16h bay w/ star/stripe/snip and 3 small socks. She has had 3 foals to date. The first foal was a ISH cross who was started and sold last year. This filly could JUMP! The third foal was a premium filly by Hilltop Cordini. We lost her to a pasture accident. This year's colt by Cordini scored 7.9 at his inspection (and was even nicer than the filly!). This mare consistently outproduces herself! All 3 foals were conceived with frozen. She usually takes on the first dose.
She is sound and could be restarted. She competed lightly as a 4 and 5 y/o in BBN eventing and was schooling 3ft courses thru 2005. She was ridden lightly thru 2007. She is an incredible athlete, but is a very sensitive ride, and requires consistency in order to be competitive. She is not for the faint of heart! She has a wonderful bascule and jumps with her knees to her chin.
I am due with our second child in February and have decided to get out of breeding for a while. We've had her since she was 3y/o and she is a family pet. She is too young and talented to sit in a field.
Request first right of refusal. I would also like to check references to ensure she is going to a good home. If it doesn't work out for any reason, I will gladly take her back.
Pictures of Maddie and her foals are available upon request.
have you found a home for your mare? i am not really needing
any more horses, but i bought the hanoverian stallion, davignport, last summer and i love him and want to find the
perfect mother for his baby for me. i actually have three
nice warmblood mares. my hanoverian mare is in foal to rousseau for next year and she may be the one to breed to him
next year, but i have been told he crosses so well with mares
with thoroughbred blood. just curious? thanks for your time.
Outstanding home offered in central Virginia with experienced "horsey" family. Former upper level rider/trainer who is now breeding (on a small scale) quality sporthorses with outstanding temperaments. 12x12 matted stalls, daily grooming, LOTS of attention, rugging up and mashes in winter, fans in summer, ample turnout. Plenty of references and visits to our farm are welcomed. Might be a good match? Please e-mail. Would love to see photos and get a bit more information.