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  • KWPN Top Fives are up!

    http://kwpn-na.org/display/files/Top-Fives_web.pdf

  • #2
    Congrats to all!

    Poignant to see Hollywood's name there.

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    • #3
      Question: the weanlings/yearlings that have breeder listed as living in Netherlands were those brought over to NA in utero?

      Congrats to everyone, recognized a few breeders who are on COTH.

      P.
      A Wandering Albertan - NEW Africa travel blog!

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      • #4
        Congrats to all. There are some really top horses this year, and I'm completely psyched to have the SSF suffix appear repeatedly!

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        • #5
          My friends yearling filly won top Hunter!

          Congratulations to all !!!

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          • #6
            Congrats to Darla of Forward Farms!

            4th No. 11 Hierro 840025201200151
            Negro pref x Solana V.S. ster by Flemmingh pref
            Owner /Breeder: Darla D'agay, Forward Farms

            And good luck to the new owner.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Polydor View Post
              Question: the weanlings/yearlings that have breeder listed as living in Netherlands were those brought over to NA in utero?

              P.
              The weanlings must have been but the yearlings could have been brought over after they were weaned last year.

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              • #8
                Thanks horsey1cr! Thrilled with this colt in every way, and we repeated the cross. I found it interesting to note that my Negro colt is the only one in the Top Five without Jazz in the bloodline.
                Congratulations to all the breeders and many thanks to the hosts and everyone behind the KWPN-NA for all the work it takes to put the Keuring Tour together every year.
                www.forwardfarms.com.
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                • #9
                  Thanks to Scot

                  Thanks to Scot Tolman of Shooting Star Farm who recommended that Adessa Keur (x Koss Keur Pref) be bred to Paganini Crown. This breeding produced Hanna-Dessa who was judged First Premium as a Gelders foal then received the "High Score Dressage" ribbon for the young dressage type horses at the inspection in Ontario. Hanna-Dessa is now on the top five list as the North American Champion Gelders foal. Scot really knows how to pick them! Thanks again Scot, I am truly grateful.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Indy-lou View Post
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                    Congratulations to all the breeders and many thanks to the hosts and everyone behind the KWPN-NA for all the work it takes to put the Keuring Tour together every year.
                    Hear ye! Hear ye!
                    Sakura Hill Farm
                    Now on Facebook

                    Young and developing horses for A-circuit jumper and hunter rings.

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                    • #11
                      Congrats to Ashley Seufer and her colt Hero! He is by our stallion Imothep aka Werner H (Indoctro x Calvados x Dominard), KWPN Crown Erkend, Elite BWP, RPSI.
                      Hyperion Stud, LLC.
                      Europe's Finest, Made in America
                      WWW.HYPERIONSTUD.com
                      Standing Elite and Approved Stallions

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                      • #12
                        Congratulations to Six Pound Farm and her wonderful mare Ulottie who had two children in the top five. (Ulottie had relatives in London this summer also so it has been a good year for her 'family". :-))

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                        • #13
                          Thanks Omare, so nice of you to mention me! I am so pleased my horses had a good day and showed themselves well.

                          The mare line was also well represented by Woklahoma W Elite, earning the Champion spot in the Jumper IBOP. She is bred by P H B M Van Wegen and owned by Empire Stables of Ontario.

                          Woklahoma is a direct daughter of Elottie W ster pref Prest. (Grand-Dam of Vindicat W, Olympic Gold winning show jumper - now owned by Jessica Springsteen. Elottie W is also Ulottie's Grand- Dam)

                          Congratulations to all the owners & breeders with Top 5 accomplishments!
                          Tracy Geller
                          www.sixpoundfarm.com
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