Current Offerings: We are pleased to present the following horses for your review. (Please note, posted prices are subject to applicable taxes. All prices subject to changes with additional professional training of the horse.)
2005 Canadian Warmblood mare – Fiadora (x Fiador) descendant of the legendary stallion Fidermark who has a reputation of siring top class dressage performers. This stunning mare stands 16.1hh and is a sweet, talented, uncomplicated and very willing partner. Currently performing second level dressage, training 3rd level movements. A balanced mover in all three gaits with lots of potential to move up the levels. She possesses a calm, level-headed personality which makes her a delightful horse to be around. With her great character and impeccable pedigree, she would make a desirable addition to a breeding program. A bit of show jumping experience rounds out her repertoire of talents. Fiadora has no vices or bad habits of any kind. Loads, clips, ties, stands for farrier and trailers with ease. She is currently in a professional training program. USD$23,000
**SOLD – March 2019**
2008 Canadian Warmblood Gelding — Paletto, a.k.a. “Mr. Been There, Done That”, takes it all in stride. This 11- year-old chestnut gelding stands 16.2hh and has had one owner for most of his life. An incredibly well-rounded boy, he has been ridden successfully in the Jumper ring (clears 1.10 metre jumps with ease), participated in the Hunter circuit, aced Cowboy Challenge and enjoys riding the trails. Dressage training is his most recent accomplishment and he is schooling second and third level movements. Pleasant to have around the barn, no vices, easy keeper, trailers well.
FIRE II – by Cromwell II x Candillo (Holsteiner). Sire of Dam is Xeno H2 (Dutch Warmblood). This exceptional five year old earned scores in the 70s when shown as a four year old in Training level Dressage. This adaptable and kind-hearted boy shows great potential as a jumper too. He has free jumped and shows lots of scope and form over jumps. Baths, loads, clips and is easy to work with. With potential for the FEI ring, Fire II is best suited to an intermediate rider or advanced amateur.
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