Debonair MF

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.” more


[W]FFS Affects All Breeds, Not Just Warmbloods

Practical Horse Genetics just posted a new article on their website that will be of interest to all breeders, especially those who use Thoroughbreds. It's an update on Fragile Foal Syndrome, which was thought to be a genetic problem just among warmblood horses. It is now clear that FFS occurs in many breeds. more


WSNA Heads to the Dressage at Devon Breed Show

Warmblood Stallions of North America is heading to Dressage at Devon next week! It's pretty exciting, since I haven't been in years. I know the breed show is bigger - the biggest open breed show in the world, and I'm really looking forward to that. Thanks to everyone who entered our contest to win tickets to Dressage at Devon! We have sent pairs of tickets to the four winners... more

Debonair MF

Family Proven to Produce FEI Talent
Introducing an exciting young stallion for North American breeders. Debonair MF is from the first foal crop of the FEI stallion Doctor Wendell MF. Doctor Wendell earned strong finishes at the US Young Horse, Developing PSG, and Developing Grand Prix Championships. He won the US Dressage Finals and many USDF/All-Breeds awards before being exported to Europe. Grandsire Don Principe has been competing at the Grand Prix level for 10 years and was the 2017 US U-25 Grand Prix Champion. The talent for the FEI runs deep in this family.

A successful in-hand youngster, Debonair's early wins included the Two-Year Old Colts/Geldings and the Colts/Geldings Championship of Dressage at Devon and he earned scores as high as 83%. His full-siblings have also done very well out showing, including Danae MF who was the USDF Champion for Weanling Fillies in 2014 and won the USDF Traveling Trot Trophy with a median score of 84.9%. In 2017, Debonair debuted in the USEF Four-Year Old division. He easily qualified for the US Young Horse Championships and finished in 5th place overall. He is bright, quick to learn, very confident, and shows all the composure and confidence needed for a good show horse.

Debonair was licensed by the AHS and ISR/Oldenburg in the summer of 2017. He will be available for breeding for the first time in 2018 and we're looking forward to seeing the continued influence of this family through this next generation.


Doctor Wendell MF
Rising Star
Don Principe
Stellar Hit MF
Ronya Darling
Sandro Hit
Rubinstein I
Ramiro's Son II


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