Sir Sinclair Wins Seventh Get of Sire Class at Dressage at Devon

Saturday, October 2, 2021
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Iron Spring Farm’s stallion Sir Sinclair, Keur won the Get of Sire class at prestigious Dressage at Devon for an incredible seventh time. The KWPN stallion first won the class in 2006, with additional wins in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2015, 2018 and now 2021. Sir was represented this year in the Dixon Oval by Praise ISF, Opal ISF and Fienna, who each earned top ribbons individually. 

“It’s an honor to win the Get of Sire class at Dressage at Devon,” said Mary Alice Malone, owner of  Iron Spring Farm. “For  Sir to win this class seven times is beyond wonderful.” Sir Sinclair, now 22 years old, first competed at Dressage at Devon in 2004, winning the 4-Year-Old and Older Stallion Under Saddle and the FEI Five-Year-Old test with an 80.60%.

Photo - Fienna earned many ribbons at Dressage at Devon, including the Mare Championship and Mature Horse Reserve Championsship. Fienna is by Sir Sinclair. (Pam Coath)

Sir’s daughter Fienna won the 4-Year-Old and Older Broodmares class with an 82.2 on her way to the Mare Championship and the Mature Horse Reserve Championship. Fienna also claimed the USDF Breeders East Coast Final Mare Championship. Fienna is by Sir Sinclair, Keur, out of the Prestatie mare Vienna, by Paddox. Fienna was bred by Belinda Nairn Wertman and is now owned by Iron Spring Farm.

The ISF-bred and owned weanling Rhythm ISF won the KWPN Breed class (83.2), as well as the Fillies class (84.325). She was also named Reserve Champion Foal and USDF Breeders East Coast Final Foal Champion. Rhythm ISF is by Top Gear, out of Love Dance, by Vitalis. 

Romeo ISF didn’t let the ladies collect all the ribbons. The Friesian colt, by Ulbert 390, Sport, finished second in the  Colts of Current Year class.

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A range of top Friesian and KWPN stallions are available to North American breeders as part of Iron Spring Farm's four-decade commitment to the ISF 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.