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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.

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Colorado’s Taryn Anderson found a way to finally get to the US Dressage Finals presented by Adequan®, and her efforts paid off with two Championship titles in the First and Third Level Adult Amateur Freestyle divisions. (Photo: Susan J. Stickle)

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