Horses for Sale
quality performance horses with top-class training
2001 Dutch Warmblood Gelding
Sold! Congratulations to Leslie Starliper of Pennsylvania.
“Ian” was trained by his amateur owner/breeder, and has spent the last year in dressage training with USDF Gold Medalist Lauren Sprieser. He has shown First Level with scores to 70%, is ready to show Second Level, and placed second in his first combined test at Beginner Novice. He has three good paces and an excellent jump, and is scopey enough for the big fences. Ian is extremely reliable away from home, hacks quietly alone or in company, loves to swim, and is easy to live with.
Ian’s incredibly good-natured temperament makes him an ideal fit for an amateur or Jr/YR who wants to do a bit of everything - dressage, jumpers, eventing, group trail rides - and still be successful in competition. An absolute pleasure!
Foals out of Grand Prix mare Clairvoya
2010 KWPN-NA UB40-EM Clairvoya Filly via Embryo Transfer
“Fairvoya S ,” gray
UB40 has proven his quality with consistent performance success up to Prix St. Georges. Winner of the 2006 DG Bar Cup shortly after his import from Holland, UB40 also won the 2007 KWPN-NA Award at the FEI Six-Year-Old level, and has scored well above 70% in competition at Third, Fourth and PSG levels. His approved son Apache has continued his father’s competition success in the Netherlands, and UB has many Star, Keur and Elite daughters as well.
Clairvoya’s competition record is equally noteworthy: scores to 80% at the lower levels, above 70% at the Small Tour, and with national placings at Grand Prix before her 2009 career-ending injury. An Elite Mare with the American Hanoverian Society, she has outproduced herself in all of her offspring.
In full foal training with Jennifer Coyle Johnson, “Farrah” has proven herself clever, tractable and a keen student. She will certainly be the future of sport, whether as breeding stock or performance horses.
Smooth Rider, “Odin”
2001 Warmblood Gelding
Bay, 16.1 h
SOLD! Congrats to Jackie Stromquist!
Odin left eventing a year ago for dressage, and hasn’t looked back! He’s spent the last year taking care of his amateur owner, who is now too busy for him. Odin is a wonderful ride, sensitive but not silly, expressive but still comfortable, and wonderful in the contact in the snaffle or double. He’s shown Third Level, and is playing with pirouettes and half-steps. Odin is a dream lower level professor for Jr/YR or Amateur who doesn’t want to drive a lazy horse around, or a talented prospect for anyone who wants to make a go at the upper levels.