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Breed: 
Hanoverian
Gender: 
Gelding
Birth Year: 
2011
Sire: 
Hochadel (Hohenstein)
Dam: 
Danubia
Size: 
16.1 hands
Harmoniously put together 2011 Hanoverian gelding with double talent! Very attentive to rider and never says no. Nicely forward with swing and cadence in his gaits. Quality and talent to be a great dressage horse but not to be overlooked as a super hunter prospect or do both! In Careywood, ID
Breed: 
Hanoverian
Gender: 
Gelding
Birth Year: 
2011
Sire: 
Destano (Desperados)
Dam: 
Fleur Rouge
Size: 
17.0 hands
Modern built Hanoverian gelding with three super nice gaits! Trot is full of suspension, yet easy to sit with the canter being the highlight! Well balanced and easy to get on the bit. Very broke for his age and very people oriented. In
Breed: 
Rhinelander
Gender: 
Gelding
Birth Year: 
2007
Sire: 
Fidertanz
Size: 
16.0 hands
Price: 
USD $0
True eye candy! 2007 Rhinelander gelding with stunning uphill gaits with active hind leg. Shown successfully at the 2nd level equivalent in Germany! Super work ethic to match his talent. Will catch the judges attention with beauty and elegance. In Cape Coral, FL
Breed: 
Andalusian
Gender: 
Gelding
Birth Year: 
1999
Size: 
16.1 hands
Price: 
USD $0
Eye catching 11 year-old, 16.1 hand Andalusian gelding imported from Spain. Competing at Fourth level scoring in the mid 60's, ready for Prix St. Georges this spring. Extremely sweet and affectionate disposition, excellent ground manners and uncomplicated to ride.
Breed: 
Oldenburg
Gender: 
Gelding
Birth Year: 
1998
Sire: 
Don Jonne
Size: 
17.1 hands
Price: 
USD $0
Beautiful black 17.1h Oldenburg gelding, 12-years-old. Ducan's father is by Donnerhall, and his mother is by Rubenstein. Imported in 2004, he is a great schoolmaster to earn your Bronze medal on. He has been shown extensively in dressage. AA owner had only Second level ambition, and now Ducan continues to progress from there towards FEI.
Breed: 
Oldenburg GOV
Gender: 
Gelding
Birth Year: 
2002
Sire: 
Rhodiamant
Dam: 
S.P.S Atella
Size: 
17.0 hands
Price: 
USD $0
2002 Oldenburg GOV gelding by Rohdiamont out of S.P.S Atella (Grundstein II/Ataturk). Dam was the 1-d mare at the Oldenburg Elite Mare Show in Rastede, and Rohmeo was considered as a stallion prospect after being inspected as a young horse.
Breed: 
KWPN (Dutch Warmblood)
Gender: 
Gelding
Birth Year: 
1997
Sire: 
Jeraldo
Size: 
16.2 hands
Price: 
USD $0
Attractive 12-year-old imported Dutch Warmblood gelding. Schooled through Prix St Georges. Great work ethic and very trainable. Solid changes and easy lateral work. Needs a confident rider; ambitious AA or Junior/Young Rider. In Hailey, ID
Breed: 
Hanoverian
Gender: 
Mare
Birth Year: 
2003
Sire: 
Londonderry
Dam: 
Romantica F
Size: 
17.0 hands
Price: 
USD $0
Beautiful mare purchased from the Verden Elite Auction. This fascinating State Premium Candidate is a former Verden elite foal and was the best mare of the show at the age of three. She successfully completed her Mare Performance Test (rideability under a test rider - 9.5) and was placed at riding horse ability classes.
Breed: 
KWPN (Dutch Warmblood)
Gender: 
Gelding
Birth Year: 
2005
Sire: 
Krack C
Size: 
17.0 hands
Price: 
USD $0
All Star is a 5-year-old imported Dutch Warmblood, sired by Anky van Grunsven's International Grand Prix stallion Krack C. He has a modern build and stands 17 hands high. Athletic, kind, very willing, intelligent, elegant, quality gaits, with much talent - these few words just begin to describe this star in the making. All Star recently received a '9' for gaits from an international FEI judge at the Pacific Regional Championships in October.
Breed: 
KWPN (Dutch Warmblood)
Gender: 
Gelding
Birth Year: 
2005
Sire: 
Majesteit
Size: 
16.1 hands
Price: 
USD $0
"Apocalypse" is a 5-year-old, 16.1 h, KWPN gelding with spectacular markings. Sired by Majesteit, this super fancy and flashy boy is by currently schooling Second and Third level, and just won his first class in Wellington, Florida with a 73% !! Apocalypse is extremely talented and learns very quickly. He aims to please his rider, is easy to sit, soft in the bridle and very easy to collect (pirouettes, piaffe and passage will be some of his stronger points)!

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Germany’s Simone Blum celebrates winning the Individual Jumping title at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 with DSP Alice and carving her name into the pages of equestrian history. (FEI/Martin Dokoupil)

Germany’s Simone Blum celebrates winning the Individual Jumping title at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 with DSP Alice and carving her name into the pages of equestrian history. (FEI/Martin Dokoupil)

Top from left to right: Kai Handt, Kate Shoemaker, Laureen Johnson, Michele Assouline. Bottom from left to right: Rebecca Hart, Roxanne Trunnell, Andrea Woodard.

Top from left to right: Kai Handt, Kate Shoemaker, Laureen Johnson, Michele Assouline. Bottom from left to right: Rebecca Hart, Roxanne Trunnell, Andrea Woodard.

Chester Weber, Misdee Wrigley-Miller and Jimmy Fairclough celebrate their gold medal win (Photo: Shannon Brinkman Photo)

Chester Weber, Misdee Wrigley-Miller and Jimmy Fairclough celebrate their gold medal win (Photo: Shannon Brinkman Photo)

Chiara Congia and Justin van Gerven helped Team Germany to victory in the Squad Freestyle at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 in Tryon. (Photo: FEI/Martin Dokoupil)

Chiara Congia and Justin van Gerven helped Team Germany to victory in the Squad Freestyle at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 in Tryon. (Photo: FEI/Martin Dokoupil)

 

Italy’s Sarah Morganti shows her delight after winning her second gold medal of the week at the World Para Dressage Championships at the FEI WEG™ in Tryon USA today. (Photo: FEI/Liz Gregg)

Italy’s Sarah Morganti shows her delight after winning her second gold medal of the week at the World Para Dressage Championships at the FEI WEG™ in Tryon USA today. (Photo: FEI/Liz Gregg)

McLain Ward, Adrienne Sternlicht, Laura Kraut, and Devin Ryan (Photo: Shannon Brinkman Photo)

McLain Ward, Adrienne Sternlicht, Laura Kraut, and Devin Ryan (Photo: Shannon Brinkman Photo)

Koos de Ronde (NED) winner of the marathon phase of the FEI World Driving Championships for Four-In-Hand horses ©Mary Phelps 2018

Koos de Ronde (NED) winner of the marathon phase of the FEI World Driving Championships for Four-In-Hand horses ©Mary Phelps 2018

Rebecca Hart earns the Bronze Medal on El Corona Texel, owner Rowan O' Riley, at the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games™ (WEG) Tryon. Hart secured the medal as her first ever medal in the Para-Dressage sport since her beginnings in 1998. (Photo: Meghan Benge for the USPEA)

Rebecca Hart earns the Bronze Medal on El Corona Texel, owner Rowan O' Riley, at the 2018 WEG. Hart secured the medal as her first ever medal in the Para-Dressage sport since her beginnings in 1998. (Photo: Meghan Benge for the USPEA)

McLain Ward and Clinta picked up just a single time fault to help Team USA move into silver medal spot ahead of tomorrow’s team medal-decider in the Bank of America Jumping Championship at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ 2018 in Tryon, USA today. (FEI/Martin Dokoupil)

McLain Ward and Clinta picked up just a single time fault to help Team USA move into silver medal spot ahead of tomorrow’s team medal-decider in the Jumping Championship at the FEI WEG™ 2018 in Tryon, USA today. (Photo: FEI/Martin Dokoupil)

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