Karin Reid Offield Donates a Breeding to Lingh for the EAF Palm Beach Dressage Derby Fundraiser, March 4, 2010

Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Posted by bossmare

EAF Fundraiser March 4 at the Palm Beach Dressage Derby is proud to offer a Breeding to Lingh, KWPN by Flemmingh, who with Edward Gal stole our hearts at the 2005 Las Vegas World Cup Final. Show results that put him at the top of the WBFSH Index, ranking him the number one dressage stallion and third in the world. Lingh’s performance career is one of the most impressive in dressage breeding history!

"When I heard that Mary (Phelps) was asking for donations to help The Equestrian Aid Foundation at the Palm Beach Dressage Derby, I jumped at the chance to help. Every single person that is involved with the EAF knows should they be seriously injured they would turn immediately to the EAF for help and advice.

EAF is the lifeline to members of our equestrian community. Every single person in horse sport and on the scene should become involved and help EAF financially. Our horse sports are our responsibility and we have to protect ourselves. EAF is a godsend. "

A Breeding to Linghlingh.nl and hasslerdressage.com
Thank you to Karin Reid Offield and Hassler Dressage
Donated Item: Frozen semen Breeding to Lingh
Value:  $2,200.  Winner must pay shipping fees

Lingh began his breeding career in 2005. The Dutch KWPN describes him as an honest and reliable stallion that is easy to work with. The great achievements of this stallion match his absolutely stunning conformation. Lingh is an athletic modern riding type. His head is intelligent. The neck has a good length and form. The shoulder is long and well angled. The withers are well developed. The croup is a good length and well muscled. His legs are straight and correct. Lingh has been approved for Oldenburg, Hannover, Finnish and Swedish Studbooks as well as North American Registries.

Lingh’s father Flemmingh is one the most famous dressage stallions in KWPN. He is the father of Anky van Grunsven’s Krack C.  Lingh’s fatherline goes back to world famous stallions Landgraf, Capitano, Cor de la Bryere and Ladykiller xx. Lingh’s mother Gazelle has been rewarded with the highest mare prizes of the KWPN: Ster, Pref, Prest. Gazelle’s father Columbus was an international jumper. Gazelle’s line goes back to famous thoroughbred stallions Lucky Boy xx and Uppercut xx. This fantastic breeding family has already produced 7 approved stallions! Lingh’s pedigree represents generations of famous, awarded and performing horses.

Lingh represents some of the finest jumping blood in warmblood breeding and because of his gorgeous type, conformation and fine gaits, he is also interesting for the ambitious Hunter breeder.

Check out Lingh’s beautiful website, and bid on this item!
Read more about Lingh in DressageDaily’s Stallion section