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  • N. American Dressage Breeder Websites

    Doing some "web" window shopping and would like to see some quality youngstock as well as what stallions are popular. Primarily interested in KWPN, Hanoverian & GOV breeders.

    What sites should I not miss?
    www.krausesporthorses.com
    KWPN Jumper Breeder
    www.WyngateEquestrian.com
    SE WI Boarding, Training & Sales

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    Carnival Hill Farm, NH
    Watermark Farm, PA
    Majestic gaits, NH
    You should get lots more from others on here. But those are three that I know. LOL, and Twin Lights Farm, for ponies!
    www.twinlightsfarm.net

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    • #3
      Home Again Farm!!
      Tracy Geller
      www.sixpoundfarm.com
      Find me on Facebook!

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      • #4
        Prosperity Farms (Andrea Hayden)
        Ryu Equestrian & Facebook Page
        Breeding Horses Today, for the Equestrian Sport of Tomorrow.
        Osteen & Gainesville, Florida.

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        • #5
          www.hphanoverians.com
          www.hilltopfarminc.com
          www.dreamscapefarm.com
          www.shootingstarfarm.com
          www.trinitysporthorses.com

          Follow us on Facebook!

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          • #6
            We only have upcoming foals for sale but you can see pictures of the foals we have sold at:

            www.hiddenacresfarm.net


            All foals out of Elite Hanoverian mares and top german stallions. We also have a stallion page
            HiddenAcresFarm.Net
            Imported from Germany, Assembled in Michigan
            Rare damline of 7 direct generations of Elite/States Premium Mares.

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            • #7
              For many Hanoverian breeders, you can check out the farm links at the American Hanoverian Society.
              Also, there are a number of farm sites at the MidStates Hanoverians website.
              Peg :-)
              Fleur de Lis Hanoverians

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              • #8
                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
                http://www.rollingstonefarm.com
                Large Oldenburg and Hanoverian breeding farm
                Standing Shakespeare RSF, Fhitzgerald, Sir James and the homebred stallion Dheputy.

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                • #9
                  Mo's (and she is being modest as her mare Rheporter was Grand Champion at Dressage at Devon this year).....

                  and also look at www.warmbloods-for-sale.com
                  Roseknoll Sporthorses
                  www.roseknoll.net

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                  • #10
                    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.

                    www.spruceglenfarm.com
                    Last edited by railmom; Nov. 5, 2011, 11:15 PM.
                    www.spruceglenfarm.com
                    Like us on facebook!
                    www.facebook.com/spruceglenfarm

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                    • #11
                      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/

                      Kathy Richardson also has wonderful mares and produces fantastic dressage performers. Also incredibly knowledgeable and fun to talk to.
                      http://www.sunnydayshanoverians.com/

                      I know there are others. Just thought I'd add these since they haven't been mentioned here yet.
                      Last edited by RunningwaterWBs; Nov. 5, 2011, 08:36 AM.
                      Kendra -- Runningwater Warmbloods
                      Home of EM Raleska (Rascalino/ Warkant) and Donatella M (Furstenball/ Jazz Time)
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                      • #12
                        Go to the KWPN-NA website and then check out their Breeders listing.....
                        http://kwpn-na.org/resources/breeders.php

                        Couldn't be any easier....
                        Siegi Belz
                        www.stalleuropa.com
                        2007 KWPN-NA Breeder of the Year
                        Dutch Warmbloods Made in the U. S. A.

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                        • #13
                          And don't forget Canada! All german hanoverians ar www.Canadianhanoverians.com

                          My own website is SunnyDaysHanoverians.com

                          Also very good dutch, GOV and Canadian Warmbloods up here.
                          Sunny Days Hanoverians
                          http://www.sunnydayshanoverians.com

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                          • #14
                            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.

                            www.autumnsstables.com
                            Les Écuries d'Automne, Québec, Canada
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                              #15
                              I've already checked the KWPN links. That was the first place I looked. Thanks for all of the suggestions! Please keep them coming!


                              Originally posted by siegi b. View Post
                              Go to the KWPN-NA website and then check out their Breeders listing.....
                              http://kwpn-na.org/resources/breeders.php

                              Couldn't be any easier....
                              www.krausesporthorses.com
                              KWPN Jumper Breeder
                              www.WyngateEquestrian.com
                              SE WI Boarding, Training & Sales

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                              • #16
                                You might check out the MidAtlantic Hanoverian Breeder Club website. It has links to the members websites (including mine, Mo's, High Points, Hilltop, Autumn Hill Farm and many more).

                                www.mahanoverians.com
                                Last edited by Edgewood; Nov. 5, 2011, 08:58 PM.
                                Kris
                                www.edgewoodmeadowfarm.com
                                Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/edgewoodmeadowfarm

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                                • #17
                                  If the tiny guys are allowed...

                                  I'm in Québec and I used to breed Hanoverians, but I switched back to GOV as I am using a Thoroughbred mareline and they are more open to those.

                                  I don't have anything left for sale for 2011; but I have one foal coming in 2012 by Banderas which should make a pretty good jumper. (And no, not based on the stallion only. )

                                  I don't have any more foals or broodmares for 2012 as I have retained two daughters of my mare as future broodmares; one of them will enter the breeding shed in 2013.

                                  Next year will be a slow year focused on upgrading my facilities and showing the two daughters at breeders' shows for experience. If my oldest grows nicely; she might hit bigger shows, but we'll see.

                                  Plus, there's the little matter of getting myself back in the saddle seriously too...

                                  In any event, all the info is at www.equusmagnificus.ca
                                  www.EquusMagnificus.ca
                                  Breeding & Sales
                                  Facebook | YouTube

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                                  • #18
                                    I don't know this breeder personally, but they have a nice website and seem to have very nice horses
                                    http://www.oakwoodhanoverian.com
                                    On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog

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                                    • #19
                                      Merijane Malouin in SoCal has two black First Premium 2011 KWPN colts for sale.

                                      www.malouin.net

                                      Sires are Devon Heir and UB40.

                                      Dams are by Ramiro Z and Sandro Hit.
                                      Last edited by Oakstable; Nov. 5, 2011, 12:51 PM.
                                      www.oakhollowstable.blogspot.com

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                                      • #20
                                        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.

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