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  1. #1
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    Default Knabstrupper inspections/ Show Oct 16th

    It's that time again;

    Oct 14th Hinckley OH
    Oct 16th Cedar Creek Stables, VA
    Oct 18th Baroque'n'Dreams CA
    Oct 20th La Verna TX

    I'd like to welcome any one who is interested to the Cedar Creek Stables site for the KNN inspection. We have 20 horses entered including 2 for the ridden test.
    S lots of lovely spotties to come and see.
    Please do consider coming out if you can.
    Lunch will be served.

    www.cedarcreekstables.us

    MW
    Last edited by Melyni; Oct. 14, 2012 at 10:54 AM. Reason: clarification
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melyni View Post
    It's that time again;

    Oct 14th Hinckley OH
    Oct 16th Cedar Creek Stables, VA
    Oct 18th Baroque'n'Dreams CA
    Oct 20th La Verna TX

    I'd like to welcome any one who is interested to the Cedar Creek Stables site for the KNN inspection. We have 20 horses entered including 2 for the ridden test.
    S lots of lovely spotties to come and see.
    Please do consider coming out if you can.
    Lunch will be served.

    www.cedarcreekstables.us

    MW
    We are very excited to be presenting one of our clients mares for her grading at the Cedar Creek inspection. She has developed nicely while at our farm to prepare. Look forward to meeting you.
    Here is Fanfare de Bec after a work out in the rain.
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    Good luck everyone!!

    Wish I wasn't so far away and in the middle of an Outage (Power Plant work). Or I would be making a trip
    *^*^*^
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    What's the location for the Hinckley, OH inspection?

    I'm not an owner, more someone with more than a passing fancy!



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    Quote Originally Posted by erniewalker View Post
    What's the location for the Hinckley, OH inspection?

    I'm not an owner, more someone with more than a passing fancy!

    Hinckley Equestrian Center
    1575 Ledge Road Hinckley, Ohio 44233
    Click here for map

    Renea Willham, Owner-Manager
    phone (330) 239-6878
    fax (330) 239-6882

    info@hinckleyequestrian.com
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    Does Hinckley have any knabs? I found their website and they list the Knabs but don't show any of their own (yes I am nosey )
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    Default I really don't know for sure

    Quote Originally Posted by Nootka View Post
    Does Hinckley have any knabs? I found their website and they list the Knabs but don't show any of their own (yes I am nosey )
    But I believe that they have a stallion candidate and they must have some others, surely they wouldn't go to the effort and expense of an inspection for 1 horse!

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    Default Only 2 days to go!

    Hope y'all can come on out on Tuesday, well some of you.

    Address is;
    Cedar Creek Stables, 2435 Shutterlee Mill Rd,
    Staunton, VA 24401.

    Come on out and enjoy the gorgeous Virginia countryside in the Fall and see lots of lovely spotted horses.
    We have 20 of them entered in this inspection.

    MW
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    You should post your pictures!

    I will see if Diane will let me post a few from hers
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    Here are some of the pictures my daughter and I took while we were there presenting our clients mare.
    They are on FB but I have made the album public so anyone can see it, even if you do not have a FB Account.
    The mare I presented is in this album

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=0848178c56

    Here is the album with all of the other horses.

    https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?...1&l=a11947a723
    Enjoy
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    Some great photos!!
    Who and what breeding is the horse under saddle in pic 24 etc?..looks very interesting.



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    Default Don't know about picture 24, but...

    i can't figure out the picture numbers, but I was present at the KNN Inspection at Cedar Creek Stables this past Tuesday and there were only TWO horses presented under saddle...

    There were two mares presented for their mare performance test, both owned by Melyni Worth, who generously hosted the inspection...

    The bay, snowcap mare (with extensive, uninterrupted, white patterning to her withers) is Peony Von Falkenhorst, whom Melyni imported as a young horse from Germany... here's a link to her picture on the CCS website: http://www.knabstruppers4usa.com/Peo...alkenhorst.php

    Then, the other mare, a bay (with a surpressed leopard pattern), is CCS Tinuvel, whom Melyni bred... and here's her link: http://www.knabstruppers4usa.com/bro...rial-Spice.php

    I know that Peony has been used as a broodmare for a few years, producing several lovely offspring, most sired by Don Principe, but she is back in work now... CCS Tinuvel, aka Sugar, has been competing, and in fact, this weekend, is showing at the BLM championships, in Lexington, VA, at Second Level!

    Both are just awesome mares!!!
    Last edited by mitma; Oct. 20, 2012 at 10:38 PM. Reason: typo
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    Thanks for that.. she is very nice indeed.



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    Default If I counted the same as you did

    Quote Originally Posted by belambi View Post
    Some great photos!!
    Who and what breeding is the horse under saddle in pic 24 etc?..looks very interesting.
    Then the horse U/S in pic 24 is Peony v. Falkenhorst.
    Sire; Pegasus V. Niehaus-Hof,
    Dam; Ugards Fatima

    Bred by Gwen Gregorio.

    I bought her in Germany as a foal and imported her. She has had 3 gorgeous foals by Don Principe, one of which, CCS Galafriel was herself presented as a yearling at this inspection.
    Now she is under saddle again and is going to be my personal riding horse for the time being.
    She is a wonderful mare and a joy to ride.

    I am eagerly awaiting Galadriel getting old enough to ride!
    MW
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