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Can We Stop Saying Germany is Always Better?

I think I’m going to start a campaign to stop saying that German breeders are soooo much better than North American breeders. Here are some thoughts I just wrote, that came up as I was writing on a related topic for an article. I hope it jump-starts a conversation. What do you think? Is it time? ...read more

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Successful Stallions in the Young Horse Championships Day 2

We'd like to highlight the stallions in the ribbons in Friday's classes in the Markel/USEF Young & Developing Horse National Championships at the Lamplight Equestrian Center. We'd like to send special congratulations to Hilltop Farm and also to Patricia Becker and Dr. Anne Ramsay. Hilltop's well-known stallion Qredit (Quarterback-Dream Rubina, Dream of Glory) was ridden by Michael Bragdell, and Patty Becker rode Dr. Ramsay's home-bred Oldenburg stallion Freedom (Feuri-Windjammer, Walk on Top). The two shared second place in the Intermediate II test. For full results, including more stallions and more NA-breds, ...read more

Breeder Announcements

Hyperion Stud’s Farm Video

Hyperion Stud, LLC produced a lovely video of their farm, which was released this summer. The first in a series, this one introduces the guiding principles behind Hyperion. A beautiful farm, with stunning horses, Hyperion is well-filmed here, and the video is lovely to watch. ...read more

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Young Horse Championships Include NA-Bred Winners

The first divisions of the Markel/USEF Young & Developing Horse National Championships took to the ring on a beautiful day at the Lamplight Equestrian Center Thursday, Aug. 24. Among the winners on Day 1 were Serenade MF (Sir Donnerhall-Duet MF, Don Principe), bred by Maryanna Haymon; and Habanero CWS (Idocus-Caliente DG, OO Seven), bred by his rider, Craig Stanley. ...read more

WSNA News

Introducing our New 3-Way Stallion Promotion Network

Warmblood Stallions of North America is introducing a whole new approach to stallion promotion. The new online advertising packages combine a variety of ad options across three online platforms. Called “forward-thinking” by one stallion owner, this innovative idea will become fully realized with the launch of the new WarmbloodStallionsNA.com in September, and WSNA is now accepting pre-launch purchases, so businesses can fully benefit from the launch promotions. Cost-effective packages are available for single stallions, farms with multiple stallions, and businesses with no stallion. ...read more

Fairbanks

Now in the US! Oldenburg Licensing Champion in Germany, Exciting Young Sire awarded 1c Premium
Fairbanks was Champion of the 2009 Oldenburg Stallion Licensing in Vechta, Germany. He quickly became the crowd favorite with his spectacular performance, extravagant gaits, impressive jumping ability and willing temperament. Fairbanks completed his 30-Day Test very successfully. In a field of 49 stallions, including Bundeschampionate winners, Licensing Champions and top-priced stallions, he placed third with an overall score of 8.74. He repeated this success in 2011 at his 70-Day Test. He was the only stallion to score over 100 in both jumping and dressage, showing his great versatility and willingness under saddle. He has gone on to be successful to the advanced levels. Sire Flemmingh, a most successful dressage stallion in the Netherlands sired international dressage horses Krack C (Anky van Grunsven) and Lingh (Edward Gal). A Flemmingh daughter was the overall Champion at the Dutch mare show. Fairbanks’ dam, SPS Identify, was highly praised at her Mare Performance Test. Damsire Inselfürst was the winner of his Stallion Test and successfully shown in Advanced Level dressage. Full sister to Fairbanks’ granddam Alegra produced stallions San Brasil, a Bundeschampionate participant and Celle stallion Los Angeles. In 2011, Fairbanks presented his first outstanding foal crop which were very representative of himself; large expressive foals with long lines, beautiful heads and necks and outstanding movement. At the 2011 Oldenburg licensing, Fairbanks was awarded the 1c-Premium due to his exceptional Stallion Test results, impressive foals and his overall development as a top breeding stallion. This was especially remarkable as he was not primarily breeding in the main Oldenburg breeding region and therefore had to stand up to strong competition for this award. Currently, his offspring just beginning their under saddle careers are exceeding all expectations. In 2017, we are looking forward to Fairbanks’ first foal crop since his importation to the United States! He is approved ARS and GOV.

Pedigree

Flemmingh
SPS Identify
Lacapo
Texas
Inselfürst
Alegra
Landgraf I
Larsa
Carneval
Ledusa
Inschallah AA
SPS Wega
Argentinus
Betsey

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