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Warmblood Stallions of North America The Premier Magazine for Jumping, Dressage, Hunter, and Eventing Sires Leatherdale Farms & Bridlewood Farm present: (top to bottom)

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• The Bloodlines at Rio • Foundation Sire: Lucky Boy xx

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First Dance Florestan I/Donnerhall

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Table of Contents Featured Foundation Sire: Lucky Boy xx ................................................. 22 By Christopher Hector

The Lucky Boy xx Line Continues in the US .......................................... 23 By Anna Goebel with Tish Quirk

The Bloodlines at Rio .............................................................................. 26 By Christopher Hector

Conformation and the Sport Horse: ....................................................... 36 How Much Does it Predict? By Christopher Hector

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Breed Approval GOV, Trak Vb, ATA

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Halimey Go *Ps*

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USEA Stallion of the Year 2005 16.1h, bay, premium-approved 2015 & 2016 Trakehner half-blood Bred in Germany

Halimey’s sire, Askar AA, competed in the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games An average of 30% of his offspring have been classified as classi premium

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Rusticus

2011 16.2h, chestnut, Trakehner bred in Germany

Approved in 2013 in Neumünster, Germany, Rusticus was winner of the “Best Anglo Trakehner” prize and received top marks in jumping.

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Born: 1966 Died: 1984 Height: 167 cm Breeder: H. Katz 1976 Keur 1979 Preferent

ucky Boy xx

by Christopher Hector

This article is reprinted with kind permission of the author, Christopher Hector, The Horse Magazine, www.HorseMagazine.com The Thoroughbred stallion Lucky Boy was responsible for the first of the Dutch modern jumpers to set the world alight. Melanie Smith’s Calypso finished second in the 1980 World Cup final and then followed that up two years later with a victory in the 1982 final in Göteborg. Jacob Melissen comments in his 1992/’93 edition of The Leading Sires of the Netherlands that: “Calypso has been of fundamental importance to the development of showjumping in the ‘new style.’ He was one of those elastic, plucky horses that perform intelligently and are keen to tackle anything without being too hot. Bold horses, with a light-footed canter. The kind of horses in which the athletic action of the Thoroughbred is united with the balanced character of the part-bred. That’s what Calypso was, and that’s precisely what Lucky Boy contributed to Dutch sport horse breeding.” In fact, Lucky Boy contributed a string of top jumpers to the international scene. There was Willi Melliger’s Van Gogh, and The Freak with Hugo Simon and later Dirk Hafemeister, and Anne Kursinski’s Medrano—and all three of them were in Los Angeles for the 1984 Olympic Games. In fact, the Lucky Boys seemed to come in threes, because three years later, the winning American team in the Nations Cup at Spruce Meadows found room for three Lucky Boy offspring: VIP and Debbie Dolan, Victor and Joan Scharffenberger, and Anne Kursinski and Medrano.

Above: Calypso, 1974 son of the influential Thoroughbred stallion Lucky Boy. Calypso shows “the athletic action of the Thoroughbred united with the balanced character of the part-bred,” who won Team Gold at the 1984 Olympics. Olympic photo above copyright © 1984 Tish Quirk.

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Other international performers include Urchin (Rene Tebbel), Logo (Dianne Shaw), Dutch Regard (Mike McCormick), Revlon Rascal (Lisa Tarnopol), Servus (Martha Burstein), Windsor (Guido Dominici), Zazou (Phillip Heffer), US Neapolitan

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(Annemarie Kynsilehto) and Bokilly (Eugenie Legrand, now Eugenie Angot). Lucky Boy’s sire, Compromise, is rich in the blood that says “jump” on any Thoroughbred pedigree: Phalaris (three times) and Bayardo (twice).

Above: Anne Kursinski and Medrano. Left: The Freak and Hugo Simon. Lucky Boy’s most famous son Octrooi (ridden here by Hap Hansen), known in the US as Best of Luck. He had a successful competition career in Europe before being brought to the US by John and Tish Quirk, where his successes continued with Hunter Championships. His legacy includes approved sons on both sides of the Atlantic and continuing generations of champions. (See Tish Quirk below.)

Lucky Boy produced sixteen stallion sons, the most famous of which was Octrooi, who had a successful career in the USA under the name Best of Luck. [see Tish Quirk, below.] Interestingly, he was out of a mare by yet another Thoroughbred sire, Koridon. Best of Luck competed in Europe as a Grand Prix jumper, where he was a champion, and in North America, where he was a Champion Hunter. A horse of elegance and impressive appearance, Best Of Luck sired winners in all Hunter and Jumper divisions from Junior / Amateur to Open, Puissance and International Grand Prix, as well as FEI dressage and Combined Training champions. Lucky Boy is also proving a valuable broodmare sire. Beezie Madden’s star Authentic is by Guidam but out of a grand-daughter of Lucky Boy. Rolf-Goran Bengtssen’s Mac Kinley is out of a great

grand-daughter of Lucky Boy. Katharina Offel’s Nike is by Indoctro out of a daughter of Octrooi (Best of Luck).

Authentic, KWPN grandson of Zinda, a daughter of Lucky Boy. Authentic won three Olympic medals and two World Equestrian Games medals with Beezie Madden.

Tish Quirk and the Blood of Lucky Boy xx in the US by Anna Goebel with Tish Quirk

Best Of Luck was the most important son of Lucky Boy xx (see main article), and had proven himself in Europe in showjumping competition and as a sire, when he was purchased by Tish and John Quirk of California. John and Tish had bought and sold many horses before then, but Best Of Luck was different. Tish describes how he changed their lives forever. “In 1983 our good friend and horse supplier, Jan Maathuis, called to say that there was a very special Dutch horse in Germany that he thought we should buy. He said, ‘This is not a sale horse. This horse is for you.’ So, it was agreed that Jan would buy the horse for us in Germany and he would return to Holland as our horse.” As it happened, John went on the next trip to Holland alone. International phone calls were expensive, but John called twice a day every day he was there. “The conversation was the same each

time. He said ‘You are not going to believe what I just bought for you....’ John had bought Octrooi, the 10-year-old son of Lucky Boy. I was more than a little worried that I would not be able to live up to the perfection of this horse! “The horses landed at Los Angeles and were vanned to the little farm we leased. It was dark when they arrived and the driver and I started unloading horses. The last horse off the van was Octrooi. I was in love before I got into the barn with him. He was calm and brave and kind and beautiful.   “He had been a successful Grand Prix jumper in Europe but he was so beautiful and moved and jumped in such great style that we knew he would be a fabulous Hunter. Octrooi was 3/4 Thoroughbred with just enough great warmblood influence to be

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Tish and Best of Luck, known as Octrooi in Europe

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more calm and powerful; he kept his Thoroughbred elegance and grace. In order to honor his incredible sire, Lucky Boy, we named him Best of Luck. He was the best of everything and changed the direction of my life with horses.” Tish started showing Best Of Luck to great success, and offers came in to buy him—some substantial. Tish didn’t want to part with him, so she decided that the next-best thing for those who wanted Best Of Luck would be a foal by Best Of Luck. And so her new breeding business was born. Best Of Luck had hundreds of foals in Europe. “Best Of Luck was one of only two stallions in North America to score over 100 points in both Dressage and Jumping on the Dutch Stallion Index, which is based on the success of the offspring sired by the stallion and reflects the ability of the stallion to improve the breed. “Among the Best Of Luck offspring imported from Europe were Octrooi II (Lynn Little), who was placing in East Coast Grands Prix before his untimely death from colic; and Surprise, imported as a 3-year-old to be trained by a 13-year-old. They earned championships as a Junior Hunter and Junior Jumper and Junior/Amateur Grand Prix, and went on to win in Open classes. In 1990 they placed in every Grand Prix they entered and topped an impressive field to win the $50,000 Hermes Los Angeles International Grand Prix, which was a World Cup Qualifier.

Champion at Capitol Challenge and other prestigious shows. ” Tish’s own breeding program produced two stallions to carry the blood of Lucky Boy into the next generation. “The night Just The Best was born I knew he was the successor to Best of Luck. His conformation, quality and presence were immediately evident. He is out of Timely Persuasion, a Thoroughbred mare by Close Watch. I chose her based on her own personal quality and the quality of the foal she had produced the year before. Just The Best [1991] had a successful show career with championships in Open Working Hunters, he is an Approved Stallion with the KWPN, and was the first stallion selected as a KWPN Dutch Hunter Foundation Sire.” Tish wanted a more jumper type son from Best Of Luck. “We imported Inetta specifically to produce More Than Luck [1994]. He is exactly the stallion I wanted to complete the breeding program and continue the Best of Luck and Lucky Boy heritage. Inetta is by Beach Boy out of a Rothschild (Ramiro) mare. So she carried Lucky Boy, Koridon, Zeus and Ramiro blood: a breeding treasure when crossed with Best of Luck. Inetta was named Top Dutch Star Mare in North America and scored the highest IBOP Score in North America and she is in the International Hunter Futurity Hall of Fame based on the success of her offspring. At age 27 she is retired and lives the life of the queen, an honor she has earned.”

“Best of Luck sired successful Hunters, Jumpers, Dressage horses and Event horses—well over 100 in North America. His American-bred Hunters include January’s Best, one of the most successful Hunters of the time; and Stroke of Luck, who was Green Hunter

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Tish Quirk is a lifelong horsewoman who has earned numerous titles as a rider, handler, and breeder. “It is with boundless gratitude and a deep sense of fulfillment that I look out at foals and young horses, performance horses and breeding stallions and see Best of Luck in each of them.” For her third generation of stallions carrying the Lucky Boy heritage, visit www.TishQuirk.horse.


The Bloodlines That Shone at Rio

Circle: Donnerhall Square: Courage II Triangle: Cornet Obolensky

Words by Christopher Hector Photos by Roz Neave and Dirk Caremans

The Eventers The conventional wisdom is that you can breed a dressage horse out of jumper lines but you can’t breed a jumper using dressage blood. Sönke Rothenberger’s Cosmo (Van Gogh / Landjonker) proved the first proposition decisively enough in the dressage arena, but there was an interesting development in the eventing field where a couple of dressage-bred horses shone.

Santano II

The other dressage-candidate-turned-eventer was Mathieu Lemoine’s Bart L in the gold-medal-winning French team. The black gelding is essence of Dutch Dressage—by United (who is by one of Anky van Grunsven’s Grand Prix rides, Krack C, out of a mare by another, Partout) out of a mare by Edward Gal’s Grand Prix ride, Gribaldi, out of a mare by another Trakehner, Michelangelo, that’s 36.72% blood. Cosmo

Australia’s Christopher Burton wowed them with his nine-yearold “dressage” horse, Santano II, who is by Sandro Hit out of a Brentano / Weltmeyer mare. Okay, he gets a dose of Thoroughbred from Sandro Hit’s great grandsire, Sacramento Song xx, and more on his dam’s side: Brentano was by Black Sky xx, out of a Bleep xx mare. Still, just 36.72 blood.

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Looking at the actual entries, the horses that made it to Rio, as distinct from the earlier list of possibles, once again the stallion with the most entries—three—is the Holsteiner Courage II, by Capitol out of Vamara (Cor de la Bryère / Liguster). Vamara was the full-sister to Cavalier Royale, another Holsteiner that was for many years ranked in the top three of eventing sires on the WBFSH list. Courage II stood at Kedrah House for several seasons until his death in 2006. No other stallion has more than one representative.

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Piaf de b’Neville

Brian Butthof

Sea Lion Proven in top competition, Sea Lion is a 1998, 16.1hh, Jockey Clubregistered Thoroughbred by Sea Salute out of Ivory Today (Caveat). In July 2015, Sea Lion was approved by the American Hanoverian Society. The judges believe Sea Lion’s score may be the highest ever awarded to a thoroughbred, and confirmed their opinion by inviting the dark bay stallion to stand at stud in Germany for a season. Under owner Pam Fisher, Sea Lion competed successfully in twenty-one international eventing competitions, including fifteen at the 3* level, and was Regional Advanced Champion and USEF/ PHR National Advanced Champion. In 2013 Sea Lion retired sound from eventing to begin his breeding career - while continuing to demonstrate his versatility competing in jumpers and hunters. Sea Lion’s crowning attribute is his temperament. Owner Pam Fisher attributes her success in tough competition to Sea Lion’s “confidence-building” personality.

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With half the German Silver-medal-winning team riding Selle Français—Sandra Auffarth (Opgun Louvo: Shogun II / J’T’Adore), and Julia Krejewski (Samourai du Thot: Milor Landais / Flipper d’Elle (that’s Double Espoir on both sides of the pedigree))—and of course, two of the four in the Gold-Medal French team—Piaf de b’Neville (by Cap de b’Neville, a grandson of Rantzau xx out of a mare by the Jalisco son Rêve d’Elle. That’s three crosses of the great Ibrahim), and Qing du Briot (by Eolien II out of an Etalon Or mare)—honors would seem to have gone to the French book, although it is interesting to note that half their team were “foreigners” (something that used not to be allowed): the Hanoverian stallion, Entebbe de Hus (Embassy I / Carbid), although there is a French touch on the bottom line thanks to Matcho, the French Anglo Arab that was imported to Hanover, and the aforementioned Dutchman, Bart L. Continued

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Mighty Nice

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The Selle Français were only the second most represented studbook at Rio, with seven representatives; numerical superiority went to the Irish with eleven and they ended with three of the top ten: Mighty Nice (bronze individual with Phillip Dutton, by the Dutch-bred Ard Ohio, out of an Irish mare of unknown breeding), Paulank Brockagh (just a smidge away in fourth, by the Galoubet son Touchdown, out of a Triggerero xx mare), and Cooley Rorkes Drift (Courage II out of a Rachelle Comet xx mare), ninth. Irish hmmm, one by a Dutchman, the second by a half-French stallion and the third by a Holsteiner... There were six from Holstein, four Hanoverians, and four from the German Sport Horse book; there were even four recognized as Thoroughbreds that made it to the starting line.

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As we might have expected in the Dressage, as the field gets smaller, the hold the D line of Donnerhall exerts on modern dressage becomes more obvious. Donnerhall himself has one son who makes it through to the Special, while his best son, De Niro, has four. Then there are individual representatives for Diamond Hit, Don Davidhoff, Don Ruto, Dimaggio and Don Schufro. The Sandro Hit contingent has shrunk to three, but that includes one of, if not the, star of the Special, Showtime FRH (Rotspon mare). The Dutch champion Jazz is down to two, and there are no more stallions with more than one representative in the field.

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Looking at the dam sires, the D line is again well represented. Don Schufro has two, Donnerhall and Donnerschlag, one each. The W line is represented by Weltmeyer himself with two, and one each for White Star and Wolkenstein.

hit-wonders. Sure Valegro is a super star, but his sire Negro has had every chance since he has been heavily promoted and covered many mares, yet aside from Valegro, he has produced nothing of great note. After Valegro, the next most successful Negro on the last WBFSH rankings was Nintendo ranked 69th. Again the influence of jumping blood in the successful (as distinct from the prettiest, most modern looking) dressage horse, is apparent. Valegro’s dam sire, Gershwin, is pure jump (Voltaire / Nimmerdor), and the final line is more jump than anything else. The breeding of the fourth-placed Verdades is seriously whacko. His dad is a perfectly respectable son of Florestan, Florett As, but his mum is bred to pull a cart (even if it is a fancy show buggy).

Johnson

She even has two crosses of the Hackney stallion, Cambridge Cole. I guess if you knew anything about Dutch dressage lines, you wouldn’t have gone near it—lucky Laura’s mum did.

Rotspon

The R line is represented by one each for Rubinstein, Rohdiamant, Rubin Royal, and Rotspon—who was the only R line stallion represented in the sires list with Rosevelt for the USA with Allison Brock. In terms of the studbooks, the KWPN is out in front with 9, followed by the Hanoverians with 6, the Danish Warmbloods, 4, Oldenburg, 3 and Westfalien, 2.

The KWPN book had four in the top ten individual results; besides Valegro and Verdades, there was Nip Tuck (Don Ruto / Animo) and Johnson ( Jazz / Flemmingh), with a couple more just out of the ten: Legolas (Laemedon / Florestan II) in 11th, and Arlando (Paddox / Mytens xx) 12th.

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When we look at the top ten placings in the Special, the D dominance is more complete: the winner Weihegold is by Don Schufro out of a Sandro Hit mare, Desperados in 4th is by De Niro out of a Wolkenstein II mare, while Don Aurelio is by the Donnerhall grandson Don Davidhoff out of a mare by the Weltmeyer son White Star. Delgado in 8th is by De Niro out of a Weltmeyer mare. In the Individual final results, I guess we see two things. One is if you want go with the stats, think Donnerhall. With 50% of the top ten from the D line, that’s where you might look if you want a Grand Prix horse. The other is to beware of one-

Legolas

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Cornet Obolensky

Showjumping Looking at the start list, the KWPN leads the field with 17 followed by the Belgian BWP book with 12. There are 10 Selle Français, and six each from the other Belgian book, sBs, and Holstein (although as usual, the progeny registered with the other books are rich in Holstein blood). There are five Westfaliens, and four each from Hannover and Zangersheide, with three from the Oldenburg jumping book. The sire stars of these Games are For Pleasure and Cornet Obolensky. Cornet has five: Cornetto K (Calido), Cannavaro 9 (Florestan I), Clooney (Ferragamo), Cornet 36 (Ars Vivendi), Cornet du Lys (Champion du Lys). For Pleasure has two of his own, Fit for Fun (Fabriano) and Barron (Nabab de Rêve), and three of his sons are represented: For Keeps, For Feeling and Forsyth, the sire of the leading horse going into the individual final, Eric Lamaze’s Hanoverian mare, Fine Lady (out of a Drosselklang / Grannus mare). Fine Lady finished the go rounds with zero penalties. Kashmir van’t Schuttershof has two, but they are both in the top ten: All In (out of an Andiamo mare, just one penalty) and Reveur de Hurtebise (Capricieux des Six Censes) with 4 penalties. The third horse on just one penalty is the Nijhof stallion, Verdi (Quidam de Revel / Landgraf ). Kannan has three: the stallion

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Quorida de Treho (Tolbiac des Forets), Quabri de l’Isle (Socrate de Chivre) and London star Nino des Buissonnets (Narcos II). At the London Games, Quick Star was well represented with two sons, Big Star and Star Power, and a grandson, Castlefield Eclipse, into the individual round. At Rio, he had only one representative, but what a horse! Nick Skelton’s Big Star, coming back from injury, went first in an unprecedented six horse jump off, jumped fast and clear to hold the lead right to the end. The six in the jump off more or less represented the breeding trends at Rio. Peder Fredericson’s silver medalist, All In, is by Kashmir van t’Schuttershof, who has been a bit of a sire star all show. Unfortunately Kashmir went infertile five years ago, but his

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breeder, Willy van Impe, still has a small quantity of his frozen semen. Eric Lamaze on Fine Lady was faster than Nick and Big Star, but they had a rail and had to settle for bronze. Still it underlines the influence that For Pleasure is having in modern Sport Horse breeding. Steve Guerdat’s Nino des Buissonets had the first fence, but that won’t stop the stampede of breeders using Kannan, and the Brazilian stallion, Quabri de l’Isle proved that you can fluke a pretty one. First Devision, ridden by Sheik Ali Al Thani of Qatar, had no rails all week going into the jump off, but put two down in the final. He is by Andiamo, a grand son of Almé out of an Anglo Arab mare, out of a grand daughter of Atlanta Gold Medalist Jus de Pomme. American Kent Farrington at his first Games, on Voyeur, also made the jump off. Voyeur is by the less-than-famous Tolano van’t Reithhof, who is by Chin Chin and out of a Landgraf grand daughter. That’s the breeding at Rio, no surprises, but super sport.

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Conformation

and the Sport Horse

by Christopher Hector Recently in the KWPN Magazine (Issue 2, Volume 1), Inez Kampman has dissected one of the most sophisticated systems of conformational analysis: the Dutch system. Senior inspector Ine van Deuzen explains: “For each horse in the studbook inspection, the jury describes twenty-one conformation traits which have a demonstrated functional relationship with sport performance. These traits don’t just come out of the blue, but actually have a relationship with the manner in which the ultimate sporthorse moves and jumps. “The inspection standard for dressage horses states: The envisioned KWPN dressage horse has rectangular-shaped conformation, is long-lined and proportionally built, has an uphill body and is long-legged.”

On the Dutch linear score form, each conformation trait has two extremes. Take the length of the neck: “while long lines ensure flexibility and elasticity they can compromise power. Similarly a neck which is too long leads to imbalance. This principle applies to the other traits as well. In other words, a score for a trait which falls outside the average is not necessarily desirable.” The KWPN jury looks first of all at body type and here they make a distinction between the idea type for dressage and what is best for jumping: “In the past, a short compact horse was desirable as this body type was suited for pulling a wagon over deep clay soil. For the modern sporthorse, however, a longer back is more beneficial as it gives a horse more elasticity and athletic ability, which allows it to turn, collect and jump more easily. For these reasons, the KWPN strives for a rectangular type in all its breeding directions.

The length of a horse’s neck is important. Riders tend to like a longer neck that gives a better feeling of control and steering than a short neck. Arnaud Evain points out: “Colonel Deroches, Emeritus rider, said about the neck, that the way in which a horse uses it is more important than its length or orientation. We must respect the opinion of this horseman, but so far as possible – avoid extremes.”

The shoulder position is the angle the shoulder blade forms with the horizontal axis. The shoulder can range from sloped to moderate to straight. Once again, Arnaud offers his insight: “Between the small shoulder of the Landgraf progeny to the powerful shoulder of the heirs of Ibrahim, this is a decision the breeder must appreciate and choose.”

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Most people who have been around horses for any period of time tend to share a vision of what “good” conformation should be. My question is—given that so many jumping and dressage horses, even eventers, can be hugely successful even with “bad” conformation—how useful is conformation as a guide to later success?

“With respect to body direction (upward versus downward) the ideal body direction for a dressage horse is upward, while a more horizontal body is better for a show jumper. An upward body direction is advantageous in a dressage horse, as the goal in the discipline is developing an elevated forehand and a hind leg which steps powerfully under the body. To that end, an upward body direction makes achieving that goal easier. Although a show

jumper also benefits from equal weight distribution over four legs when collecting, shortening and lengthening between obstacles, an upward body direction can curtail its ability to bascule over an obstacle. When a horse bascules, he rounds the body, lowers the neck and jumps with an elevated wither, all of which are essential for optimum body use.”

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Now that’s upwards: Valegro

Okay, so let’s have a look at arguably the greatest dressage horse ever: Valegro. As you can see he certainly has that upward tendency, and a nicely sloped shoulder. Although it might be noted in passing that the KWPN stallion commission rejected him as a breeding prospect…

head: 81 (odd since he was quite a cute guy), and a very negative value for the neck: 77. There is even a negative correlation between saddle position and jumping ability, as these mare evaluation tests would seem to bear out: the mares produce a score of 92 for saddle position and 92 for frame. Breed and sex type rated 89.

But let’s look at arguably the most successful jumping horse stallion in the world today – For Pleasure. For Pleasure doesn’t conform to the KWPN thinking that the jumper should be horizontal. He’s a short horse with quite an upward tendency. In fact, For Pleasure is seemingly one of those jumpers that startled the Hanoverian breeding authorities when they discovered that the better the jumper, the worse the conformation score. And what is more, For Pleasure’s offspring have the same undesirable conformational traits, they just happen to be super jumpers. If we look at the 2015 Hanoverian Stallion Book, we find that when the mares by For Pleasure were evaluated, they had a negative value for type: 84 (100 is the mean. Above 100 indicated good; below 100 indicated bad). There is even a negative for the

Stakkato, just 66 for “type.”

And yet, when the results of these mare tests were added to the results of the auction inspections, For Pleasure has a wonderful index of 152 for jumping, 148 for technique, and 154 for scope. You can find the same result over and over again: Stakkato: jumping index: 153, score for type: 66 Balou du Rouet: jumping: 149, type: 92 In fact, of the 33 jumping sires on the Hanoverian standings with a jumping value of 120 or more, 17 have a negative score for type. I asked my friend Dr. Ludwig Christmann, who was the person who originally discovered the negative correlation between conformation and jumping ability, if any further study had been done, or perhaps an attempt to revise conformation values for jumpers. Ludwig’s response is, as always, worth thinking about:

They may not win mare conformation classes, but they can jump: Barron at Rio.

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Dear Chris, You are very good in asking simple questions, which are not so easy to answer. There was no follow up to my study in Germany, so it is

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Nip Tuck and Desperados – they come in all shapes!

difficult to answer your question on a scientific base. Correlations now would be different as our population has developed over the last 20 years. From experience there are a few conformation issues, where I would say, this is ok for a jumping horse, but not for a dressage horse, for example lower set necks, a more downhill build, a flatter croup or a bit more roached in the loin, but I still do not think that you can predict jumping ability just from conformation.

With regards to the Grand Prix dressage horse versus the young horse super star, I do see a development. When you look at the horses at the Olympics then you see more and more elegant dressage horses, for example in the German team. Desperados, Showtime and Weihegold were very successful young horses and had a straight career towards Grand Prix. But you still have some stockier types like Nip Tuck, who also does the job. What does this tell us? A horse does not have to be a beauty to be a successful Grand Prix horse, but it can. F For this article, and the full online resources, visit http://www.horsemagazine.com/thm/2016/11/conformation-and-the-sport-horse/

Thoughts From the PAX System French breeding expert Arnaud Evain has developed a system he calls PAX, to help mare owners choose the best match for their mare among his stallions. This is an excerpt from “Breeding Insights with Arnaud Evain,” written by Christopher Hector and published in 2016 on horsemagazine. com. To read the entire article, visit http://www.horsemagazine.com/ thm/2016/09/breeding-insightswith-arnaud-evain/ . To use the PAX system, the mare owner must assess his mare on each of the 23 criteria, and the book helps in this process of evaluation. For example, Chapter 1 is headed ‘Geometry’, with diagrams to help identify if your mare is: square – squarish – somewhat rectangular – rectangular. Arnaud is quick to point out: “It must be emphasized that the functional significance of a morphological feature is in interaction with other features. It is impossible to predict the jumping ability by simply looking at the silhouette.”

“Apart from the amount of muscle and tone, the flexibility and the natural balance of gaits, the shape and size of the shoulder and croup, and jumping technique, are the parameters that interfere the most with the silhouette to produce expected results.” “Note that all outlines are found in the Grand Prix paddock, from the square Jappeloup to the horizontal Touch of Class, an uphill Milton to a rather downhill, Electra.” And so it goes. Having assessed the physical attributes of the mare: head, neck, shoulder, withers, upper line, croup, fore legs, hind legs, fetlocks, feet, bones & joints, size and lines, we move on to: walk, trot and gallop. Once again, we find snippets from Arnaud like: “For the jumpers, the symmetry and balance of the trot are better than the magnitude and even the suppleness.”

Arnaud evaluates the mare, Classic Touch: Slightly rectangular, uphill, horizontal short neck, slightly hollow shoulder, straight back, slightly straight hocks, medium bones and strong joints. If she moves stiffly, balance will Or on the all important canter: “The be a problem because of the neck orientation but if she has enough looseness and power in suppler and the more balanced the the limbs, the combination with straight hocks and straight back will match well! canter is, the easier it is to vary the

“A long silhouette is a plus for a flexible horse and becomes a disadvantage if he is stiff ! An uphill horse is an advantage if it has a powerful hindquarters and disadvantage otherwise!” “We see that the work will play a key rôle in the functionality of the silhouette. We do not work the same way with a strongly rectangular horse as we do an extremely square horse, or work an uphill horse like a downhill horse.”

stride’s length during the course and the easier it is to get the engagement of the hindquarter for take off at the time of the jump.”

“The longer the canter stride will be, the broader the trajectory, and more it will facilitate the rider’s option to remove a stride between the fences… The longer the stride, the more delicate it will be to handle for the rider, but the more it will allow the combination to reach the higher level.”


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(FS Pour l’Amour x Night Star I) Westfalian/Sport Pony, 14.2hh, 2002, Born in Germany Champion In-Hand & Dressage to 4th Level; Evented to Training Level Approved: Westf., ISR/Old. NA Fresh Cooled/Frozen Semen Stud Fee: $1,100

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(Bunbury Jamboree x Smoke Tree Spun Gold) 12.3hh, 2006, Born in USA Top producing Welsh B stallion for Sport Ponies! Photo: Ann Daum Kustar

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(Rosedale Top Cat x Moelgarnedd Dewin) Sport Pony, 14.1hh, 2012, Born in Canada Perfection in a compact size. Siring National champion offspring, HUGE jump & impressive show record. Blue Dreamin’ Farms Approved: NASPR Megan Bittle, 408-242-2380 Fresh Cooled Semen msbluedreamin@sti.net Stud Fee: $1,000 LFG www.bluedreaminfarms.com

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Ace was granted a full breeding license in 2008 by the AHHA because of his strong achievement in sport. Ace competed at the highest level of International Show Jumping with Richard Spooner.

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Ace’s sire Acobat II produced in Germany two approved stallions and 48 offspring that have jumped 1.40m or higher.

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Breeder: Cramer Conring Owner: Abby Weese Standing at: Wild Turkey Farm Contact: Barbara Ellison Wilsonville, Oregon 97070 USA Phone: 650 303-6747 Email: barb@wildturkeyfarm.com Website: www.wildturkeyfarm.com

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Ace’s mother Imuna produced Apachee (by Acobat II), who jumped at the Asian Games in Doha in 2006 with Maijd Sharifi at 1.50m. Imuna is also the mother to the approved ZFPD stallion Lieber Boy (by Landvogt). Her branch has produced the international jumping horses: Cuincy (by Calato) 1.50m with Philip Ruping, Altini (by Latus II) 1.60m with Diego de Riu Tuja (by Parco xx)and 1.50m with Eion Ryan, Pommard (by Lux Z) 1.40m with Wiljan Laarakkers, Quick Star (b Quick Star) 1.50m with Ibrahim Hani Bisharat and Minetta I by (Acobat II) 140m with Anna Blum. His grandmother, Damina (by Anklang) produced the 1.40m Alf 67 (by Aloube Z) who competed under several riders including Frits Fervers. Damina’s daughter Plesona (by Landgraf I) produced the international jumpers: Ace FLB (by Cardento) 1.45m with Linn Jonsson, Cotton Club (by Cantus) 1.45m with Beata Strazalkowsksa, Charlston 12 (by Caretino) 1.45m with Michael Hechtner and the Holsteiner approved stallion Caproni (by Cor de la Bryère)

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Calito

Holsteiner, 16.2hh, 2012, Born in Germany

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Breeding Licenses: AHHA Holst. Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: No Fees: Stud Fee: Private Treaty Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Johannes Hansen Owner: Barbara Ellison Standing at: Wild Turkey Farm Contact: Barbara Ellison Wilsonville, Oregon 97070 USA Phone: 650 303-6747 Email: barb@wildturkeyfarm.com Website: www.wildturkeyfarm.com

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Calito is an approved son of the stallion Calido. His sire, Calido can be considered to be one of the best Holstein stallions of these times. His offspring are known for their type, jumping ability and technique as well as their rideability. Calido has sired more than 50 licensed sons.

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His dam sire, Calato is one of the most proGina lific sons of Capitol. He was competed successful by Herbert Blocker, who started him in the Bundeschampionat. Under the Danish Junior Jennifer Pedersen Foghd, he continued his career; the pair won the Scandinavian and the Danish Championship of Young Riders. Calato produces offspring with great temperaments, exceptional movements, good scope and excellent rideability.

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Calito continues the line of his sire and dam sire with a great temperament, beautiful movement, great jumping technique. This young son of Calido was approved at the 2014 Holsteiner Verand Stallion Approvals. H finished fourth at the Holsteiner 70 day test, winning the free jumping portion of the test. He scored 9s and 10s for rideability, temperament and conformation.

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Breed Approval(s): ZANG GOV VhW BWP sBs AHS RPSI AHHA Nominations: Hanoverian Jumper Breeding Program Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1750 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details. Breeder: DeGroot Owner: Branscomb Farm Standing at: Branscomb Farm Contact: KC Branscomb or Daniel Zilla Woodside, California 94062 USA Phone: 650-560-9650 Email: kc@branscombfarm.com Website: www.branscombfarm.com See listing on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com for

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Chicardo combines the extreme athleticism of his sire Clinton I with a gentle temperament for mare owners that want to Clinton breed and raise their foals at home. Chicardo was Champion of his Holsteiner licensing (AHHA 2007) earning 52 bonits and 9’s in jumping and 8’s for his gaits. Also Reserve Grand Champion of his 70-day Stallion Performance Test (2011) where he received Mycarda a rare perfect 10 for character and 9.5 for MMP jumping. Reserve Champion of the 2007 Young Jumper Championship Mid-West Finals and then competed at Grand Prix (1.40-1.50m+) in showjumping in California through 2013. A leading producer of all around sporthorses, Chicardo has over thirty-five (35) USEF competition recorded offspring crossing all 4 USEF sanctioned disciplines as of October 2014. He has three approved stallion sons, two from the 2013 North American Stallion 70-day test. Chicardo’s sire, Clinton I, was a top international jumper and ranked among the top WBF jumper sires of the world. Ramiro, Cor de la Bryère, Corrado and Capitol I appear prominently in Chicardo’s blood; he represents the top performance stamm 1298 – one of the best Holstein. Dam Mycarda also produced three licensed sons as testament to the quality of the “Lord” stamm. Chicardo stamps his foals with lovely heads, great movement, superior jumping technique and the desire to please their owners/ riders. In statistics compiled by the AHHA evaluating Holsteiner stallion production quality, Chicardo leads the list with an astonishing 83% Premium foals (of 24 inspected), with average foal bonits of 8/8, leading both movement and conformation of all 58 qualifying Holsteiner stallions licensed in North America in 2010. He is licensed AHS, AHHA, GOV, and RPSI. Fresh and Frozen semen shipped world-wide.

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Cicera’s Icewater Holsteiner, 16.3hh, 1998, Born in Germany

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Breeding Licenses: RPSI AHHA Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $ 1,500 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Manfred Johannsen Owner: Hyperion Stud, LLC Standing at: Hyperion Stud, LLC Contact: Vicky Castegren Phone: 434-973-7700 Email: hyperionstudllc@gmail.com Website: www.hyperionstud.com

Cicera’s Icewater, by Corofino/Cor de la Bryère/Liguster from stamm 474a , is Hyperion’s newest addition. This AHHA, OL and RPSI approved stallion brings a new flavor to our roster as he appeals to not only show jumping breeders but also to the eventing breeders.

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Icewater’s sire, Corofino, was widely known Cicera for his exceptional ability in sport but mostly in breeding. It began with his 100 day test in Germany where he scored a very rare “10” for jumping. He went on to have a very successful sport career under rider Valério Sozzi, winning several Grands Prix and competed in the World Cup Finals in Milan.

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Icewater’s dam, Cicera, descends from one of the greatest stamm lines of the modern day, 474a, and is full sister to the great Cavalier Royal. This mother line has been proven time and time again by producing numerous International jumping horses. During her Mare Performance Test, Cicera received a 10 for jumping and a 10 for her ride-ability. She was awarded as a States Premium Mare during her test. Cicera’s Icewater was approved in 2002 becoming one of the highest scoring stallion ever approved in the 25 year history of the AHHA. He received 53 bonit points along with being crowned the National Confirmation Champion. He has been highly successful as a breeding stallion in both show jumping and eventing.

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During his career, Icewater competed with team O’Connor and was successful in winning a CCI* in Kentucky and other events along with being ridden up to the Prix St. George level in dressage. He also qualified and competed in the 5 year old YJC Finals at the Hampton Classic His offspring have been exceptional over the years with many going on to have successful sport careers. Icewater is truly a stallion for sport breeding but also produces top breeding mares. His offspring are well tempered, athletic, big movers and scopey.

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Breeding Licenses: RPSI/PRPS KWPN/NA - NA KWPN GOV BWP AHHA Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,950 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details. Breeder: Branscomb Farm Owner: Branscomb Farm Standing at: Branscomb Farm Contact: KC Branscomb or Daniel Zilla 2995 Woodside Road Suite 400-364 Woodside, California 94062 USA Phone: 650-560-9650 Email: info@branscombfarm.com Website: www.branscombfarm.com See listing on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com for stud fee details, more photos, and video.

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Contiano BF was Grand Champion of the 2010 German FN authorized North American 70 day Sporthorse Stallion Licensing Contefino Test with an overall score of 129.88 including perfect 10’s for character and 9’s and 9.5’s for his jumping technique and scope. Contiano BF is designated an “elite” stallion licensed for breeding world wide by the German Oldenburg Verband (GOV-OI) - a rare accomEM Lucille plishment for a USA bred stallion. He also stands for mares from AHHA (Holsteiner), BWP, RPSI, Zangersheid, and KWPN. His first foal crop produced a fully licensed son (Camelot BF)(BWP) who won the 2016 USEF Young Jumper Championships 5 yr Finals West and was third overall in Grand Prix Suitability at the Sacramento International Horse Show. In 2011-2016 Contiano BF has produced an astounding 79% premium foals including seven foals of distinction and three designated stallion prospects.

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Approved BWP Stallion Camelot (2011) Photo: Captured Moment Photography

Contiano BF is best known for his exceptional temperament, explosive jump, and expansive movement (having won the dressage section of his stallion test as well as champion overall). Particularly good for mare owners who want to produce a strong all around sport foal with temperaments to raise up and ride themselves.

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Coronet D’Honneur Bavarian Warmblood, 16.3hh, 2010, Born in Germany

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Breeding Licenses: RPSI

Coronet D’Honneur is a 2010, 16.3h, bay Bavarian Warmblood stallion with four socks and a blaze.

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He’s by Comme Il Faut (Coronet Obolensky x St.Pr.St. Ratina Z), out of Dorina (Dinard x St.Pr.St. Paola/Pilot).

Fees: Stud Fee: $1200 fresh w/lfg. $750 w/o lfg Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details. Breeder: Johannes Ruter Owner: Rachel Jansen Jones Standing at: Crossroads Farm Contact: Rachel Jones Gilbert, Arizona 85296 USA Phone: 480-251-8924 Email: crossroads.farm@yahoo.com Website: www.crossroadsfarm.com

“Honor” was the Reserve Champion Jumping Stallion at the 2013 South German Keuring in Munich, and stood at the Zweibrucken Verband in Standenbuhl, while preparing for his 70 Day Stallion Test in 2014.

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His first foals in Germany were impressive, winning several Premium awards, including the Site Champion at one of the biggest foal keurings in South Germany.

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He completed his 70 Day Test at Marbach, and ended up 2nd overall in jumping, and 6th overall in dressage out of over 28 stallions. He received impressive scores of 9s in all the jumping and temperament-related marks. He has an incredibly kind disposition, the movement to produce a top hunter, and the scope, bloodlines, and athleticism of a world class jumper. His first two foal crops in North America have produced multiple Gold Premiums, including multiple Site Champions and Reserve Site Champions.

2015 Gold Premium filly Photo: melanie elise

He stands at Crossroads Farm in Gilbert, Arizona.

2016 Gold Premium/Site Champion colt

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Cornet Obolensky

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Photo: Mary Cornelius

Breeding Licenses: RPSI Holst. GOV AHHA Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: No Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1200 per breeding dose Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Manfred Johannsen Owner: Wild Turkey Farm Standing at: Wild Turkey Farm Contact: Barbara Ellison Wilsonville, Oregon 97070 USA Phone: 650 303-6747 Email: barb@wildturkeyfarm.com Website: www.wildturkeyfarm.com See listing on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com for

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Coruscant was purchased at the 2013 Holsteiner Verband Annual Stallion Approval and Auction where he was awarded Reserve Champion. Coruscant stayed in Germany for 2014 and completed his 70-stallion test at the Holsteiner Verband. He received high scores (9s) for rideability and temperament. Judge’s comments from the Holsteiner Verband Stallion Approval:

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Galuta “An enormously nice type of Holsteiner stallion that increased his presence at every performance. The classical presence of this Connor son since his first selection has taken an incredibly positive development so the he presented himself as a perfect type. The correct conformation gives him a beautiful physical appearance. His movement shows the suppleness of his gaits and his good interior. The walk is exceptional, the trot and canter show great elasticity and the stallion shows a natural talent over the jumps. He responds with great confidence around his environment and confirmed the quality of his mare stamm 569. The stamm of the stallion Quintero, Lamour and Akinos.” Coruscant’s sire Connor is by the famed stallion Casall Ask out of the full sister to Corrado I (by Cor de la Bryère). Connor has jumped at 1.45m and has seven approved sons for the following Studbooks: Holsteiner Verband, Mecklenburg, Oldenburg Gov and Zangersheide. Coruscant’s grandmother Lamina I (by Sir Shostakovich XX) competed at the CIC*** International level with InkenGrafin Von Platen Hallermund. Half brother to Lamina, Chap (by Clearway) jumped at the 1.40m level. Full brother to the great grandmother Galuta is Crunchy Nut (by Corrado I) who jumped 1.50m. This stam 569 has also produced the following stallions: Liguster (by Landsturm), Nocturn (by Ladykiller xx), Lamour (by Ladykiller xx ) and the 1.60m horses, Quinara Z (by Quinar) and Caliber (by Cassini I). Mandy Porter will be competing him in 2017. Coruscant

Photo: Mary Cornelius

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Coruscant

Holsteiner, 16.2hh, 2011, Born in Germany


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Crown Affair

Holsteiner, 16.3hh, 1995, Born in Germany

Photo: Rick Osteen

Breeding Licenses: RPSI GOV AHHA Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $2,000 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Meyer Friedrich Owner: Yellow Dog Farm, LLC Standing at: Wild Turkey Farm Contact: Barbara Ellison Wilsonville, Oregon 97070 USA Phone: 650-303-6747 Email: barb@wildturkeyfarm.com Website: www.wildturkeyfarm.com/ crownaffair.html

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Crown Affair is one of the few direct Cor de la Bryère sons that are still alive. Breeders described Cor de la Bryère as a “gift from Heaven”; he has been especially successful producing jumping horses, as he passes on his incredible bascule, scope and jumping technique. In Germany he produced 57 approved stallions and 188 offspring that jumped 1.40m or higher.

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Crown’s dam, Andante (by Capitol) produced the Prix St. George horse Chamberlain (by Calypso I), Catalina del Pierre (by Calido I) who jumped 1.40m with Gunter Treiber, and La Capitol (by Lavall I) who competed to 1.40m with Christoph Gallinger.

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His grand dam, Iris S (by Metellus), produced the 1.40m jumping horse Atlas (by Athlet Z) with Ulrich Trettenbacher and the Bayern-approved stallion Alasco Bavaria (by Alasca). From Iris S line also comes the 1.45m jumping horses Sasu 7 (by Calido I) ridden by Evi Benstsson. Crown Affair was the Zone 7 Horse of the Year in 2005 for Regular Conformation Hunters. Since being purchased by Yellow Dog Farm in 2006, he was ranked every year in the top 20 nationally in Amateur Owner Hunters 36 and over. In 2007 Crown Affair was ranked 5th nationally in Amateur Owner Hunters 36 and over, and had a successful campaign Indoors, including being Reserve Champion in the Amateur Owner World Champion Hunter Rider Finals at Capital Challenge. He was 3rd under saddle at Washington and 2nd at Harrisburg.

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In 2011 Crown Affair continued his successful show career as a reputable Hunter Derby contender by winning two USHJA International Hunter Derbies and placing in the top ten of every Derby he entered. He finished 11th in the USHJA International Hunter Derby Finals in Lexington, Kentucky, and was the highest placing stallion. Crown Affair has produced many premium foals across North America. They possess their sire’s beauty, athleticism & his wonderful temperament.

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Rantzau XX

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Licensed in Verden, and 100-Day Tested Donnerwetter Donnerhall in Adelheidsdorf (Class I Dressage Index), Ninette Dacaprio won the Hanoverian Riding Horse Davignon I Championships as a 3-year-old with the Pik Bube I Piroschka exceptional score of 8.9, (8.5 canter, 9s in SPS Dunja walk, trot, rideability, conformation). He was shown in dressage through IntermediKaron ate Level. Dacaprio’s noted sire Davignon I Caprimond SPS Capri VI is a son of Dressage Horse of the Century, Carry Donnerhall. Damsire, Grand Prix competitor Laterit Kiks Caprimond, was 100-Day Test Champion Killady xx and Trakehner Stallion of the Year. The Hannoveraner Jahbuch Hengst places Dacaprio in the top 20 for all sires, based on his daughOffspring ters’ rankings and in the top 100 Dressage Sires of Germany (FN). Dacaprio produces exceptional impulsion, elasticity and modern type. Offspring are noted for outstanding rideability and trainability. In Europe, he has sired stallion licensing Champions, States Premium Mares, Elite Auction Horses and Gold Medal Foals. A proven broodmare sire, Dacaprio is the damsire of Premium Stallion Blue Hors Farrell (Fürstenball-SPS Desert Rose/Dacaprio), the second highest selling stallion at the 2013 Verden Licensing ($480K Euro) and top scoring 4-year-old at Breeder: Reubert Freiherr von der Bussche, the 2015 Danish Warmblood Stallion Performance Test. He is now a successful sire. Dacaprio is damsire of German dressage Germany star Santiago (Stedinger-Danielle/Dacaprio) who was the Owner: Champion of the 2015 German Championships for Developing FBW Dejavu - Bundeschampionate Champion, Barbara A. Schmidt, DVM & PSG Horses and is now successful in the Young Horse Grand Del Mondo - German Hanoverian Champion Frederick J. Abblett Photo: Kiki Beelitz Prix and PSG Levels. In Europe, offspring are successful at Standing at: riding horse championships. In the U.S., Dacaprio has more Bridlewood Farm registered offspring (2009-2015) than any other stallion in the Contact: AHS including AHS Top Foals, GOV, ISR/Oldenburg N.A. Barbara Schmidt, DVM Premium Foals, Elite Mares, AHS inspection site and MPT Union, Kentucky 41091 Champions. His offspring are USDF & Dressage at Devon Breed Show Champions, Get of Sire class winners and excel USA under saddle. D’Espirit Joli (Dacaprio-Donna Schufro/Don Phone: Schufro) (b: Bridlewood Farm; o: Lisa Grossi), won numerous 859-485-6000 FEI 5-year-old tests. Five-year-old Dacapriella, (r/o/b Alyssa Email: Barngrover) was Reserve Champion in the Amateur Adult bschmidtdvm@fuse.net Training Level USDF All Breed rankings (Han.) to name a few Website: of Dacaprio’s successful U.S. competition offspring. www.bridlewoodhanoverians.com Breeding Licenses: AHS, HV, ARS, GOV, ISR/OLD NA (enrolled in Star Award Program), Westfalen Vb, DWB Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: No Fees: Stud Fee: $1,800 Live Foal Guarantee Additional Fees: Special consideration given to performance mares, SPS, Elite, Premium, multiple, and return mares. Visa, MasterCard & Discover accepted.

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Dakota VDL

Holsteiner, 16.2hh, 2008, Born in Germany

Photo: Brant Gamma

Breeding Licenses: KWPN/NA KWPN BWP AHHA Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: No Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1600 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Michael Eitel Owner: Hyperion Stud, LLC Standing at: Hyperion Stud, LLC Contact: Vicky Castegren Barboursville, Virginia 22923 USA Phone: 434-973-7700 Email: hyperionstudllc@gmail.com Website: www.hyperionstud.com

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Dakota VDL is a modern sport horse who is beautiful type with lots of expression and character. He has a great ride-ability showing a very athletic trot, and a very balanced, light-footed and powerful canter. He demonstrates scope, with very good take off and reflexes. He has powerful haunches, clean and careful technique with mature self control. He is a wonderful addition for breeders of North America.

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Dakota’s sire Casall is a Grand Prix winner with Rolf Goran Bengtsson in Lyon, Hamburg, Rotterdam, Stockholm, Oslo and many more. Also in breeding he breaks through with successful offspring in the international young horse classes and with approved stallions like Zavall VDL and Dakota VDL.

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Dakota’s Grandsire is the Holsteiner stallion Contender. Contender is the sire of 40 approved stallions and equally 40 national premium mares. He is a living legend in sport horse breeding for jumping and dressage with offspring like Checkmate and Montender. Dakota’s Dam Naomi II is the full sister of the BWP approved stallion Cicero van de Helle. From the full sister of Naomi II (Kally s. Contender) comes the approved stallion For Fashion. From this well-known Holsteiner family also descend the following famous horses: Corland, Corradina, Landetto, Leuthen I and II, etc.

Cape Town HS, Premium Holsteiner colt. Photo: Pics of You

Dakota’s Dam’s Grandsire Landgraf I is one of the most successful sires of show jumpers the world has seen. His genes are securely anchored in the breed of the modern sporthorse. He has produced more than 300 approved stallions with famous stallions like Libero H, Landadel, Burggraaf, and Loutano. Dakota is winner of many young horse classes and has placed Internationally in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Declaration S, Premium Oldenburg Colt. Photo: Angel Swift

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Selle Francais, 16.2hh, 2013, Born in USA

Photo: Debra Kail Photography

Breeding Licenses: SF Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: No Fees: Stud Fee: $1250 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details. Breeder: Arnaud & Stéphanie de Crèvecoeur Owner: New Normandy Farm LLC Standing at: New Normandy Farm LLC Contact: Arnaud de Crèvecoeur Cochranville, PA 19330 USA Phone: 610-620-3895 Email: arnaud_de_crevecoeur@yahoo.com Website: www.NewNormandyFarm.com

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Photo: Victoria DeMore Photography

Daxibus Normandy is the perfect stallion for the passionate breeder who understands that genetics and conformation are key to any successful breeding program.

By crossing two legendary European sires, Diamant de Semilly and Galoubet A, Arnaud and Stéphanie de Crèvecoeur aimed at producing a true jumper with good rideability, strength, power and scope over the fences.

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Daxibus Normandy is a son of the Diamant de Semilly, the world #1 showjumper stallion for 2015 & 2016 (WBFSH ranking).

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His dam, Isadora Pinon is by the foundation stallion Galoubet A and the renowned Grand Prix showjumper dam Pinon Lily, Damian Gardner’s lifetime partner. Diamant de Semilly brings to Daxibus his great canter, natural balance and super mind, while Galoubet gives him his innate smartness and fighting spirit over the fences. The French Officials who tested Daxibus said: “the stallion shows a very good technique with a powerful take-off and a big scope. He is very careful, steady and consistent, with good reflex, balance and bascule.” He has three nice gaits: his canter was marked as “excellent” by the Selle Français judge.

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Photo: Victoria DeMore Photography

Daxibus is a fast learner; he exhibits a very good work ethic. Daxibus is a beautiful sporthorse showing strength, suppleness and self-confidence. From a conformation standpoint, Daxibus Normandy is everything one can expect from a jumper stallion. Dax is a US born Selle Français approved stallion. He is approved worldwide, please check reciprocity with your mare’s studbook. Because of his adequate size, excellent conformation and good temperament, Daxibus is easy to breed. While he suits a wide array of mares, he will however pair well with medium-sized compact mares with blood. Discount is available for SF & elite mares.

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Fairbanks

Oldenburg, 17.2hh, 2007, Born in Germany

Photo: Kiki Beelitz

Breeding Licenses: GOV ARS Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,800 Live Foal Guarantee Additional Fees: Special consideration given to performance mares, SPS, Elite, Premium, multiple, and return mares. Visa, MasterCard & Discover accepted. Breeder: Alois Schmidt-Geeste, Germany Owner: Leatherdale Farms, Louise Leatherdale Standing at: Bridlewood Farm Contact: Barbara Schmidt, DVM Union, KY 41091 USA Phone: 859-485-6000 Email: bschmidtdvm@fuse.net Website: www.bridlewoodhanoverians.com

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Felicitas (Fairbanks/Wolkenstein II) showing great poise and elegance.

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Fairbanks was Champion of the 2009 OldenLandgraf I Lacapo burg Stallion Licensing in Vechta, Germany. Larsa He quickly became the crowd favorite with Flemmingh his spectacular performance, extravagant Carneval Texas gaits, impressive jumping ability and willing Ledusa temperament. Fairbanks completed his 30Day Test very successfully. In a field of 49 Inschallah AA stallions, including Bundeschampionate winInselfürst SPS Wega ners, Licensing Champions and top-priced SPS Identify stallions, he placed third with an overall score Argentinus Alegra of 8.74. He repeated this success in 2011 at Betsey his 70-Day Test. He was the only stallion to score over 100 in both jumping and dressage, showing his great versatility and willingness under saddle. He has gone on to be successful to the advanced levels. Sire Flemmingh, a most successful dressage stallion in the Netherlands sired international dressage horses Krack C (Anky van Grunsven) and Lingh (Edward Gal). A Flemmingh daughter was the overall Champion at the national Dutch mare show. Fairbanks’ dam, SPS Identify, was highly praised at her Mare Performance Test. Damsire Inselfürst was the winner of his Stallion Test and successfully shown in Advanced Level dressage. Full sister to Fairbanks’ granddam Alegra produced stallions San Brasil, a Bundeschampionate participant and Celle stallion Los Angeles. In 2011, Fairbanks presented his first outstanding At the 2011 Oldenburg licensing, Fairbanks foal crop in Germany which were very representative of himself; was awarded the 1c-Premium due to his large expressive foals with long lines, beautiful heads and necks exceptional Stallion Test results, impressive and outstanding movement. At the 2011 Oldenburg licensing, foals and his overall development. Photo: Kiki Beelitz Fairbanks was awarded the 1c-Premium due to his exceptional Offspring Stallion Test results, impressive foals and his overall development as a top breeding stallion. This was especially remarkable as he was not primarily breeding in the main Oldenburg breeding region and therefore had to stand up to strong competition for this award. Currently, his offspring just beginning their under saddle careers are exceeding all expectations. In 2017, we are looking forward to Fairbanks’ first foal crop since his importation to the United States!

Photo: Kiki Beelitz

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Photo: Krister Lindh

Breeding Licenses: VhW SWANA ARS AHS ISR/Old. NA Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,250 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details. Breeder: Michael Schenk Owner: Margot Brady Standing at: Brady Equestrian Center LLC Contact: Margot Brady Sabin, Minnesota 56580 USA Phone: 218-789-7704 Email: mturkish@msn.com Website: www.bradyequestriancenter.com

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Photo: Göran K. Josefsson

Breed for Rideability! Figaro R won first place at the Hanoverian Stallion Licensing in Verden 2003. In 2005, he was then Champion of the Swedish Warmblood Stallion Approvals in Flyinge with the highest dressage index ever and perfect scores of 10 for rideability from two German test riders, Hella Kuntz and Heiner Sudowe, whose comments were: “Gives a very good feeling in all three gaits. Very attentive to the aids and perfect contact with the mouth. Nice horse to train!” and “Very good to ride, well trained horse. Three good and easy gaits. Good increases where the horse will go forward from behind.” Figaro was schooled by Rose Mathisen and has placings in Prix St. Georges before an injury discontinued his show career.

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Figaro has over 432 offspring in Sweden, with over 100 in competition, including an approved stallion son, Faustino, and grandson, Raymore ridden by Jan Brink. Faustino and his full sister Barcelona both returned to Verden and were finalists in the World Breeding Championships for Young Horses. In 2015, another son returned to Verden for WBCYH. Figaro was awarded “Premium A” status due to his heritability for dressage talent being clearly above average. In Sweden, Figaro was the Breeder’s Trophy Stallion of the Year in dressage in both 2011 and 2012. His approved son, Faustino 1244, was winner of the Breeder’s Trophy Final, first as 4 yr old and then in 2012 as a 5 yr old and was first place at the World Championships for Young Dressage Horses trial at Flyinge with a score of 79.2. Figaro’s daughter, Barcelona, was the winner of the Breeder’s Trophy final for 6 yr olds in 2012 and also a finalist in the Young Horse Championships. In 2013, she placed fourth in 7 year olds at Falsterbo. Figaro’s first foal crop in the USA in 2016 included Top Colt at the Hanoverian Inspection and First Premium foal at the Swedish Inspection. 75% of all offspring were rated Class I by Swedish judges. Figaro is incredibly prepotent regarding temperament and disposition. Even bred to the “toughest” mares, his offspring all inherit his kind, gentle temperament and amazing ability to want to please their riders. Figaro is a world class breeding stallion and a world class family horse as well. Now sound after his injury, he is a schoolmaster for myself and my teenage daughter and is very forgiving. Our instructor from Sweden states: “It is amazing to find such a high quality stallion as Figaro here in this arena. He is a top breeding stallion and I have now seen firsthand that his temperament is super! He is very attentive to and tries hard to please his rider, even now in breeding season.” - Ann Clemedtson, dressage judge, Sweden. You will not be disappointed in a foal by Figaro!

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Faustino: 2012 Champion WCYH dressage Flyinge, Sweden Photo: Göran K. Josefsson

Barcelona: 2013 finalist WCYH Verden Photo: Göran K. Josefsson

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Hanoverian, 16.2hh, 2001, Born in Germany


Hanoverian, 16.3hh, 2004, Born in Germany

Photo: Kiki Beelitz

Breed Approval(s): AHS HV GOV ARS Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,800 LFG Special consideration given to performance mares, SPS, Elite, Premium, multiple, and return mares. Visa, MasterCard & Discover accepted. Breeder: Dieter Duis, Germany Owner: Leatherdale Farms, Louise Leatherdale Standing at: Bridlewood Farm Contact: Barbara Schmidt, DVM Union, KY 41091 Phone: 859-485-6000 Email: bschmidtdvm@fuse.net Website: www.bridlewoodhanoverians.com

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Fleur de Lis L (First Dance-EM De La Rosa/De Niro), Reserve Champion at the 2016 NAJYRC with Vanessa Creech.

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First Dance was enthusiastically acclaimed Furioso II/AN Fidelio at his 2006 Hanoverian Licensing in Verden, Laura Germany, because of his perfectly cadenced Florestan I rhythm and powerful movement. He placed Rheingold SPS in the 2009 Bundeschampionate for young SPS Gode Raute/Rhld. dressage horses and won many young horse dressage classes, moving on to success in Donnerwetter M**-classes and competed successfully at Donnerhall/ H Ninette Prix St. Georges Level. First Dance earned Old. SPS Dorina Elite Stallion status based on his German Aarking xx SPS Andi 30-Day Test scores (walk 9, rideability 8.75, Belvedere character 8.5, constitution 8.5, trot 8.5, canter 8.5) combined with his high placing at the Offspring Bundeschampionate. His sire, Florestan I, produced more than 70 licensed sons, over 180 State Premium mares and countless sport horses including Floriano ridden to a U.S. bronze medal by Stefan Peters. First Dance’s dam SPS Dorina, won the 1A prize each year from 2003-06 at the Aurich-Tannenhausen mare show. She also produced a second licensed stallion, full brother to First Dance. Damsire Donnerhall is a legend of breeding and sport. A double World Champion in dressage, he produced over 100 licensed sons and many extraordinarily successful offspring. First Dance’s damline is known for producing advanced dressage horses and States Premium mares. First Dance has a dressage score of 140 points in the estimated breeding evaluation by the FN. He passes on Fighting Chance L (First Dance-EM Helia/ his beautiful movement and exceptional quality to his offspring. Hohenstein) placed 3rd in Second Level Open He has produced several Verden auction foals and riding horses, at the 2016 USDF Finals with Mick Suchanek. States Premium mares and three licensed sons, First Flush, First Photo: D & G Photography Duke and First Diamond. In the U.S., Fighting Chance L placed 3rd in Second Level Open at the 2016 USDF Finals. Successful dressage competitors include Fleur de Lis L who was Reserve Champion at the 2016 NAJYRC with Vanessa Creech, First Song KF, and Foxey Lady L. In the U.S., his offspring are known for their outgoing personalities, correctness and extravagant gaits. In 2017, we are looking forward to First Dance’s first foal crop since his importation to the United States! Photo: SusanJStickel.com

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First Dance

Warmblood Stallions of North America


Photo: Kiki Beelitz

Breed Approval(s): GOV AHS DWB HV Swedish ARS Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,800 LFG Special consideration given to performance mares, SPS, Elite, Premium, multiple, and return mares. Visa, MasterCard & Discover accepted. Breeder: Hans Brünning, Germany Owner: Leatherdale Farms, Louise Leatherdale Standing at: Bridlewood Farm Contact: Barbara Schmidt, DVM Union, KY 41091 Phone: 859-485-6000 Email: bschmidtdvm@fuse.net Website: www.bridlewoodhanoverians.com

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Hampton is the carbon copy of his famous Caprimond/Trak. sire His Highness. His Highness was the Hohenstein/ Champion of his Hanoverian stallion Trak. Helena XIV/Trak. His Highness licensing, his stallion test and the Donnerhall/Old. Danish stallion licensing. He was a SPS Daireen successful dressage competitor and sire, SPS Flic Flac producing 17 licensed sons, over 20 St.Pr. Rubinstein I/ mares and successful offspring too numerous Westf. Rotspon to mention. Hampton, as a 3-year-old, was SPS Antalia SPS Red Chili Reserve Champion of his 70-Day Stallion Calypso II/Holst. Test in Schlieckau with the overall score SPS Clarina of 134.24. He competed and won several Fiorella young horse classes with high scores. In 2009 Hampton qualified for the Bundeschampionate in highly Offspring competitive shows. Hampton was successful up to Inter. I and qualified for the finals of the 2013 Nürnberger Burgpokal. He is bred out of an exquisite dam line which combines success in breeding and sport. Hampton’s dam, SPS Red Chili, produced a second licensed son. Granddam SPS Carina is the full sister of renown stallion Compliment and is dam to the licensed stallion Lesodoro. SPS Carina and daughter SPS Red Chili won as a family in the 2007 and 2009 prestigious Herwart von der Decken Shows. This damline is Hanoverian royalty, (the Ahnenhold family) know for producing internationally successful horses and licensed stallions. Damsire Rotspon, by the legendary Rubinstein I, was Champion of his stallion test An elegant colt by Hampton out of a mare and has sired an impressive 21 licensed stallions. Rotspon and by Worldly. Photo: Kiki Beelitz Grand Prix dressage stallion Rubinstein I are both noted for passing on excellent rideability and trainability. For two years in a row, Hampton placed within the top 10% of German dressage sires with a score of 148 points in the estimated breeding evaluation by the FN. Hampton’s offspring have exceeded expectations, producing elegant types with seemingly endless potential. Hampton has sired winning States Premium mares, Verden auction horses, and his licensed son Hampton’s Junior competed successfully in young horse classes. In the U.S., Heirloom is competing successfully in the Pre-Green Hunter division. In 2017, we are looking forward to Hampton’s first foal crop since his importation to the United States!

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Heirloom (Hampton-EM Something Royal/ Sir Donnerhall), bred by Marcia Boeing, owned by Katie Morgan, successfully competing in the hunter ring. Photo: Marcia Boeing

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Hanoverian, 16.3hh, 2004, Born in Germany


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E.H. Herzensdieb Trakehner, 16.2hh, 2003, Born in Germany

Photo: Kiki Beelitz

Breed Approval(s): GOV Trak Vb DSP ATA DWB AHS Swedish ARS HV Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,800 LFG Special consideration given to performance mares, SPS, Elite, Premium, multiple, and return mares. Visa, MasterCard & Discover accepted. Breeder: Hessische Hausstiftung, Gestüt Panker, Germany Owner: Leatherdale Farms, Louise Leatherdale Standing at: Bridlewood Farm Contact: Barbara Schmidt, DVM Union, KY 41091 Phone: 859-485-6000 Email: bschmidtdvm@fuse.net Website: www.bridlewoodhanoverians.com

Photo: Kiki Beelitz

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At his Trakehner Licensing, Herzensdieb was Caprimond Hohenstein awarded Champion Stallion. “This stallion is Helena XIV not just moving, but dancing,” was the Tambour enthusiastic comment. Trakehner Verband Consul SPS Breeding Manager Lars Gehrmann addSPS Tilsit III Tänzerin V ed, “Endowed with the aura of something special, this stallion embodies the classical Tümmler Trakehner upgrader type.” He was Reserve Tivano SPS Tilsit III Champion of his 70-Day Test scoring above St.Pr./El.St. champions from Hanoverian, Oldenburg, Gipsy King Herzensfreude SPS Westfalen and Holsteiner licensings. He won SPS Herzsolo the Trakehner Championship for 3-year-old Herzenlust stallions, qualified for the Bundeschampionate for 6-year-old dressage horses and then trained up to the Advanced Level. Sire Tambour won his stallion Offspring licensing and was highly successful in both advanced level dressage and jumping. He then went on to become a successful sire producing auction horses, Premium mares and successful sport horses. Herzensdieb’s dam, St.Pr./El.St. Herzensfreude, scored 9.11 at her Mare Performance Test and was successful in dressage competition. Granddam, SPS Herzenslust, Champion Mare in Schleswig-Holstein, won her Mare Performance Test. This noted damline has produced several licensed stallions, successful dressage horses and highly awarded mares. Herzensdieb has an FN breeding value dressage of 142 points and is in the top 10% of German dressage sires. He was honored with the prestigious Elite Hengst title (E.H.) by the Harriet (Herzensdieb/Lauries Crusador xx), a Trakehner Verband. Herzensdieb stamps his offspring with his lovely young dressage mare. elegant type and exceptional rideability. Many daughters Photo: Kiki Beelitz including Heartbreaker and Helmi have won honors at large mare shows throughout Germany. Daughter, Elfenzauber, qualified for the Bundeschampionate for 6-year-old dressage horses. He has two licensed sons; Herzenswunsch was 2012 Champion of Southern Germany, Horse of the Year in Berlin-Brandenburg and a multiple Bundeschampionate finalist. Hollywood is competing successfully at the M** Level. In the U.S., Hannigan L was the 2016 USDF Dressage Horse of the Year Reserve Champion at Second Level (74.086) and 2016 USDF Finals Second Level Open Champion (70.163). In 2017, we are looking forward to Herzensdieb’s first foal crop since his importation to the United States! Photo: Kiki Beelitz

Warmblood Stallions of North America


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Breeding Licenses: ZfdP RPSI KWPN BWP AHHA Nominations: BWP Ambassador Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: No Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $2300 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details. Breeder: A.H.A Hassing Owner: Hyperion Stud, LLC Standing at: Hyperion Stud, LLC Contact: Vicky Castegren Barboursville, Virginia 22923 USA Phone: 434-973-7700 Email: hyperionstudllc@gmail.com Website: www.hyperionstud.com See listing on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com for stud fee details, more photos, and video.

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In 2007 Imothep completed his 30-day trial in Zweibruecken, Germany with the overall score of 8.1, and was victorious in his sporting debut in jumping tests Class A and L. In 2008 he was the winner in the young horse M classes with scores up to 8 and 9. These results qualified him for the FEI World Breeding Championships for young horses in Lanaken, Belgium in 2009.

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Imothep is a star in the show jumping world and breeding industry. In 2007 he was approved by the OL, RPS and ZfdP studbooks in Germany. In 2011, Imothep was fully approved and licensed by the BWP and awarded the “Elite” status, becoming the only Indoctro son in Europe and North America who has been given this acknowledgment. In 2014 Imothep was awarded the Ambassador status with the BWP, was fully licensed with the KWPN and approved by AHHA.

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As an a breeding stallion, Imothep has produced a champion colt in Germany in 2009, and two others in the US in 2011 & 2012 and continues to do so to this day. Imothep’s progeny are beautiful, well tempered and possess big movement through the hind end. He is a stallion who offers his best qualities to each and every foal. As a sport horse, Imothep has acquired several results at the National and International Grand Prix level throughout his career. In 2014 his greatest accomplishments included 3 Nation’s Cup events for Team Ireland at Aachen (4/0), Hickstead (0/0) and Dublin (4/0). That same year, under Irishman Darragh Kenny, the pair finished 12th of 153 horse/rider combinations at the 2014 World Equestrian Games in Normandy, France.

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In 2015, Taizo Sugitani of Japan joined forces with Hyperion Stud taking over the reins on Imothep. Together they competed for Team Japan at the 2016 Olympic Games.

Hero, 2012 NA KWPN Reserve Champion Colt Photo: Stacy Lynne Photography

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Dutch Warmblood, 16.3hh, 2003, Born in Netherlands


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Inamorato *Pb* Trakehner, 17.1hh, 2001, Born in USA

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Breed Approval(s): RPSI ATA Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1500.00 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Sabine Keunecke Owner: Northeast Trakehners, LLC Standing at: Royal Palm Farms Contact: Christina Potter Durham, New Hampshire 03824 USA Phone: 508 560 4134 Email: northeasttrakehners@gmail.com Website: netrakehners.com

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Inamorato impresses! His entry astounds as EH Habicht EH Sixtus he possesses elegant type, a devoted work Stradelle ethic and absolute focus. A dedicated proEH fessional, Inamorato gives his rider 100%. In Diamant Buddenbrock Ballerina 2016 Inamorato was awarded the PerforBlinklicht XXV mance Bronze designation by the ATA. Inamorato is by the German Elite stallion EH Rockefeller Buddenbrock out of the illustrious dam line EH of Isabella. His dam: Pr St Indira XV won Fontainbleau Felicitas St. Pr. Ch Mare of 2000 in Graditz, an international EH Mahagoni Indira XV St. Pr. mare show hosted every 7 years. This dam St. Pr. Ironie V line produced the dressage phenomenon Irene VI Imperio (preselected for Olympics 2016) and the Premium Interconti, Induc, Inster Offspring Graditz, FEI Dressage Ira, Itax and Radom. Inamorato boasts lineage of CCI3***Fontainbleau, EH Sixtus, Habicht, Diamant, Rockefeller, Mahagoni and Consul. Inamorato has a pedigree that overflows with breeding and performance success. Born on St. Patrick’s, approved ATA in 2003 as: “willing jumper, good technique, relaxed, confident, excellent temperament, obvious jumping potential. Mares needing Type, jumping talent would cross well with this modern young stallion, combining highly athletic lines, beauty, harmony, willingness and Trakehner Type.” Inamorato’s accomplishments include: Breed, Hunter, Jumper, Dressage and Eventing producing prizes and cash with NEDA, USDF, USHJA, USEA, ATA­Ch. and Res. Ch., and Horse of the Year Awards. Inamorato has evented with Andrew Palmer Lucinda TL *Pr* Inamorato*Pb*/ up to CCI1* and Intermediate Levels. Judge’s comment: Unkenruf*Pg*E*, ATA Performance Tested “Awesome, lovely.” He has jumped and won at 5'6" with style with Premium 2015:High Score, Best Jump and ease. Photo: Jess Lively Photography Inamorato overcame surgery and rehab after life-threatening injury January 2014. Fall 2014 through 2016 he won at Third and Fourth Level Dressage scoring up to 68+%, and will be moving up to FEI dressage in 2017. Offspring are impressive athletic joys to compete. Lucinda TL*Pr* (Inamorato*Pb*/Unkenruf*Pg*E*) was performance­ tested: High Score and Best Jumper designations. In her Eventing debut Lucy gleaned a 2nd Place Area 3 Championship win. Lucy and For Keeps(Inamorato*Pb*/EHHohenstein) excelled in the Dibowski Clinic at Tryon this fall. Tropicana JRR qualified for the YEH Championships in CA his first season. Exceptional stallion prospects, event horses, jumpers, dressage and warmblood cross prospects attest to the quality he produces. For Keeps (Inamorato*Pb*/EH Hohenstein)

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Warmblood Stallions of North America


Photo: Mary Cornelius

Breeding Licenses: GOV AHHA RPSI Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,800 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Gerd Magens Owner: Barb Ellison Standing at: Wild Turkey Farm Contact: Barbara Ellison Wilsonville, Oregon 97070 USA Phone: 650-303-6747 Email: barb@wildturkeyfarm.com Website: wildturkeyfarm.com

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Wild Turkey Farm imported LaMarque, in July of 2007. At the AHHA approvals in 2007 at Pollyrich Farms, LaMarque was approved with flying colors. He scored perfect 10s during his free jumping test (Technique, Scope and Willingness). He scored 9s and 10s during the under saddle portion of his jumping test. LaMarque shows a willingness to work, is easy to work around and has wonderful ground manners.

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Lansing

Goldkueste

LaMarque is by international Grand Prix jumper Lansing. As a five year old, Lansing won the 5-year-old Bundeschampionat (German National show jumping Championships). Lansing is by the legendary Landgraf I. Landgraf I excelled as a sire of show jumpers; such as Lalique (won the Aachen Grand Prix), Libero (won the 1994 Volvo World Cup), and nearly 60 colts by Landgraf I have been licensed in the Holsteiner studbook.

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LaMarque has Ladykiller bloodlines on both his sire side (Landgraf I) and his dam side (Lord). LaMarque’s dam, Goldkueste is by Lord Calando. Lord Calando’s most famous son is Lux Z. Lord Calando is a son of Lord. Lord was one of the foundation sires of the Holstein breed with 62 approved sons. LaMarque’s great grand dam is Perra who was the dam of Carthago Z as well as Lord Calando. LaMarque’s offspring are beginning to compete in the show ring; Corina WT was third at the 2015 West Coast Young Jumpers. He has produced several mares that are entered into the MMP or MMPS book of the AHHA.

WT Corina- 2013 AHHA Champion Mare

Photo: Mary Cornelius

WT Bliss - 2012 AHHA Champion Mare

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LaMarque

Holsteiner, 16.3hh, 2002, Born in Germany


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Leapfrog WT

Holsteiner, 17hh, 2011, Born in USA

Photo: Barbara Ellison

Breeding Licenses: RPSI GOV Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: No Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1200 per dose Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Wild Turkey Farm Owner: Wild Turkey Farm Standing at: Wild Turkey Farm Contact: Barbara Ellison Wilsonville, Oregon 97070 USA Phone: 650 303-6747 Email: barb@wildturkeyfarm.com Website: www.wildturkeyfarm.com

Photo: Barbara Ellison

Leapfrog WT is by LioCalyon (E) who has sired three approved sons, Lillix WT, Leapfrog WT (Oldenburg) and Peterbilt (BWP elite stallion). LioCalyon has also sired approved mares: Dragonfly WT was the best American Bred Mare for the AHHA in 2014 and Exclusive WT won the same award in 2015. LioCalyon (Liostro) produced 4 advanced level dressage horses and 17 offspring who jumped 1.40 m or higher.

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Goldliese LioCalyon has also produced top mares, Golden Shine Dragonfly WT (51 bonits) and Exclusive WT (52 bonits) both out of Nelke I (Coriander) were awarded the AHHA Best American bred mare for 2014 and 2015 respectively. Leapfrog’s mother line has been owned by Paul Schockemohle since the 70’s. His half brothers Sadesso (Sandro Boy) competed to 1.40m and Chaccland (Chacco Blue) competed to 1.60m. Also from his mother line come the 1.50m jumpers Lajo Secondo (Acobat I), Cha Cha Cha 7 (Chacco Blue) and Coupe du Rouet (Coup de Coeur). Leapfrog was shown successfully in the five year old Young Jumper classes with Mandy Porter in the irons. He will continue his show career in 2017 with Mandy, look for this fabulous young stallion as he moves up the ranks in the show jumping arena.

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Liostro (E)

Warmblood Stallions of North America


Photo: Mary Cornelius

Breeding Licenses: GOV AHHA RPSI Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: No Fees: Stud Fee: $1800 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Klaus Theatermann Owner: Wild Turkey Farm Standing at: Wild Turkey Farm Contact: Barbara Ellison Wilsonville, Oregon 97070 USA Phone: 650 303-6747 Email: barb@wildturkeyfarm.com Website: www.wildturkeyfarm.com

Photo: Mary Cornelius

This beautiful bay stallion, Limoncello II is an all around producer His sire Lorentin competed at the Grand Prix dressage with Wolfgang Schade and his mother line produced several Grand Prix jumping horses. In Germany Lorentin produced 17 horses that jumped at 1.40m level and higher and 17 advanced level dressage horses.

Limoncello II has already produced some international jumping horses: Vaira is a 1.50m jumper, Limouchello is a 1.50 jumping horse and Coco Colette is a 1.60m jumper. Limoncello II’s approved son Le Toquet comes from his first foal crop in 2005.

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His full brother, Limoncello I, produced in Germany 2 advanced level dressage horses. Half-brother to both Limoncello I and II is Lasino (by Landgraf ). Lasino has three offspring in the Olympics at Hong Kong: Le Beau was competing for Norway; Leconte for Australia and Germany has a reserve Lord Luis. Their half-sister Olivia II (by Lansing) produced the 1.50m Cordalis (by Corrado I); half-sister Ina II (Barnaul xx) produced the 1.50m jumper Nina 328 (by Contender). Limoncello II’s mare line produced from Grandmother Svettana the jumpers Zetta (by Caletto II), Bockman’s Looping (by Lasino) 1.50m Cora Quick (by Quidam’s Rubin), 1.60m Quitus (by Quinar), 1.50m Costa del Sol (by Cassini I). 1.50m CP Qualified by quite Capitol) is a CC14 Eventing horse and was qualified for the WEG games in Normandy, France in 2014.

WT Fendi 2013 Highest scoring AHHA foal Photo: Mary Cornelius

Limoncello II consistently produces premium youngsters – Fendi WT won the 2013 Riverson Memorial Award for the highest scoring foal in the AHHA and in 2015 Halston WT scored a 17 at the AHHA approvals and won the Riverson Memorial Award.

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Limoncello II

Holsteiner, 16.1hh, 2001, Born in Germany


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LioCalyon

Holsteiner, 16.3hh, 1992, Born in Germany

Breeding Licenses: RPSI GOV AHHA Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $2,000 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Hans-Joachim Gerken Owner: Barb Ellison Standing at: Wild Turkey Farm Contact: Barbara Ellison Wilsonville, Oregon 97070 USA Phone: 650-303-6747 Email: barb@wildturkeyfarm.com Website: wildturkeyfarm.com

LioCalyon – Performance – This son of Liostro is beautiful, athletic and well mannered. This athletic ability and big heart led him into the winner’s circle many times. LioCalyon retired in 2006 after a long and prolific career. He didn’t miss a show season in 10 years of competition. He campaigned successfully at the 1.50m level in California, Oregon and Canada with Mandy Porter. LioCalyon was awarded in 2010 the USEF South Pacific award for leading U.S. based sire of show jumpers.

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Zoellnernin II

LioCalyon has three approved sons: Lillix WT approved AHHA, Oldenburg GOV, and RPSI; Leapfrog WT approved Oldenburg GOV and Peterbilt approved BWP elite stallion. Peterbilt was also the 2010 PCHA Horse of the year. LioCayon has produced top mares – Dragonfly WT owned by Alexia Honneger was the top bred AHHA mare for 2014 and Exclusive WT scored 52 bonits at the 2015 AHHA inspections. His most known offspring is Dunstan Delphi out of the thoroughbred mare Flower Power xx, jumped at the 160m level with Katie McVean, placing 6th in the World Cup final at Leipzig in 2011 and jumping clear rounds at the 2010 WEG.

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LioCalyon comes from a strong performance stamm 741. This stamm is known for the top producer Cardento (by Capitol I). Cardento has proven himself a sire at the highest level winning a silver medal at the World and European Championships and the Olympics of Athens with Peter Eriksson.

WT Lillix approved AHHA Stallion & Oldenburg GOV Photo: Mary Cornelius

His sire Liostro (by Ladykiller xx) produced four advanced level dressage horses in Germany and 17 offspring who jumped 1.40m or higher. LioCalyon is available with frozen semen (quality is still excellent). He is 25 in 2017 and this stallion has done whatever has been asked of him, truly the flagship stallion of Wild Turkey Farm – he is going to enjoy a true retirement, fresh grass, lots of love for all that he has given to the farm. WT Leapfrog Oldenburg GOV approved stallion

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Ladykiller

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Breeding Licenses: Trak. Vb RPSI DSP ATA

Foaled in Denmark; approved for Studbook I of the Trakehner Verband, RPSI, ATA; owned by German/Canadian US citizen; competed by a Ukrainian; trained by a German, Marseille, with his French name is an International Ambassador with an historic Pedigree.

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: No Frozen: Yes

A large-­framed, impressive stallion, Marseille has conformation harmonious in profile and carriage, his enormous elasticity and correct movement shows amplitude and balance. Marseille possesses a remarkable ground­covering walk and uphill canter.

Fees: Stud Fee: $1,500 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details. Breeder: Anders Dahl, Registration #: DNK333TR1003067 Owner: Northeast Trakehners, LLC Standing at: Landgestüt Zweibrücken Contact: Christina Potter Durham, New Hampshire 03824 USA Phone: 508-560-4134 Email: northeasttrakehners@gmail.com Website: netrakehners.com See listing on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com for stud fee details, more photos, and video.

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Prince Patmos

Mireille Mathieu

Dressage was laid in his cradle, Marseille’s jump convinces breeders through his phenomenal technique. The German Trakehner Breed Director: “Impressive harmonious, well­balanced, significant towards his total grading as a breeding stallion. His foals impress with their consistency in quality of type, expression, solid and stable backs, good large croups and long legs reflected in the consistent impressive quality shown in all gaits; upon presentation, the foals draw the viewers eyes on them.” His foals present with his sweet temperament; the majority have Premium designations and have been awarded Championships.

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Sire, Prince Patmos, was highest priced, Reserve Ch. in Neumünster 2008. Granddam was one of the last Donauwind daughters. His dam’s grandsire is EH Gribaldi, all-­time leader in Dressage Breeding, the “King of Trakehners,”the sire of Totilas, Marseille is contracted to Landgestüt Zweibrücken under the training of Dorothee Schneider (Olympic Dressage Silver). He achieved Ch Riding Horse at 3, at 4 honored with the highest score in Germany (2013) of any Trakehner Stallion, 30-­day tested with an 8.1, including a 9, 9.5, and two 10s. 2014 brought Regional Ch. Dressage A with an 8.2 out of 20 entries and a selection to the Ch. Riding Horse Finale of the Trakehner Bundesturnier, completing 3rd.

Giorno Rondini (Marseille/EH Cadeau)

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In 2015 Marseille completed the last 70-day test in history awarding him an 8.5 for his final jump and four 9s in the final score, eliciting pride for the young breeding stallion as he continues to be developed in an age-­appropriate manner. Marseille is quality, produces quality and pleases as a sport horse sire. He is available fresh for the EU and frozen for EU, USA/Canada, AUS, NZ.

Pamina 2015 Marseille/Goldschmidt/Matcho AA

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Marseille

Trakehner, 17.2hh, 2010, Born in Denmark


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Obourg

Belgian Warmblood, 16.2hh, 1998, Born in Belgium

Photo: Brant Gamma Photography

Breeding Licenses: BWP Nominations: Elite Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,800 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Van Dijek Hengstenhouderij Owner: Flintwoode Farms, LLC Standing at: Hyperion Stud, LLC Contact: Vicky Castegren Barboursville, Virginia 22923 USA Phone: 434-973-7700 Email: hyperionstudllc@gmail.com Website: www.hyperionstud.com

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Obourg descends from one of the best French dam lines to date. As a young horse, Obourg was considered one of the BEST jumpers of the Belgian Young Horse circuit. After his importation to the United States, he continued a very successful career at the Grand Prix level with Olympian Lisa Jaquin. Together they would earn top placings in the Grand Prix divisions throughout N. America.

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Jusquiame de Champenotte

Obourg’s sire, Richebourg, is highly ranked in the Belgian index of show jumping sires, and is considered one of the best stallions of his time. Richebourg is half brother to Olympic Quintus who finished 10th in the 2008 Olympic Games. As a 4 & 5 year old, Richebourg was crowned the Belgian Champion, and went on to be crowned the 6 & 7 year old Champion in France. At 8, Richebourg was crowned the Belgian Champion with rider Jean-Claude Van Geenberghe, and at 9 “Horse of the Year.” Richebourg is an astounding example of his superb pedigree and passes along his greatest assets to his son Obourg.

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Richebourg’s Dam, Opaline des Pains, is one of the best breeding mares in history, who produced seven Olympic Champions! They include Jus de Pomme, Shogun, Quintus and Tresor d’Opaline. On the Dam side we find the famous stallion Oberon Du Moulin, who had career winnings of over $180,000 and was a finalist at the Fontainebleau 4,5 & 6 year old Championships. He placed in more than 20 National and International Grand Prix classes before he was retired to stud in 1996. Obourg is a superb sport horse and a fantastic progenitor. His offspring are hugely successful on the International sport scene. His daughter Espyrante, ridden by Aiken Sato and now ridden successfully by Daniel Deusser, was winner of the Horseware GP at WEF in 2013 and continues their success all over the world. Another daughter, Hertogin Odeveld, was overall champion of the 3 to 6y old mares at the National BWP mare show in Belgium. In November of 2016 Obourg daughter, Happiness Van T Paradijs (Obourg X Quick Lauro Z), won the 1,50m Speed and 1,55 Competitions at the Stuttgart German Masters CSI5*.

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Bayard D’elle

Warmblood Stallions of North America

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Breeding Licenses: VhW CWHBA CSHA ARS AHS Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $2,000 CAN ($1600 US current exchange rate) Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details. Breeder: Heinrich Gelze Owner: Equitop Farm and Juniper Farm Standing at: Equitop Farm Contact: Gerrit and Ute Brinkmann New Norway, Alberta T0B3L0 Canada Phone: 780-855-2477 Email: brinkmann@equitopfarm.com Website: www.equitopfarm.com

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Quidam Blue is a licensed and approved Hanoverian stallion.

Quidam Blue, owned in a partnership of Equitop Farm and Juniper Farm, competed with Canadian Olympian and silver medalist Jill Henselwood up to the highest level (1.60m). Quidam Blue’s pedigree is filled with famous French, Holsteiner and Westphalian jumping bloodlines, including the names Quidam de Revel, Landgraf I, Come On, Cantus, Pilot and Weinberg. His grandsire Quidam de Revel and his maternal grandsire Come On were both successful international show jumpers.

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Capri

Quidam Blue started his show career in 2010 winning the Five-Year-Old Western Canadian Young Horse Championship. The following years he collected many ribbons at shows like the Spruce Meadows Summer Series under his amateur rider Beke Brinkmann, and played his way into the 1.30m. Moving up to the 1.50m level with his rider Jill Henselwood the highlights in his first years were a third place finish as part of the Canadian Team at the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup in Bratislava, a second place at the Wild Card SmartPak Grand Prix, Saugerties and a win in the SynOil Energy Services CSI** Cup at the Royal West in Calgary. Quidam Blue’s first offspring are entering the show ring proving athletic capability with kind and willing temperaments. They are very well behaved and a joy to have in the stable, just like their sire Quidam Blue!

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Quidam Blue

Hanoverian, 16.2hh, 2005, Born in Germany


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Royal Tourmalet SPF Hanoverian, 2011, 16.3 hh, Born in USA

Photo: © www.jemgray.com

Breeding Licenses: ISR/Old. NA AWS Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: No Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,100 LFG Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Gina Leslie, Sandpiper Farm, LLC Owner: Joanna Gray-Randle Standing at: Liberty Farm, VA, USA Contact: Joanna Gray-Randle Phone: 805-479-3398 Email: jemgray@optimum.net Website: www.royaltourmaletspf.com

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Lifetime Approved - ISR/Oldenburg NA Lifetime Approved - AWS

2016 - 5 Years Old GAIG/USDF Grand Champion Stallion Breeders Championship Series - East Coast Final at Dressage at Devon

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2015 - 4 Years Old Adira Winner of the Dressage at Devon Dr. Robert Miller Memorial Perpetual Trophy Dressage at Devon - Born in the USA Champion Stallion NEDA Fall Festival - Born in America Champion Stallion USEF Zone Champion - Materiale USEF Zone Champion - Training Level Dressage USEF National Reserve Grand Champion - Training Level Dressage USEF Zone Reserve Champion - DSHB Mature Horse NEDA Champion - Materiale, 4/5 YO Stallions/Geldings CDA Champion - Training Level - Open ENYDCTA Champion - Training Level - Open LIDCTA Champion - Training Level - Open LIDCTA Champion - Materiale - Open DSHB Scores to 80.7% Materiale Scores to 82.1% Training Level Scores to 80.7% Earned Qualifying Scores to the USEF Young Horse Dressage Championships 2014 - 3 Years Old USEF National Grand Champion - Materiale USEF National Reserve Grand Champion - DSHB USEF Zone Champion - Materiale USEF Zone Champion - DSHB NEDA Champion - DSHB NEDA Reserve Champion - 3 Year Old Prospects Dressage at Devon - Born in the USA Champion, 3 Year Old Colts/Geldings Materiale Multiple Time Winner of the AHS Top Placing Award Multiple Time Winner of the Born in America High Score Award Reserve Grand Champion - Lexington Spring Dressage Breed Show 2011 - Top Foal at his inspection

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Breeding Licenses: Westf. VhW ISR/Old. NA GOV AHS ARS Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1800 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Franz-Josef Wieghaus-Vorwerk Owner: Dawn Bernardo Standing at: Hilltop Farm, Inc. Contact: Natalie DiBerardinis 1089 Nesbitt Road Colora, Maryland 21917 USA Phone: 410-658-9898 Email: breeding@hilltopfarminc.com Website: www.hilltopfarminc.com

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At his 70-Day Stallion Test, Rubinero finished 2nd in the dressage phase with a score of 140+ points, and finished in 3rd place overall. His character and rideability were highlights, earning him perfect 10s. Rubinero qualified for the Bundeschampionat, was Reserve Champion at Rastede, and quickly moved up to the Advanced levels. Imported to the US in 2013, Rubinero continued his winning ways with his amateur owner, earning scores as high as 72.5% at Intermediaire I. He was the USDF Region 3 Champion at Intermediaire and Reserve Champion at Prix St. Georges.

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His sire, Rubinstein, has over 90 approved sons, more than 170 States Premium daughters, and his offspring have won over 2.5 Million Euro in competition. Rubinero’s dam, Faola, passed her Mare Performance Test with an overall score of 8.36, receiving a 9.0 for her willingness to perform, her canter, rideability, free jumping technique and a 10.0 for free jumping ability. Her sire, Ex Libris, sired both jumpers and dressage horses. From Rubinero’s foal crops in Germany we saw many Premium Foals, one licensed stallion, States Premium Mares, and numerous successful performance horses. From young horse classes through the FEI levels, Rubinero offspring show their trainability and talent. These qualities, combined with the jumping ability from his dam, also translates well to the hunter ring. Rubinero offers much for sport horse breeders to appreciate.

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Rakete (by Rubinero) Photo: Vicki Gowland

Regent Diamond (Rubinero-Diamond Hit) Photo: Kathy Coulson

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Rubinero

Oldenburg, 1999, 16.2½ hh, Born in Germany


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Salito

Hanoverian, 16.2hh, 2001, Born in Germany

Photo: Glen Burgess

Breeding Licenses: AHS Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: No Frozen: Yes

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Salido is by the Hanoverian stallion Stakkato (by Spartan). Stakkato produced 68 approved sons in Germany. Stakkato competed at 1.60 with Eva Bitter and has produced several 1.60 jumping horses, like Ukato with Willem Greve, Hunter’s Scendix with Eric Lamaze, Spartacus TN with Henk van de Pol and Filou de Muze with Philippe Le Jeune.

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Fees: Stud Fee: $1,200/dose Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Salido’s dam is by Calido I.

Breeder: Josef Grae Owner: Rebecca Cyphers Standing at: Wild Turkey Farm Contact: Barbara Ellison Wilsonville, Oregon 97070 USA Phone: 650-303-6747 Email: barb@wildturkeyfarm.com Website: www.wildturkeyfarm.com

Until 2008, this magnificent son of Stakkato stood at the Landgestüt State Stud in Celle, Germany. Salito is the only son of Stakkato standing at stud in North America. Salito was approved in 2004. At Salito’s performance test at Adelheidsdorf in 2004 he was awarded first place in the jumping category out of 42 stallions in his year. Points given were 8 for character, 8 for willingness, 8 for conformation, 7 and 7.67 for rideability, 6 for trot, 7 and 6 for canter, 6 for walk, 9.17 for free jumping, 9.33 for jumping manner, 9 for jumping technique and 9 for cross country. Salito was the 2006 Hannoverian Jumping Champion in Dobrock and continued to impress with admirable results in both the 2006 and 2007 Bundeschampionat. This Hannoverian Jumping Champion of 2006 and winner of countless show jumping competitions in Germany stood at the Landgestut State Stud in Celle. Salito competed to 1.45m with Kevin Martsch. German breeders were impressed by his offspring as winners of free jumping championships and mare performance tests. So far his youngsters display his kind disposition and incredibly balanced movement.

His great grand dam Wilma (by Moltke I) produced the 1.45m horse Carlsberg (by Capitol( ridden by Dirk Baudach. From this dam line the following international jumping horses were produced: Athena (by Ahorn Z) 1.45m with Tom Camerlynck; Escape (by Chin Chin) 1.55m with Perry Geryl: Udam (by Guidam) 1.60m with Jill Blunt; and Greece (by Carolus II) 1.40m with Rafael Amaral Rodrigues.

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Salito at 2015 Oldenburg Inspection.

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Spartan

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Photo: Shannon Brinkman

Photo: Shannon Brinkman

Breeding Licenses: Trak. Vb ISR/Old. NA ATA AHS

Lifetime breeding license with the ATA with scores of 8s and 9s out of 10, AHS, HGV, and the ISR/Oldenburg NA. Scores with Hanoverian society are thought to be the highest ever given to a Thoroughbred Stallion in decades or longer.

Semen Options: Live Cover: Yes Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes

Charismatic, intelligent, kind with an amazing work ethic. This stallion is focused and professional about his competitions or breeding. He knows the difference. He is a delight to work around.

Fees: Stud Fee: $1500 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Sea Lion competed successfully in twenty-one international eventing competitions, including fifteen at the 3* level, and competed at the Rolex 4* event. Sea Lion was USEA Regional Advanced Champion and USEF/ PHR National Advanced Champion. In 2014 Sea Lion retired sound from eventing to begin his breeding career - while continuing to demonstrate his versatility competing in jumpers and hunters BAREFOOT! For a full list of accomplishments, see his profile on www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com

Breeder: Roger Tofolon Owner: Pam Fisher Standing at: Ruffian Stables/Cottonwood Ranch Contact: Pam Fisher Los Alamos, California 93440 USA Phone: 970-379-6676 Email: pam@ruffianstables.com Website: www.ruffianstables.com

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Sea Lion’s crowning attribute is his temperament. Sea Lion’s foals: Seacret Agent won his qualifying class for the 2015 National FEH-2.

2016 filly ConspiraSea Theory. Photo: Pam Fisher

Ariel won her FEH-1 class with a score of 86, qualifying for the Nationals. All Sea Lion’s foals are showing independence, athleticism, boldness and ease of learning new things Sea Lion frozen sperm is now also available at the German State stud in Celle, and in Australia through International Horse Breeders Pty Ltd

Sea Lioness, 2016 filly. Photo: ©Coty

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Sea Lion

Thoroughbred, 16.1hh, 1998, Born in USA


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Shine (Alesi)

Rhinelander, 16.1hh, 1993, Born in Germany

Photo: Shawn McMillen

Breeding Licenses: RPSI ISR/Old. NA GOV Nominations: Texas Hunter Breeding Super Series Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,800 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: Barbara Luener Owner: Olde Oaks Farm, Inc. Standing at: Olde Oaks Farm, Inc. Contact: Victoria Hunton Thompsons, Texas 77481 USA Phone: 713-806-7108 Email: vicki@oldeoaksfarm.com Website: www.oldeoaksfarm.com See listing on WarmbloodStallionsNA.com for stud fee details, more photos, and video.

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Shine is the ultimate combination of temperament, conformation, ability and beauty. He has had, and is still having, a long and sucAkzent II cessful career. He was imported in 2000 from Germany where he competed in dressage. Upon entering the U.S. he was introduced to the Hunter ring where he excelled. He won many national, regional and state championships in the Green Hunters and then moved St.Pr.St. on to the Amateur Owner Hunters where Larissa he continued his winning ways. After being purchased in 2006 by Olde Oaks Farm, he stepped down to the Adult Amateur Hunters with owner Victoria Hunton, where they were a pair to be reckoned with. In 2007 and 2009 they were Reserve Champion in the Texas H/J Assoc. and in 2009 Reserve Champion in Zone 7 as well.

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In 2010 he has been doing Hunter Derbies exclusively with trainer Liza Richardson of Hunter’s Run Farms. To date, he has won the Estes Park Hunter Derby, was 6th in the Texas Shoot Out USHJA Hunter Derby and 5th in the Texas Sporthorse Cup USHJA Hunter Derby. He has been successful without jumping a single high option in the USHJA Derbies. As a team we decided that after being in the Adult Amateurs at 3’ for 4 years he deserved not to have to do any high options. He has nothing left to prove! At the age of 17 he is still 100% sound of mind and body. Gemstone, owned by Bellamarie Bregar

In 2011 he won both the Estes Park Hunter Derbies and placed 6th in the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show National Hunter Classic, 2nd in the National Hunter Classic at GSWEC Winter Series, 10th in the USHJA Hunter Derby at the Texas Shoot Out, 12th in the National Hunter Classic at Texas Sporthorse Cup, 7th in the USHJA Hunter Derby at Fleur de Lis Farm

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On his 20th Birthday, at the Pin Oak Charity Horse Show, he took his last lap around the ring and was retired sound. He passes along his spectacular brain and temperament, as well as his head and neck. Many of his offspring have been started by amateurs. His offspring continue to win in the Hunter Breeding arena and the show ring!

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Let it Shine, 2011 mare Photo: Victoria Hunton


Stellar TVR

Sport Pony/Haflinger, 14.3hh, 2008, Born in Austria

Breeding Licenses: WE RPSI AWS AHR Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,000 LFG, incl. 1st collect. Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details. Breeder: Erick Scheiber Owner: Mary Procopio/New Horizons Haflinger Sporthorses Standing at: Spectrum Horse Service Contact: Mary Procopio Bath, Michigan 48808 USA Phone: 517-410-8000 Email:

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This stunning young stallion made history in 2013, impressing everyone as the first Haflinger to ever attend the North American Performance Stallion Testing with an outstanding score of 7.98, receiving interiors scores from 8.0-10, and 8s from Training Director for rideability, canter, free jumping, stadium jumping, & cross country jumping. 100% Premium foals with RPSI (four of five receiving Gold Premium and one Silver Premium at 7.8), two Site Champion foals and a Mare Book I mare, all out of his first few foal crops!

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Stellar attended his first dressage show in June 2016 at the USDF Dressage at Waterloo show in Michigan competing in the open division. He received a score of 73% for first place at Training Level Test 2 with 7.5 for gaits, 7.5 for impulsion, and several 8s, an 8.5 and a 9 in the breakdown scores, and received a 67+% on his Training Level Test 3, just missing qualifying for regionals by 1%.

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Stellar’s pedigree is full of Gold-rated horses, Elite bloodlines, and multiple European & World Champions! His sire is one of top stallions in Austria, keuring champion, has several licensed sons, & sired 2010 Junior Reserve World Champion. His dam’s dam inspected Gold w/9 on movement. Grandsire’s dam is one of strongest mare lines in the breed. Foals out of Warmblood/GRP mares eligible for COP through RPSI. In 2012 Stellar became the first & only Haflinger stallion in N.A. inspected/approved for breeding by Weser-Ems, receiving 8s on correctness of gaits and type; & RPSI (both Stud Book 1).

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Photo: Mary Procopio

In 2011 Stellar was the highest-scoring stallion on AHR N.A. inspection tour, and was the USDF DSHB National Champion, with the highest median scores in open & IBC classes out of all Haflingers in the U.S. Stellar has exceptional temperament, amazing character; pure, rhythmic gaits, balanced conformation, & fantastic trainability & rideability and is currently in full-time dressage training. His foals display his powerful movement, excellent conformation with outstanding hindquarters, beautiful heads & wonderful temperament, and are winning top honors at RPSI inspections and USDF DSHB shows, with a Stellar yearling filly winning USDF DSHB All-Breeds Award National Champion Haflinger in 2015, and an RPSI Gold Premium foal winning inspection champion over nine Warmblood and sport pony foals!

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ES Toronto

Hanoverian, 16.3hh, 2000, Born in Netherlands

Photo: Jos Mottershead

Breeding Licenses: RPSI KWPN GOV AHS Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Fees: Stud Fee: $1,500 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

Breeder: F.J. Morssink, Hegelsom Owner: Sheila Armstrong, Jos Mottershead, Kathy St.Martin Standing at: Avalon Equine Contact: Kathy St Martin Wynnewood, Oklahoma 73098 USA Phone: 720-272-5998 Email: kathy@equine-reproduction.com Website: www.avalon-equine.com

Photo: Celle

Toronto, an Elite Stallion with the Hanoverian Verband, is a Dutch stallion acquired by the Celle State Stud to further the jumping talent of the breeding program. His performance test single score in jumping was 9.3. This powerful bay stallion descends from the jumping horse producer “Now or Never M,” who is stationed in Holland. Toronto’s grandsire is the prepotent Voltaire, a consistent sire of international jumpers with temperaments of gold. The damline is also very interesting Toronto’s damsire is Belisar by Saros xx, who is a full brother to Swazi xx, the sire of the Trakehner stallion Consul.

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The Now or Never M nick with Beilsar/Saros xx daughters has proven to be an undeniably successful cross producing the approved stallions Valentino, Winston Uccello, Alchimist and Vallado, in addition to Toronto. Toronto gained the following scores at his performance test; character 8, temperament 8, willingness to perform 8, conformation 8, trot 6.33, canter 8 walk 7.67, natural jumping ability 9, free jumping 8,83, jumping manner 9, jumping technique 8.67, cross country 10. He won the jumping phase of the test which could be expected because of his outstanding pedigree. Among his offspring produced to date, he has one licensed son, 5 state premium mares, 15 auction horses.

Toronto (Toronto x Rainbow Flower)

Photo: Courtesy Virginia Fout

Hengstleistungsprüfung ​(Stallion Performance Test) 2003 Adelheidsdorf Overall score: 123.68 / 4th of 39 Dressage score: 103.05 - 15th of 39 Jumping score: 135.60 - 1st of 39 Breeding Value Scores: Dressage (111) Jumping (142) Riding type (79) Conformation (98) Dressage (94) Jumping (122)

3* Mare owned by Ellie Macphail

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Photo: Joy Carr

Breed Approval(s): JC, AHA, AWS, AQHA

Wapuzzan a beautiful true black with a snowcap blanket is LP/LP Homozygous for color. 5 panel N/N He stands 15.3 and will always add height to his foals.

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes

We are breeding sport horses, performance horses, and all-around horses. Wapuzzan is sound, with correct conformation, a quiet disposition, is a quick learner, and athletic. He passes these traits on to his foals.

Fees: Stud Fee: $700 Additional Fees May Apply (booking, collection, shipping if charged separately) See online listing for details.

His get are proving themselves in the hunter/ jumper, eventing and dressage fields. Wapentake is a champion in combined trials as well as 3'3" Jumpers with Team CEO Eventing in Kentucky. Wapz Fooled Again carries 5 points in Horse-In-Hand Geldings, 2.5 points HIH Yearlings, 1 point in Yearling Loungeline to date.

Breeder: Sunset Ranch Appaloosas, Joy and Kevin Carr Owner: Joy & Kevin Carr Standing at: Abraham Equine Clinic Contact: Joy Carr Platteville, Wisconsin 53818 USA Phone: cell: (608) 732-6855, (608) 348-6855 Email:

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“Wapz Razzmataz” just one of Wapuzzans many beautiful offspring. Photo: Joy Carr

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Wapz Fooled Again: Wapuzzan x TB mare Just Cool

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Wapuzzan

Appaloosa, 2002, 15.3, Born in USA


Color Guard (Eclipsed by Color) All The Best

By Just The Best out of Inetta (keur) (Beachboy)

The best Dutch blood produces the best American Hunter Breeding Licenses:

Dutch Warmblood 5/7/2005 16.1 hh Breeder: Tish Quirk USA

ISR/Old. NA

Activated for: KWPN/NA KWPN

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: No Breeding Fee: $1750

Owner: Tish Quirk Standing At: Tish Quirk in Rancho Santa Fe Contact: Tish Quirk

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Carlsbad, California 92009 USA For additional fees (booking, 760-207-4887 HorsesTish@aol.com collection, shipping, etc): www.TishQuirk.horse please see online listing

For complete description, full pedigree, and more photos, visit www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com/stallion-listing.php?stallion_id=611

Color Guard (Eclipsed by Color) Burberry

By Bodyguard out of Conda (Chamberlain)

German Riding Pony stallion producing exceptional foals Approved:

German Riding Pony/ Weser-Ems 2006 14 hh Breeder: Highlife Farm

WE RPSI ISR/Old. NA

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: No Frozen: Yes Breeding Fee: $300/dose

Owner: Heather Luing MD Standing At: Whispered Wish Weser-Ems Contact: Heather Luing

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Citra, Florida 32113 USA For additional fees (booking, 352-339-3064 hluing@ufl.edu collection, shipping, etc): www.germanridingpony.com please see online listing www.facebook.com/HighlifesBurberry

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owned by WisconsinKid, LLC and shown by Megan. US National Champion at Open First Level Freestyle - 73.722%, US Dressage Nationals - Placed 8th at Open Training Level 71.47%, USDF Region 2 Reserve Champion at Open Training Level - 75.8%, USDF Region 2 Reserve Champion at Open First Level Freestyle 73.967%, USDF All Breeds Champion at Open Training Level - 73.900%, USDF All Breeds Champion at Open First Level 72.419%

HANCOCK is by Imperio out of St.Pr.u.Pr.St. mare Herzlicht II (by Elite stallion Münchhausen). This 2009 black Trakehner stallion won the 70-day Stallion Testing in Marbach, Germany, and is approved for breeding by the Trakehner, Hanoverian, Oldenburg, Westfalen, Rhineland and Polish breed associations. He was awarded Premium Stallion status at the Trakehner licensing in Neumünster 2011. His pedigree combines the blood of the Bundeschampion and dressage Grand Prix champion Imperio with the Reserve World Champion Münchhausen. Hancock’s dam was the champion of the 2003 central mare inspection in Rhineland passing with a superior mare performance test.

Owned by Megan McIsaac. For the 2014 competition season, they successfully competed their awesome I-1 freestyle and the Grand Prix!

Above, top: Dalwhinnie (by De Niro), approved stallion, ridden by Mattias Jansson. Marielle Andersson Gueye photo.

Below, bottom: Eveready (by Irco Mena), ridden by Barbara Crabo.

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2004 Solid Black 16.3h Hanoverian Stallion

Some highlights: 2009 North American 30-Day Stallion Test Champion 2009 70-Day Stallion Test, Reserve Champion 2009 USDF Materiale Reserve Champion Four- and Five-Year-Old Stallion 2009 Region 9 DSHB Champion Stallion 2008 Region 9 DSHB Reserve Champion Stallion

Eclipsed By Color (Color Guard) is a stunning 7-year-old stallion by Escudo I with amazing talent and superior jumping bloodlines. He is a talented young jumper who brings to you a terrific temperament, athleticism, versatility, scope, technique, rideability, intelligence, sensibility and a superior work ethic that is uncompromised.

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Sonntagskind has consistently produced outstanding foals with elegant, modern builds: long legs, beautiful heads and nice, clean throatlatches and movement suitable for the discerning dressage rider. Sonntagskind’s foals are already making their mark at inspections and breed shows.

Eclipsed By Color (Color Guard) was Overall Reserve Champion in his 2010 70-Day Stallion Test at Silver Creek Farm, Oklahoma, and Overall Jumping Champion, receiving the following scores:

Comments from breeders have been consistent: “Great movers, beautifully built with great temperaments! We are keeping this one for ourselves!” Sonntagkind’s 2010 foal crop was outstanding: many Premium Oldenburg and Gold Premium RPSI foals, including the highest-scoring pony colt in the country. We had great comments from the judges in all registries.

Dressage 105.09 Jumping 127.00 Overall 118.65

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He also received individual scores that included a10 for Character and many 9.5s and 9s from his judges and test riders, especially for Jumping. His test riders scored him with an overall 9.75 in his Jumping.

Mary Minch and shown by Megan. Shown third level and earned his Friesian Sport Predicate!

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Eclipsed By Color (Color Guard) passed the 2011 American Hanoverian Stallion Inspection at Hilltop Farm in Maryland, USA, receiving excellent scores from the judges including a Total Jumping Score of 8.5.

2011 stud fee: $900.00. Collection fee: $150.00.

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He will now be pursuing his show jumping career with Jill Hensenwood this winter in Thermal California in 2012 and then the 7/8 Year Old Young Jumper Development Series in Canada throughout the 2012 summer show season.

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Sonntagskind

Sonntagskind: Sandro Hit / Donnerhall / Rubinstein I

Licensed: HANOVERIAN, ISR/OLD, GOV, RPSI, KWPN (book1)

Sonntagskind was the only stallion approved for breeding with the American Hanoverian Society in 2009, and was tied for highest scoring stallion accepted into the ISR/Oldenburg N.A. breeding book with an incredible 229 points.

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Hancock imparts his charm, beauty, and quality to his foals. His 2014 offspring took several top honors including the winning foal of the Danish Trakehner Association’s Foal Championships in Broholm and the champion foal at the annual meeting of the Trakehner Breeders’ Fraternity (Britain).

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By the legendary sire Sandro Hit out of an Elite Donnerhall/ Rubinstein I mare, Sonntagskind’s bloodlines speak well of his heritage and combine three of the world’s most famous bloodlines in dressage breeding.

owned by Colleen Krantz, shown by Megan at the 2014 Canadian Arabian Nationals. 3rd place at First level with a 66.774% and 10th place at Train-

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Stud Fee: $800, Booking Fee: $200

place 5th at the USDF Region 2 Championships in Open 2nd level Freestyle, placed 11th at the USDF Region 2 Championships at 1st level Freestyle, USDF All Breeds Champion at 4 & 5 yr old Materiale, USDF All Breeds Reserve Champion at Open 1st Level Freestyle.

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Below: Heico, by Hancock x Gribaldi. Owned by Uniqhors Stable, Denmark.

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16.1 hh 2005 Hanoverian Stallion Approved AHS, CSHA, CWB, GOV, RPSI, SBS

“Grace Kelly HN,”

is owned by Michelle Moeller and shown by Megan. Dressage at Devon Champion at 4th-3 with a 69%, placed 6th in the USDF Region 2 Championships at Open 4th level, placed 7th in the USDF Region 2 Championships at the Open 4th level freestyle, placed 14th in the USDF Region 2 Championships at Open PSG.

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“Elbricht,”

owned by Sue & Rick Neipert and shown by Megan. Placed 7th at the US Dressage Nationals in Open 1st Freestyle, placed 11th at the US Dressage Nationals in Open 2nd level Freestyle,

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Stud fee: $1250 + $150 per collection + shipping

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2014 was a wonderful year for the show team and individual progress!

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Below: Elody, 2013 by Hancock x Kostolany. Owned by Antoinette Funck, Germany.

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Warmblood Stallions of North America

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Color Guard (Eclipsed by Color) Dicontendro

By Diarado out of Trezeguet (Contendro I)

Holsteiner jumper stallion with exceptional pedigree, talent and temperament Holsteiner 2011 16.3 hh Breeder: Frank Neumann Germany

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Breeding Fee: $1250

Approved: CWHBA AHHA

Owner: Ingrid and Gerhard Martin Standing At: Mesa Farm Contact: Mark Martin

photo: Pics of You

Mono, Ontario Canada For additional fees (booking, 519-216-9974 markmartin484@gmail.com collection, shipping, etc): www.mesafarm.ca please see online listing

For complete description, full pedigree, more photos, plus video, visit www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com/stallion-listing.php?stallion_id=613

Color (Eclipsed by Color) 3 forGuard Gauguin Georgia du Cheval Langsam

By Gauguin de Lully out of Poppy (Chrysos)

Last breeding son of Olympic, European and World Champion Gauguin de Lully! Swedish Warmblood 1998 16.1hh Born in USA

Breeding Licenses:

Georgia Ann Langsam

Owner: Georgia Ann Langsam Standing At: Team Gauguin Contact: Georgia Ann Langsam

photo: G. Langsam

Breeder:

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Breeding Fee: $1,250

SWANA RPSI/PRPS ISR/Old. N.A.

Alamo, California USA 925 831-9358 For additional fees (booking, georgialangsam@sbcglobal.net www.teamgauguin.com collection, shipping, etc): please see online listing

For complete description, full pedigree, more photos, plus video, visit www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com/stallion-listing.php?stallion_id=618

Color Guard (Eclipsed by Color) Hertog Jan v.d. Paddensteeg

By Brandus 345 out of Nastaja E. (Tsjeard 331)

Stunning Dutch Imported Friesian Stallion Friesian 2002 16.2hh

Breeder: J. Assink

photo: Jos Mottershead

Born in Netherlands

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Breeding Fee: $750

Breeding Licenses: FHS FHANA

Owner: Courtney Milledge Standing At: The Benestar Ranch Contact: Courtney Milledge

Lindsay, Oklahoma USA For additional fees (booking, 806-673-1208 milledgecourtney@gmail.com collection, shipping, etc): www.thebenestarranch.com please see online listing

For complete description, full pedigree, more photos, plus video, visit www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com/stallion-listing.php?stallion_id=609

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Color Guard (Eclipsed by Color) Maximus

By Mynos out of Corallie (Cor de la Bryère)

Conformation Hunter Stallion American Warmblood 2/18/2007 16.2 hh Breeder: Emil Spadone USA

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Breeding Fee: $1500

Owner: Reflections Farm Standing At: Tish Quirk in Rancho Santa Fe Contact: Tish Quirk

photo: The Book, LLC

Carlsbad, California 92009 USA For additional fees (booking, 760-207-4887 HorsesTish@aol.com collection, shipping, etc): www.TishQuirk.horse please see online listing

For complete description, full pedigree, more photos, plus video, visit www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com/stallion-listing.php?stallion_id=397

Color Guard by Color) More Like(Eclipsed It

By More Than Luck out of Felicita (Fabriano)

Exceptional bloodlines create a spectacular athlete and consistent winner

photo: Maria Morgan/Captured Moment Photography

Dutch Warmblood 2006 16.3 hh Breeder: Tish Quirk USA

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: No Breeding Fee: $1,750

Breeding Licenses: ISR/Old NA RPSI

Owner: Tish Quirk Standing At: Tish Quirk in Rancho Santa Fe Contact: Tish Quirk

Carlsbad, California USA For additional fees (booking, 760-207-4887 HorsesTish@aol.com collection, shipping, etc): www.TishQuirk.horse please see online listing

For complete description, full pedigree, more photos, plus video, visit www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com/stallion-listing.php?stallion_id=612

Color Guard (Eclipsed by Color) Pik Ravenclaw

By Rmani out of Pikantje (Pik Koenig)

Best brain in the business Holsteiner Hanoverian 3/15/2004 16.2 hh Breeder: Klaus Biesenthal USA

Semen Options: Live Cover: Yes Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: No Breeding Fee: $ 850

Breeding Licenses: PHR AWS

Owner: Nancy Roth Standing At: Cedar Lane Farm Contact: Nancy Roth

photo: CJM photo

PO Box 108 3134 Hwy E New Haven, Missouri 63068 USA For additional fees (booking, Phone: 573-237-6111 crowflys@fidnet.com collection, shipping, etc): www.cedarlaneequine.com please see online listing For complete description, full pedigree, more photos, plus video, visit www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com/stallion-listing.php?stallion_id=544

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Color GuardII(Eclipsed by Color) Prestige TG

By Prestige VDL out of Orinda (Wanroij)

Only stallion in North America by Prestige VDL Swedish Warmblood 2008 16.3 hh Born in USA

Breeding Licenses:

Georgia Ann Langsam

Owner: Georgia Ann Langsam Standing At: Team Gauguin Contact: Georgia Ann Langsam

sBs RPSI ISR/Old. NA

Breeder:

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: No Breeding Fee: $1,250

photo: Georgia Langsam

Alamo, California USA 925 831-9358 For additional fees (booking, georgialangsam@sbcglobal.net www.teamgauguin.com collection, shipping, etc): please see online listing

For complete description, full pedigree, more photos, plus video, visit www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com/stallion-listing.php?stallion_id=622

Color Guard (Eclipsed by Color) Silver Twist

By Abdullah *Pg*E* out of Star News xx (Good Twist xx)

Rare Bonne Nuit bloodlines, dynasty of great American jumpers Trakehner/Thoroughbred 1999 16.2hh Breeder: Robert Vitale USA

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: Yes Breeding Fee: $1000

Breeding Licenses: AWR Premium

Owner: Susan E. Church Standing At: Fox Run Farm, Chagrin Falls, Ohio Contact: Susan Elizabeth Church

photo: S. Church

Burton, Ohio 44021 USA For additional fees (booking, 740-501-2133 schurch12207@yahoo.com collection, shipping, etc): https://sites.google.com/site/silvertwiststallion/ please see online listing For complete description, full pedigree, more photos, plus video, visit www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com/stallion-listing.php?stallion_id=576

Color Guard (Eclipsed Weltfrieden TG by Color)

By Weltmeyer out of Orinda (Wanroij)

Amateur friendly son of top dressage producer Weltmeyer Swedish Warmblood 2007 16.2 hh

Breeder:

Georgia Ann Langsam

photo: Tamara

Semen Options: Live Cover: No Fresh Cooled: Yes Frozen: No Breeding Fee: $1,250

Breeding Licenses: RPSI ISR/Old. NA

Owner: Georgia Ann Langsam Standing At: Team Gauguin Contact: Georgia Ann Langsam

Alamo, California USA For additional fees (booking, 925 831-9358 georgialangsam@sbcglobal.net collection, shipping, etc): www.teamgauguin.com please see online listing

For complete description, full pedigree, more photos, plus video, visit www.WarmbloodStallionsNA.com/stallion-listing.php?stallion_id=623

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Index Horse and Pony Stallions Ace………………………… 1, 43

Figaro R 1085……………

Allerbester…………………… 15

Finery…………………………

All The Best………………

25, 76

First Dance………………… 3, 56

Pik Ravenclaw………………… 78

Arnaby Marador……………… 41

Florianus II…………………… 13

Popeye………………………… 41

Belafonte d’Avalon………

Gauguin du Cheval…………… 77

Prestige II TG………………… 79

Blue Dreamin Catadude……… 41

GK Calucci……………………

9

Quidam Blue………………… 67

Burberry……………………… 76

Glamourdale…………………

9

R Blue Moon………………… 40

Cabardino……………………

7

Goldmaker…………………… 15

Rio Grande……………………

Calito………………………… 44

Halimey Go *Ps*……………… 11

Royal Tourmalet SPF………… 68

Castellan……………………… 21

Hampton…………………… 2, 57

Rubinero……………………… 69

Centre Pointe………………… 18

Harbour Side………………… 18

Rusticus……………………… 11

Chicardo……………………… 45

Hertog Jan v.d. Paddensteeg…

77

Salito………………………… 70

Chin Quidam…………………

6

E.H. Herzensdieb………… 2, 58

Schwarzenegger……………… 12

Cicera’s Icewater……………… 46

Imothep…………………… 6, 59

Sea Lion…………………

Colorado Skrødstrup………… 15

Inamorato……………………

4

Shine, aka Alesi……………… 72

Contango…………………… 13

Inamorato *Pb*……………… 60

Silver Twist…………………… 79

Contiano BF………………… 47

Just The Best………………… 25

Smoketree Snapdragon……… 41

Coronet d’Honneur………… 48

Kenley Trademark…………… 27

Stakkato Grande………………

Coruscant………………… 1, 49

LaMarque………………… 1, 61

Stellar TVR………………

Crown Affair……………… 1, 50

Leapfrog WT……………… 1, 62

Sternlicht………………………

Dacaprio…………………… 3, 51

Limoncello II……………… 1, 63

Tanzeln……………………… 20

Dakota VDL……………… 6, 52

Liocalyon…………………… 1, 64

E.S. Toronto……………

Dauphin……………………… 12

Mannhattan………………… 15

UB40………………………… 13

Daxibus Normandy…………… 53

Marseille…………………… 5, 65

Uno Don Diego……………… 13

Diamo Blue……………………

7

Maximus…………………

14, 78

Vallado aka Praise……………

9

Dicontendro………………… 77

More Like It……………

25, 78

Viva Voltaire…………………

7

Don Principe…………………

More Than Luck……………… 25

Wapuzzan…………………… 75

Dracula d’Avalon…………… 15

Obourg…………………

WarmbloodStallionsNA.com… 29

Fairbanks…………………… 3, 54

Olivi…………………………

82

15, 40

9

17, 55 9

10, 66 9

Orbetello……………………… 33

Westporte…………………… 18

Pikko del Cerro HU…………

Woodbury’s Harlequin……… 40

9

7

27, 71

7

40, 73 9

15, 74

Weltfrieden TG……………… 79

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4–5

Ridgefield Farm……………… 30 RPSI …………………………IBC Ruffian Stables……………… 27 Stepping Stone Farm………… 27 Studbook sBs………………… 34 The Horse of Course………… 42 Tish Quirk, LLC………

14, 25

Triple Crown Feed…………… 19 WarmbloodStallionsNA.com… 28 W Charlot Farm……………… Wild Turkey Farm………

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Qredit

2008 Oldenburg Stallion, 16.2 Hands Quaterback - Dream of Glory - Rubinstein I

Approved AHS, ISR/Oldenburg NA, GOV, RPSI, ARS Stud Fee: $2000 2-year cooled or frozen Pics of You

From in-hand as a yearling, to competing at the FEI levels, Qredit has been a consistent winner. He was Champion of his 70-Day Test, earning 10 scores of 9 or higher. He has been Grand Champion of Dressage at Devon, Res. Champion at the USEF National Young Horse Finals, and USDF Horse of the Year. At age 8, Qredit is winning at Intermediaire I with scores as high as 80.5% and earned multiple USDF & All-Breeds Year-End Awards.

Studio Equus

Qredit’s sire, Quaterback, was winner of the Bundeschampionat, his 30-Day Test, and is now competing at FEI. Qredit’s dam is by the Grand Prix stallion Dream of Glory, sire of 4 licensed sons, Bundeschampionat winners, and many Advanced dressage competitors.

The Qredit foals inherit their sire’s movement and expression. They have won at Dressage at Devon, USDF/GAIG Championships, and are winning undersaddle in the dressage and hunter arenas.

Susan J. Stickle

Hilltop Farm, Inc.

1089 Nesbitt Road, Colora, Maryland 21917 Ph: 410-658-9898 Email: breeding@hilltopfarminc.com

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