Iron Spring Farm's Tjalbert Approved on Offspring
Thursday, January 28, 2016
Posted by Equestrian Sports Promotions
Coatesville, PA - Iron Spring Farm's stallion Tjalbert 460 was Approved on Offspring by the Royal Friesian Studbook (KFPS). This prestigious designation ensures that a stallion has produced a significant number of sons and daughters who have been evaluated as exceptional individuals and who will add desirable traits and genetics to the breed. At least 20 offspring must successfully complete the KFPS performance testing before a stallion will be awarded this status after his fifth or sixth breeding season.
Tjalbert was a successful dressage horse in the Netherlands before being imported to the United States. His elastic gaits and supple topline made collected work easy for him.
His early North American foal crops are earning 1st Premie awards. In 2015, four of his offspring received champion or reserve at their Friesian Horse Association of North America (FHANA) keurings.
In Europe, two Tjalbert sons were selected for the 2015 stallion show in the Netherlands: Redbad fan Egypte (Tjalbert 460 x Anton 343, Sport) and Patser v.d. Terpen (Tjalbert 460 x Rindert 406, Sport).
Photos and videos of Tjalbert and his offspring can be found at www.ironspringfarm.com. Take advantage of the $250 early booking discount (expires March 31, 2016).
About Iron Spring Farm:
A range of top Friesian and KWPN stallions are available to North American breeders as part of Iron Spring Farm's 40-year commitment to the ISF American Advantage. By providing proven bloodlines, along with exceptional service, transparency and impeccable veterinary care, the ISF team helps breeders achieve their sport horse goals. Ongoing expert advice and tools are also available so breeders can develop and market their offspring to the highest level. Iron Spring also offers a select number of talented Friesian and Dutch Warmblood prospects and broodmares for sale.
Visit www.ironspringfarm.com for more information.
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