Fabianna, captures the eye with her presence and
charm. An elegant chestnut tobiano mare with clean, well defined
limbs, a long sloping shoulder enabling her to move freely
with good use of the front leg. She has a good length of body,
beautiful shape and length of neck. Her hind quaters are well
developed with a well angled hind leg allowing her to engage
and carry herself well. She moves with ease and suppleness,
light stepped with good balance and harmony. Her walk is active
with good length of stride, her trot is expressive and her
canter is powerful.
Fabianna's pedigree contains many great dressage and jumping
bloodlines and is a descendant from a strong proven competition
She was awarded a first premium at the Scottish Sport Horse
Mare Gradings aged three in 2013.
2014 saw the arrival of a beautiful bay tobiano filly "Jaffa
Caxe" by Amoureux which we have retained.
Solaris Buenno Regrettably Buenno was unable
to pursue a career under saddle due to an accident as a yearling.
His sons and daughters have excelled in the show ring winning
many Titles and Championships at County Level. His eldest
progeny are just starting under saddle.
Umenno Shown successfully inhand as a three
year old, winning many Championship titles the length and
breadth of the UK, including the Royal Highland Show, CHAPS
Scottish Youngstock Champion, Overall Inhand Champion, Supreme
Champion Reserve, CHAPS Open Non Native National Champion
2004 as a three year old. Winner of numerous ridden sport
horse classes, Burghley Young Event Horse Finalist, winner
of four five and six year old young horse classes in the UK
Wellington VDL The KWPN Keur son of Nimmerdor
was a successful show jumper but also well known as a producer
dressage horses. He has sired many ‘ster’ and
‘keur’ mares and many approved stallion sons including
Farrington, Glennridge and Emillion of World Cup success.
His offspring are of International show jumping standard include
Jerome, VDL Jupiter and What a Game but also sired the Grand
Prix dressage horses, Bollvorms, Ceylon and Luxaflex.
Samber achieved ZZ level in Show jumping
and Grand Prix level in dressage. Samber has also proven himself
a remarkable sire producing versatile offspring succeeding
in all Olympic disciplines and remains the only Approved coloured
stallion with the K.W.P.N. – at present.
Edwina Supreme Champion, Prize Winning 1st
Premium mare, scoring very high marks for movement at the
SSH Gradings including a 9 for walk and 8.5 for trot. Her
progeny have also one many Championships inhand
Ed King Hill Had a successful career showjumping
1.30m with Wout-Jan van der Schans in Holland and was competing
successfully in dressage with Roel van Laar Swets at the same
time, thus gaining the sport predicate. He also gained Prestatie
status through his progeny and has left behind him two approved
sons Everest Hill (AES) and Parade D (Old) His bloodlines
also carry on through Everij A (Edking Hill x DE SAINT URUS
D'OLYMPE X ) a popular sire in Holland and is the dam sire
of the Approved NRPS stallion Haico. He has also produced
a number of Ster and Keur mares and successful competition
Abisag KWPN Ster
mare by San Remo from a proven performance damline. Jakira's
maternal Grand Dam Garcia (Aktueel x Makelaar) was awarded
Prestatie status having produced the successful dressage horses
competing at Z level and above in dressage, including the
International Dressage horses Sadrach (Stefano) by Gribaldi
who competes at Grand Prix and the Prix St Georges Dressage
gelding "Titus" by Welt Hit II ridden by Rhonda
Dretel in the USA. Sadrach's younger full brother Zabad is
currently competing at Z Level dressage. Others include the
Ster mare Marje by Havidoff and Obed full sister to Abisag's
San Remo was licensed in Verden, Germany,
in 2001 by the Hanoverian studbook and gained premium status.
He was approved by the KWPN in 2002. In 2003 he finished in
fifth place at the PVAP Cup with Edward Gal. San Remo was
much admired for the suppleness and harmony of his paces and
his expressive presence in the arena which also earned him
his second place at the PAVO Cup Championships in 2004.
Jacardo was placed in the top ten of the
PAVO Cup (Netherlands' prestigious Dutch Young Horse Championships)
as a four and five year old out of 350 horses in the division.
He went on to win the Stallion Competition Class M two years
in a row in 1996 and 1997 and competed successfully at Grand
Prix in 2004 consistently scoring 8's on his piaffe, passage
and tempi changes.
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