Devon Heir
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Devon Heir

Elite Black Hanoverian Stallion by De Niro & High Scoring Hanoverian 100 Day Test, Paxton Farm, 2004
Devon Heir is a gorgeous, elite, AHS registered, Hanoverian stallion with impeccable bloodlines! High scoring Hanoverian at his 100 day Test in 2004, and winner of the American Hanoverian Society Licensing, West Coast. Winner of multiple in-hand and under saddle classes.

Devon Heir is sired by De Niro, who is a son of the legendary Donnerhall - perhaps one of the most successful dressage stallions of all time. De Niro has multiple licensed sons and his foals have topped Elite Hanoverian Foal Auctions. Devon Heir's dam is also sired by a dressage legend, Rubinstein I, who sired 66+ approved stallions and was himself a successful Grand Prix competitor.

In 2005, Devon Heir was USDF/Cosequin Series West Coast Champion Mature Stallion, and he tied for 2nd place Nationally as USDF/Cosequin HOY. He continued his winning ways in 2006 earning the USDF Breeders Championship Grand Champion Stallion Nationwide. In 2009, Devon Heir won nearly every under-saddle class he entered with scores in the 70's, and was Grand Champion Fourth level horse at Pebble Beach. In 2010, Devon Heir competed in the Young Rider division. Devon Heir competed successfully at the Prix St. Georges level, qualifying for the Young Rider National Championships in Lexington, Kentucky. Devon Heir was ranked 1st in the US with the American Hanoverian Society for Young Riders at the Prix St. Georges level for 2010.

Devon Heir is of modern type, with lovely conformation and three correct gaits that are fluid, rhythmic with great suspension and expression. He is siring top foals that have earned Premium awards at their inspections. Devon Heir has produced numerous champion offspring for the show ring.

Devon Heir is producing refined foals, with beautiful appearances, correct conformation, outstanding temperaments, and elastic, suspended gaits. Most offspring are dark in color. He is genetically prepotent to pass on his lovely uphill neck, elegant type, kind trainable character, and willing work ethic. Devon Heir is approved/eligible for AHS, GOV, ARS, RPSI, ISR, WESTF and KWPN NA Reg A.

Pedigree

De Niro
Ribana
Donnerhall
Alicante
Rubinstein I
SPS Argunda
Donnerwetter
Ninette
Akzent II
Wiesenelfe
Rosenkavalier
Antine
Argentan I
Dunda

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