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Canter 3



Sire: Bretton Woods

Dam: By Fuerst Heinrich

DOB: 2012

Breeding: Westphalian

Height: 16.2h

Lady is a stunning mare standing approx. 16.2h. She is a beautiful powerful mover with lovely conformation. She was imported out of Germany in 2017. Lady is a trainable talented mare. She has produced three lovely colts that show great promise to be the fanciest mare at the horse show. She is ready for her person and would make a fantastic lower level partner! Recent Xrays on file!



SIRE: Bretton Woods (JOhnson x DeNiro X Romancier)

Bretton Woods is a large, strong framed stallion with a fabulous physical harmony. This impressive Dutch Warmblood (KWPN) has a powerful bloodline and graceful dressage gaits. At 3 years old, he won the 2010 VSN Circut Championship and also the Stallion Performance Test in 2010 with a 10.0 for rideabilbity, and an overall score of 84.5 points.  At the Performance Test he received 7.5 for walk, 8.5 for trot, 9 for canter, 8.5 for suppleness, 9 for self-carriage, 8 for rideability/character and 9 for dressage potential.  In 2011, Bretton Woods prevailed again winning the Bronze medal at the World Championships for five-year-old dressage horses.  Now he is ridden by Matthias Alexander Rath, who is carefully preparing him for the highest level of the sport.  By the end of 2013 the pair achieved several top rankings in Prix St. Georges.

Bretton Woods' offspring are brilliant in type and, as expected, big movers. In 2013 he presented, for the first time, a high number of foals in Germany, with the vast majority being awarded premiums and achieving top prices at auctions.

Bretton Woods' sire Johnson was the Champion of the KWPN licensing in 2005 and participated in the World Championships of Dressage Horses in 2007.  Internationally Johnson has been a very successful dressage horse.  His dam Anabel, bred to Jazz, produced champion stallion Chagall and has been on the of the highest ranked mares in KWPN breeding.  With De Niro and Romancier on the dam side we see a strong pedigree.

DAM: by Fuerst Heinrich
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