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We have a new Stallion Story on! I have to say, each one is a gem. It's an opportunity to get to know some of the stallions from the site "at home," in a more personal way. We have recently added Leapfrog WT, a promising 2011 Holsteiner stallion bred by Wild Turkey Farm. Shown is Leapfrog with owner and breeder Barb Ellison. more


Eva-Maria Broomer: "I am a Breeder" last summer posted a wonderful article by Eva-Maria Broomer, called "I am a Breeder," and it's worth a read. She describes breeding as "a special brand of madness," and muses on what made her decide to pursue it. Ultimately, she talks about what makes her proud to be one of that “curious bunch of enthusiasts with masochistic tendencies that call themselves breeders.” more

Breeding News and Announcements

New Stallion Story: Leapfrog WT

Our “Stallion Stories” are personal glimpses into the lives and home personalities of the stallions on our site. We’re pleased to present a special story about Leapfrog WT. Breeder and owner Barb Ellison has wonderful photos of this promising young stallion from his first day, so this new Stallion Story is like a photo album of his life so far. Photo here shows Leapfrog in 2011, on his first day out, at a week old. more


Six Horses Cloned From One Mare Help Rider Win Polo Match

Cloning horses is not a thing of the future. I didn't see this article when it came out, over a year ago, but it's quite amazing. Highly regarded polo competitor Adolfo Cambiaso competed in the Argentine Open using six different clones of a single mare named Cuartetera, and he won the event. I think cloning is of interest to breeders because - while the aim of both is to produce a great horse - the aim of breeding is to create a better breed as well. But with cloning - the breed stands still. more


Where Do Mare Owners Shop for Stallions? Right Here!

Advertise your stallion now on! Mare owners are still making choices, so take advantage of the website traffic we get in March and April. Plus, you get a whole year of promotions - so you’ll also be ahead for next breeding season! When mare owners shop for stallions, this website is one of the most important places they look. Do you want your stallion seen? You’re in the right place! more

Breeding News and Announcements

Thank you, Oldenburg SSA Stallions!

Friends of the Oldenburg Horse Breeder Society would like to thank all the stallion owners and frozen brokers who participated in this year's auction to benefit our awards program. While you might have missed your opportunity to bid this year, do be sure to consider these Oldenburg approved and activated stallions for breeding! more

Clintord I

1.6m scope, Champion Holsteiner Verband 70-day Performance Test
Clintord 1 competed and consistently placed at 1.6m levels with California rider Michelle Parker since he was imported in 2011. Among other achievements in 2014 he placed 3rd in a World Cup Qualifier at Thermal, and also qualified for and placed in the Thermal AIG $1Million, as well as ranking among the leading horses in the PCHA grand prix standings. Sidelined by a severe injury in 2015, he has resumed his career in the Grand Prix ring in 2018, placing in his first Grand Prix outing in nearly 3 years.

As a three-year-old in Europe he was champion of the Holsteiner Verband 70-day Stallion Performance Test with a score 146 including several perfect scores of 10 for jumping technique. He then went on to a prolific career as a sire in great demand. He has produced multiple approved premium offspring, including the Hanoverian stallion Clifton Ask who was Champion Jumper Stallion in the 2012 Danish Warmblood Stallion Licensing as a three-year old and has been approved as a premium sire by both the Danish and Hanoverian studs.

Clintord I is a beautifully balanced stallion combining elegance with power and substance, and displaying tremendous scope in the jumper ring. As well he has an intelligent and willing temperament and is a gentleman in the stable. In the U.S. his oldest offspring are just turning five and getting their start in the jumper ring, but they mirror his elegant type, athleticism, and superior temperament.

Clintord I is descended from the finest Holsteiner lineage. His sire Clinton I was a highly successful international show jumper. Two full siblings of Clinton have won at Grand Prix level and S *** level. Six offspring of the exceptional mare Waage, dam line 4965, have been successful at the German Young Horse championships. The actual estimation of Clinton’s breeding value is 157 points. Clintord’s dam Miss Monica carries the top blood of Caletto I and Lord. Great grand dam Hilgunde and Caletto I provided the Holstein stallion Cambridge, line 1947. For years Cambridge has sustained a top position in the FN estimation of breeding values.

This extraordinary stallion is now accessible to North American breeders. Verband eligible.


Clinton I
Miss Monica
Carolus I
Waage I
Caletto I
Goldika VIII
Capitol I
Calypso II
Cor de la Bryere


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