Our mares and stallions at Brook Furlong Farm are truly world-class. Having been produced and competed by Robert, he can be sure of their quality, talent and ‘will to win’.
There are a number of packages available, with additional choices available too.
If you already have a stallion, why not utilise eggs from one of our world class mares, you could own the next world beater in your own yard!
Embryo transfer is the process of taking (flushing) an embryo from one mare and placing it in the uterus of another. The foetus will then be carried and birthed by the surrogate mare. This process enables the best jumping mares to conceive on multiple occasions, whilst still continuing their competitive career.
The process also provides an incredible opportunity for breeders to produce a foal of the highest quality and heritage out of their own mare – you can breed the next world-beater right there in your own yard.
The benefits of embryo transfer are many:
Robert Smith Equestrian has embryos available from two world-class jumping mares. Both were hand picked and produced by Robert and have competed to the top level internationally, with great success.
Now we’ve made a compelling case, choose your mare as a donor…
We offer a range of options with embryo transfer, so you are free to choose the process which best suits your needs.
We have insurance options available to help protect your investment.
Purchasing a frozen embryo gives you more flexibility. Embryo is flushed from one of our mares and deep frozen until needed. (Insertion into surrogate mare not included). Flushing would need to be carried out.
We can also offer an embryo with a heartbeat in a surrogate mare or a live foal. For this option we engage the services of a third party professional to carry out the procedure price covers the flush, embryo and any storage and insertion into a surrogate. This option could be a special gift. What could be better than a foal from competition stock!
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