Riverman
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Dressage at Devon Analysis: Sneak Preview

I had a lovely time at the Dressage at Devon breed show 2018, in spite of the rain. What I saw in 2018 were American-bred winners being the rule rather than the exception. Of the horses in breed classes who scored over 80%, three-quarters were US-bred. Of the five top-scoring horses of all the breed classes, four were bred in the US. My full article, with horse and breeder profiles, will appear soon. Watch my news blog. ...read more

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Tension in Young Horse Classes: Still Rewarded?

Christopher Hector’s 2017 article deserves another look after the 2018 Young Horse Championships. Is tension still being rewarded in young horse competition? Or is extravagant movement the result of improved breeding? Read more here and leave your comments. ...read more

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Bloodlines at the WEG: Analysis From The Horse Magazine

Those who have read Chris Hector's analyses of past international events from a breeding perspective will want to head over to The Horse Magazine for the latest installment. Chris, along with Gemma Alexander of Pacific Jumping Breeding, have recently posted their analysis of the bloodlines at the WEG. Chris and Gemma take a look at the bloodlines of the most successful horses ...read more

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Foundation Sire: Farn

Here is the next installment of Warmblood Stallions of North America’s Foundation Fridays: Farn. “Farn was born in Holstein and descends from the Achill or "F" line that began in 1877. Next to the Ethelbert line, it is the oldest Holsteiner stallion line.” ...read more

Riverman

Sire of FEI-Level Offspring in ALL Disciplines
Riverman’s movement, jumping style and scope, and his impressive type have captivated breeders’ attention around the world and the results of his offspring speak highly for his influence. Based on the success of his offspring, Riverman has been named 3 times the USEF Eventing Sire of the Year and he was honored for 3 consecutive years with the South Pacific Award as the Top-Ranked US-based Show Jumping Sire by the USEF.

The versatile athleticism that Riverman’s offspring so consistently display has translated into his offspring being successful at the upper levels in all disciplines. Each year we see numerous Riverman offspring competing at the FEI Levels in dressage. A pair of Riverman sons represented the US at the World Pairs Driving Championships twice. Riverman’s jumping ability transmits strongly and he has sired many Grand Prix jumpers and A-circuit hunters as well as Advanced Level eventers.

Riverman's sire Redfort was a Grand Prix dressage horse, but he was also the full brother to Ratina Z who was the 1992 Olympic Silver medalist in Show Jumping. This genetic versatility is futher highlighted by names further back in his pedigree such has Landgraf and Cor de la Bryere – talented show jumping sires that also appear in many dressage pedigrees.

Riverman’s health and fertility remain strong as he ages and he is available via both cooled and frozen semen.

Pedigree

Redfort
Alexis III
Rebel Z
Gestion
Landego
Pagode
Ramiro
Argentina Z
Landgraf I
Range
Landgraf I
Germania
Calypso II
Batta

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