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Breed: 
KWPN (Dutch Warmblood)
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
2011
Sire: 
Lord Leatherdale
Dam: 
Thuja
Size: 
16.3 hands
Reserve Champion of KWPN Stallion Performance Test and PAVO Cup Finalist.
Breed: 
Hanoverian
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
2003
Sire: 
Pik L
Dam: 
Rohweena
Size: 
16.2 hands
Breed to a stallion proven to have the talent for international Grand Prix. Three-time US National Champion, winner of CDI competitions with Lisa Wilcox. Approved AHS, GOV, ISR/Old, RPSI, and Rhineland. Available for the first time via cooled semen.
Breed: 
Oldenburg
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
1999
Sire: 
Rubinstein
Dam: 
Faola
Size: 
16.2 hands
FEI dressage winner under both professional and amateur riders. Rubinero is well-proven as a sire with offspring winning both in Europe and the US. Approved GOV, AHS, Westfalen, and Rhineland.
Breed: 
Oldenburg
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
2008
Sire: 
Quaterback
Dam: 
Dream Rubina
Size: 
16.2 hands
Qredit has been Grand Champion of Devon, Res. Champion at the USEF Young Horse Finals, USDF Regionals and USDF Horse of the Year. Competing I-II/Developing Grand Prix. Foals inherit his movement and expression and are earning excellent scores at inspections and shows. Approved GOV, AHS, ARS, ISR/Oldenburg, RPSI/Westfalen.
Breed: 
KWPN (Dutch Warmblood)
Gender: 
Stallion
Birth Year: 
1996
Sire: 
Jazz
Dam: 
Halla Utopia
Size: 
16.3 hands
Pedigree, performance, and most importantly an incredibly strong record as a sire make Olivi a strong contender for dressage breeders. Olivi’s debut in 1999 resulted in him being named Reserve Champion of the KWPN Stallion Selection in Den Bosch. Olivi’s development included placings in the PAVO Cup Finals, the French Young Rider Championships, and at the CDI Grand Prix level.

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