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Cum Laude's Stallion Story!

Meet Cum Laude (Apache, pref. x Weltmeyer), a beautiful black stallion that lives up to his namesake "with distinction". Learn more about Cum Laude's daily routine on the farm, and how much he enjoyed the FEI award ceremonies. ...read more

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HorseMagazine: Breeding at the World Cup Jumping Final 2022

Every World Cup, Christopher Hector of The Horse Magazine publishes an analysis of the bloodlines of the competing horses. In recent years he has been joined by Gemma Alexander, who helps analyze the data and creates lovely graphs to make it more accessible to the rest of us! This year there are a couple of interesting features. ...read more

About Us

A short history of
Warmblood Stallions of North America

Warmblood Stallions of North America
is owned by WSNA Ventures, LLC, and is operated in a partnership between Anna Goebel and Natalie Masin. It offers an impressive combination of services for getting your stallion known to mare owners. The key to its success has been the commitment to service that motivates us. Anna has been a strong supporter of North American breeding and breeders, and has supported the industry in print and online since 1993. Nat is a breeder herself, and thrilled to be involved in a business that serves the industry she loves.

Warmblood Stallions of North America
is now an unparalleled online stallion promotion service that is centered on this website, and also includes a sister site, WarmbloodBreeding.com, the WarmbloodStallionsNA Facebook page and outreach to breeders through our Warmblood Breeding News email newsletter.


Anna and Whiskers. Katherine Johnson photo.
Anna's interest in sport horse breeding goes back to the 1970s. The farm where she boarded, and later worked for a few years, was also a breeding farm. They stood a Quarter Horse stallion who bred live cover, and were starting a warmblood breeding program with shipped fresh semen and approved Thoroughbred mares. Anna attended her first warmblood inspections in those early years, and later went to Germany with Ekkehard Brysch's breeders tour - a very interesting experience. Events that included meeting breeders in person have always been highlights, including the Hanoverian breeding seminar Anna attended in 2011.

Anna began her publishing career in 1993 and published sport horse magazines for 25 years. Her business, Freestyle Publishing & Graphics, LLC, has from the beginning combined two parts. The publishing has included both print magazines and online publishing, and, in recent years, the graphic design part of the business has become more and more important.

Today, Anna is able to create almost any graphic element a client might need, and especially enjoys creating beautiful and functional websites. For more information about the graphic design services offered by Freestyle Graphic Design, please visit FreestyleGraphicDesign.com.


Nat and Lady Sioux WS, bred by Jan Marquardt. Patricia Ernesto photo.
Nat comes to WSNA with a diverse and strategic background. Nat's professional experience encompasses internal and external consulting with a keen focus on driving value growth for businesses and clients. Professionally, Nat holds the globally-recognized Chartered Financial Analyst (“CFA”) charter and is a licensed Certified Public Accountant in the state of Texas. Nat obtained dual undergraduate degrees in Agricultural Business/Technology and Accounting (combined with minors in Finance and Animal Science) from Washington State University at Pullman, then a Master of Professional Accounting at the University of Texas at Austin.

Nat is an active Board member of the not-for-profit United States Sport Horse Breeding Association, and holds the USSHBA Treasurer role. Nat also serves on the American Hanoverian Society Editorial Committee as an active committee member supporting the registry publications, including the annual AHS Stallion Directory.

Nat’s passion for agriculture and warmblood breeding started at a young age, competing hunter jumpers through high school on her first gray Oldenburg mare by I Am Graf Royal/Graf Gotthard, then transitioning to dressage in college on her second gray Oldenburg mare by Ideal. Little did she know, these two mares would become the foundation of a fledgling warmblood breeding program. From this foundation, Nat earnestly began to realize this lifetime passion to breed for the next generation of top warmblood sporthorses by developing and nurturing this small breeding program with her mother, Lynn Masin. Through these efforts, Nat developed an appreciation for the modern-day challenges facing North American stallion owners and breeders, thus committing herself to supporting the advancement of North American breeding stock, and to call attention to the impressive bloodlines and performance stallions now available here in North America (credited wholly to the endless blood, sweat, and tears of stallion owners and their support functions/network).
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