Breeding News
With assistance from the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF), the KWPN-NA has expanded these award programs to recognize Dutch horses competing in combined driving. Read More
The KWPN society has revealed the statistics of the KWPN registered foal births in The Netherlands in 2017. Remarkably the two most popular dressage breeding stallions in The Netherlands in 2016 were Hanoverian bred! Read More
An early ultrasound and normal pregnancy indicated all was well as Jenna Burkstrom awaited her new foal. Then on April 28, at 1:20 in the morning they were in for a big surprise. Read More
Many successful riders, owners and horses in the reining industry spend a lifetime chasing an illustrious National Reining Horse Association (NRHA) Million Dollar title. For Spooks Gotta Whiz, however, it took only seven years in the breeding shed to reach the million. Read More
In recent days, the office of the Royal Dutch Warmblood Association of North America (KWPN-NA) has become aware of growing concern among our breeders and members regarding a genetic disorder called Warmblood Fragile Foal Syndrome (WFFS). Read More
Have questions about insuring a foal? You're in luck, Mary Phelps office of Markel has the answers! Read More
The United States Dressage Federation ™ is pleased to announce the dates and locations for the 2018 USDF Breeders Championship Series (USDFBCS) Finals competitions. Read More
Looking for the right stallion, at the right price, for the 2018 breeding season? The Westfalen NA’s annual Stallion Service Auction is open for bidding now through 8 p.m. Eastern, Sunday March 4th, 2018. This auction offers superior quality and variety of stallions - more than 50 in all! Read More
Iron Spring Farm's stallion UB40 received the prestigious Keur predicate from the Royal Dutch Warmblood Studbook (KWPN) in the Netherlands. The Keur designation is a result of consistently producing outstanding offspring that make a positive contribution to the KWPN studbook. Read More
Iron Spring Farm’s Sir Sinclair, Keur, was the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) #1 Sire of Dressage Horses for the third consecutive year (2015-2017). Sir’s offspring earned 8,669 points in dressage competitions throughout the year, more than 4,000 points ahead the second place stallion... Read More

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