Check out my BIG website with LOTS of videos. I haven't updated the results from the USDF year end awards, the region 1 dressage finals and Dressage at Devon yet (all with big successes), but you can get an idea of what we have. http://www.rollingstonefarm.com
Large Oldenburg and Hanoverian breeding farm
Standing Shakespeare RSF, Fhitzgerald, Sir James and the homebred stallion Dheputy.
We have a small Hanoverian breeding program in Michigan. Our mares are Elite and/or performace proven, bloodlines include Baryshniknov, Raphael, Donnershlag, Fabuleux, Davignon, Acord II and Saros. Stallions are carefully selected to compliment our mares and produce top athletes that are both rideable and talented.
We sell foals, also in-utero and custom foals. At times youngsters undersaddle are available.
One stellar breeding program I don't think is often mentioned here is Eliza Rutherford's Foxwood Farm. She has incredible mares, consistently produces top mares and site champion foals, and is a wealth of knowledge. http://foxwoodhanoverians.com/
Linda Woltz has stellar mares, too -- and a top-notch stallion -- and travels frequently to Europe. Very knowledgeable!! http://www.walnut-farm.com/
We are small breeders in Canada, and 2012 will see our 1st Hanoverian foal, a Fidertanz x De Niro. In the past, we mainly have used hanoverian stallions (Graf Top I (2008), Brentano II (2007), Wolkentanz II (2011), Dauphin (2012), Sir Wanabi (2012)) and have registered with GOV, and previously with ISR/OldNA and AHHA. Since 2011 it will be exclusively VhW and GOV. We hope to breed 3 hanoverian foals in 2012.
For KWPN, I think you have to check out DG Bar. Their website isn't always up to date, but they have quality stock! If you make a trip to California, don't forget Rainbow Equus, Luchetti, and there are many, many smaller breeders with quality stock.