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At WarmbloodStallionsNA.com, what we do is to find many of the best stallions owned in North America, and present them here. Gathered in one place are proven sires and up-and-coming young studs. Nearly 100 are listed, so you can find the perfect match for your mare. Find links and banners on this page, or click to browse our Stallion Gallery to find the stallion of your dreams! ...read more

Breeding News and Announcements

Dressage at Devon Virtual Show Schedule and More!

The show will go on - virtually! The 2020 virtual show schedule will mimic the in-person show, using past videos plus new interviews from top competitors such as George Williams and featuring the best of the best in the breed and performance divisions. The Silent Auction includes breedings to Iron Spring Farm and Hilltop Farm stallions. ...read more


Over 100 North American stallions have full profiles on this site. This one has been updated recently:

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KER: Bone Adaptation in Growing Foals

Did you know that foals typically spend 80% of their time standing still? A study has shown that that is the case with Standardbred foals between 2 and 5 months. It's probably true of other breeds as well, and it has implications for proper bone development. ...read more

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Leatherdale Farms Sponsors AHS's Yearling and Two-Year-Old Futurity

Leatherdale Farms is proud to partner with the American Hanoverian Society to sponsor prize money for their 8th Annual AHS Yearling and Two-Year-Old Futurity during their inspection tour! Dedicated to providing breeders world-class Hanoverian stallions with both classic and modern bloodlines, Leatherdale Farms is passionate about high-quality sport horses in the United States. ...read more

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October 2020 World Breeding News Released

The October edition of the World Breeding News has been released. If you're interested in breeding news from all over the globe, check it out. On page 24 is another article about the growing capabilities in gene editing, which has the potential to change everything we know about breeding and competing sport horses. Of special interest to North American breeders, a quick tour of the Canadian province of British Columbia, with its four distinct areas, each with its sport horse breeding farms. Paul Loomis, of Select Equine Sires, contributes an article on how to understand progressive motility in stallion semen. ...read more

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Contefino: New Stallion Story

We have another new Stallion Story! Find out how Contefino’s owner, Anke Magnussen, bought the stallion as a yearling, sold him to a career in Europe, and finally bought him back and brought him home to the US. It’s a love story! ...read more

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New Stallion Story - Mannhattan!

In our new Story, meet Mannhattan, a 29-year-old Oldenburg stallion owned by Kathy St. Martin and Jos Mottershead of Avalon Equine. With Stallion Stories you get to meet each stallion "at home" - behind the scenes. Find out what Mannhattan is really like, what surprised Kathy, and what she loves best about him. ...read more

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Nutrition for Foals

This is a release from Uckele Health & Nutrition on foal nutrition, with an emphasis on balancing mineral and protein needs, especially lysine, against the need to not overdo the calories. There’s helpful information for balancing your weanling’s nutritional intake. ...read more

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EquineRepro: Evaluating Sperm Motility

Anyone want to understand more about semen motility and how it's determined? I recommend reading "How Progressively Motile Are Those Sperm?" by Jos Mottershead of Equine-Reproduction.com. It not only has helpful explanations, it even has motility videos - microscope captures - that show how sperm move, how motility is determined, and what things to watch for. Helpful for both stallion owners and mare owners. ...read more