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Breed: 
Oldenburg
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
2001
Sire: 
Royal Diamond
Dam: 
Mystica
Size: 
16.3 hands
Proven FEI Competitor now available for North American Breeders! FEI career that includes CDI wins in Wellington, Tryon, Saugerties, and San Juan Capistrano.
Breed: 
Westfalen
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
1998
Sire: 
Florestan
Dam: 
Die Dame St. Pr. St.
Size: 
16.2 hands
Florianus II is a stallion with an incredible work ethic. He has very supple gaits with a lot of flexibility and scope in his movement, and he excels at the collected work. He also represents the hallmark of ISF stallions—athletic talent coupled with an incredible temperament.
Breed: 
KWPN - Dutch Warmblood
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
1999
Sire: 
Lord Sinclair I
Dam: 
Krishna (Star, Sport, Pref)
Size: 
17.0 hands
Sir Sinclair is the perfect combination of temperament, talent and bloodlines. An impressive athlete, he competed through Prix St. Georges with scores in the ‘70s. As a young horse, he was named the 2005 Markel/USEF National FEI 6-Year-Old Champion and the USDF FEI 6-Year-Old Horse of the Year.
Breed: 
KWPN - Dutch Warmblood
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
2001
Sire: 
Olivi
Dam: 
Kilucienne (keur, sport, preferent)
Size: 
16.2 hands
UB40 is a successful FEI horse and one of the most sought after stallions. He is the sire of the Approved stallions El Capone and Apache in the Netherlands, and dozens of 1st Premium offspring in North America. His son El Paso ISF is a Dressage at Devon champion and KWPN-NA North American keuring champion.
Breed: 
KWPN (Dutch Warmblood)
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
1988
Sire: 
Contender
Dam: 
Adisa III St. Pr. St.
Size: 
17.2 hands
Contango was a legend in his own time, both as a sire and as an athlete. Among his standout offspring are the Approved Stallions Citango and Maestro; Ravel, the winner of the 2009 Rolex FEI World Cup Dressage Finals and a clean sweep of the Grand Prix classes at CDIO Aachen; and many more.
Breed: 
Danish Warmbood
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
2003
Sire: 
Dressage Royal
Dam: 
Frederica
Size: 
17.0 hands
Uno Don Diego is an FEI dressage stallion producing offspring with incredible temperaments and exceptional movement.
Breed: 
KFPS - Friesian
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
1998
Sire: 
Anton 343
Dam: 
Irma Van T' Zuide (Ster)
Size: 
16.1 hands
Teade 392 is a Friesian with superstar status that embodies everything that horses, especially stallions, are about. He successfully showed through Fourth Level with scores above 66% and made fans wherever he went. Teade’s beauty and quality of movement always caught the judges and spectators’ attention.
Breed: 
KFPS - Friesian
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
2000
Sire: 
Brandus 345 Sport
Dam: 
Meta Van De Strubbenhof Star
Size: 
16.2 hands
Brend quickly became a farm favorite with his sweet nature and willingness to learn. He has been successful in national dressage competitions in the Netherlands and the USA. Among his victories, the 2008 GAIG/USDF Region 1 Third Level Adult Amateur Championship.
Breed: 
KFPS - Friesian
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
2004
Sire: 
Heinse 354 Sport/Preferent
Dam: 
Femke fan Nes S
Size: 
16.1 hands
Meinse is an exciting 1st Premium stallion who is Approved on offspring, as well as a big winner in the dressage ring. He competed successfully against all breeds, won two GAIG/USDF Regional Championships and received numerous High Score awards and tri-color ribbons.
Breed: 
KFPS Friesian
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
2006
Sire: 
Beart 411 Sport
Dam: 
Grevinne fan Lutke Jeinjum
Size: 
16.2 hands
Tjalbert 460 has it all - great conformation, outstanding movement and a sweet personality to complete the package. Now he is passing this on to his foals who are earning 1st Premie status.

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