to an Arabian.  If they are CA carriers, they should only be bred to a CA clear horse.

A carrier (such as *Empres) when bred to a non-carrier will never produce a foal with CA


Note:   *Empres is not available for breeding to non registered purebred Arabian mares.
 
Consider *Empres for breeding your next sport horse!


Please contact us for information.

We offer the use of our Equitainers for shipping semen, with no charge for their use providing they are returned
very promptly.  We generally use overnight FedEx or Purolator (within Canada.)

No additional paperwork is required for shipping to the US.

Vet fees for mare, cost of collection and shipping are the responsibility of the mare owner.
Breeding by AI - shipped semen, eliminates the risk of disease, injury and stress related to 'live cover.' 
Mare should be examined prior to breeding for breeding soundness and monitored throughout her cycle by a veterinarian experienced in equine reproduction.  This will ensure the best possible results.