Wellington, FL—Offield Farms is pleased to welcome Lingh to its fine collection of stallions. Lingh was the Reserve Champion at the World Cup Finals in 2005 and 2004, and also on Holland’s Silver Medal winning team at this year’s World Equestrian Games. He joins Tiamo Trocadero, the Olympic reserve horse for the 2000 British team in Sydney, and Hexagon’s Louisville, the 2006 USDF Amateur Grand Prix Horse of the Year and member of the 2004 National Dutch “B” Team. Lingh will arrive in the United States before year’s end and will be available to North American breeders in 2007.
“We are thrilled to have Lingh at Offield Farms,” said Karin Reid Offield, owner of Offield Farms. “Like so many people, I have admired him for years. We feel very fortunate to have him. I am excited about riding and showing him this winter on the Florida winter circuit.”
Lingh, a 1993 KWPN - Royal Dutch Warmblood by Flemmingh by Columbus is one of the highest ranked stallions in international dressage. With his former rider Edward Gal, Lingh achieved top results at the largest horse shows in the world. The charismatic stallion stole the hearts of the dressage world with his phenomenal looks, elastic and powerful movement, and his world class piaffe and passage.
Lingh’s successful career, his pedigree, his workmanlike attitude and conformation contributed to his approval as a licensed KWPN breeding stallion. His first foals have arrived and are proving that Lingh is a sire for the future.
Lingh will be available via frozen semen. For more information on breeding and the 2007 season, please visit www.offieldfarms.com.
About Offield Farms
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